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Job Files: Exotic pet hospital

May 12, 2006
This installment of The Job Files visits an unusual animal hospital in New York City.

Who should get the vaccines?

May 11, 2006
If a bird flu pandemic hits, the vaccine is almost certain to be in short supply — and there's debate about who should get it. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health, Science, Washington

Baby TV is here

May 11, 2006
A new TV channel promises 24-hour entertainment... for babies. The channel hopes to reach one of the last untouched TV markets, but some researchers are worried about the impact on child development. Cheryl Glaser reports.
Posted In: Health

When the only thing left to say is 'I'm sorry'

May 10, 2006
A public apology is something of a ritual when companies are caught misbehaving. Paul Slansky tells host Kai Ryssdal about some of those apologies from the book he co-wrote called "My Bad."

Senate debates small-business health insurance

May 9, 2006
Senate Republicans are trying to change the nation's health insurance system to encourage small businesses to offer coverage. But Democrats are worried the bill may reduce coverage for millions who are already insured. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health, Washington

WB makes BitTorrent deal for movie downloads

May 9, 2006
Warner Bros. will become the first major studio to distribute its films and TV shows over the Internet using peer-to-peer technology developed by BitTorrent. Until now, the program has been a popular tool for trading pirated files. Janet Babin reports.
Posted In: Science

At E3, what's new is old

May 9, 2006
When the new games roll out at E3 this week, many will remind hardcore gamers of one very successful older game: Grand Theft Auto. It was based on the movie Scarface, which itself is being made into a game. Ethan Lindsey reports.
Posted In: Science

It's just a (bird flu) movie

May 9, 2006
ABC premiers a frightening vision of a bird flu pandemic tonight. In response, the poultry lobby has launched an ad campaign to remind viewers it's just a movie. Tess Vigeland reports.

TiVo ads on demand

May 9, 2006
The latest gimmick from the provider of digital video recording services is to offer viewers advertising on demand. Say what? Cheryl Glaser reports.

Seniors, sign up or pay more

May 9, 2006
President Bush is spearheading the government's push to enroll seniors in Medicare Part D, the drug benefit, before the May 15 deadline. Folks who don't sign up by Monday will have to pay more. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health, Washington

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