Tess Vigeland talks with Standard and Poor economist David Wyss about last month's unemployment numbers. The Bush administration is touting the strength of the economy, but Wyss says that the numbers don't tell the whole truth.
Glaxo Smith Kline asked European healthcare regulators to okay a plan to market a vaccine that could stop the spread of bird flu. From the Health Desk at WGBH, Helen Palmer reports that the vaccine is still in development.
One survey last year calculated the annual cost of sick days at more than $600 per employee. New research suggests it's probably higher. Work and Family correspondent Sarah Gardner reports that the financial side-effects go beyond the obvious.
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