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Who Needs Sleep?

Jul 4, 2006
Lisa Napoli takes a look at one of the biggest occupational hazards in the film industry: lack of sleep.

Hybrid burgers

Jul 4, 2006
Looking for the taste and chew of hamburger without the fat? Rachel Dornhelm samples a new grill option that's as much soy as it is beef.
Posted In: Health

Day in the Work Life: Rocket man

Jun 30, 2006
On this week's A Day in the Work Life, our look at how folks trade their time for money, we look forward to the Fourth of July holiday -- and pledge allegiance to a fireworks operator.

Wedding rings: 'Til debt do us part

Jun 30, 2006
Cake... dress... tux... catering... after dropping thousands of dollars on a wedding, there's still one important expense left: the rings. How much do couples typically spend -- and can they get away with less? Sean Cole prices out the wedding ring market.

Vacation deprivation

Jun 30, 2006
Many Americans are taking fewer vacation days each year... often by choice. Why? And at what cost to their sanity? Sam Eaton reports.

Big pharma's unorthodox strategy

Jun 30, 2006
As more pharmaceutical companies lose patents on blockbuster drugs, they're undercutting the price of their own products to stay competitive. Amy Scott explains.
Posted In: Health

Love is grand . . . for the economy

Jun 29, 2006
Commentator Michelle Philippe says marketers should rethink their ad campaign and stop targeting singles. It's couples who are spending money.

NBA draft talk

Jun 29, 2006
The NBA held its annual draft last night. For the first time in years, it excluded high school students, and some sports critics described the draft as more of swap meet. Host Tess Vigeland talks to sports analyst Diana Nyad.
Posted In: Sports

Don't mess with Medicare

Jun 29, 2006
Tenet Health Care has been reeling for almost four years now from allegations it scammed the Medicare system out of huge payments. Today, the company announced it's settling them for $900 million. Helen Palmer has the story.
Posted In: Health

Silicone implants return?

Jun 29, 2006
The Food and Drug Administration is said to be close to lifting the 14-year ban on silicone breast implants. Cosmetic surgeons — and some of their patients — can hardly wait. Helen Palmer reports.
Posted In: Health

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