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3:00pm

Tue March 8, 2011
Shots - Health Blog

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Faulty Insulin Cartridges

Watch out for leaky insulin cartridges, if you or someone you love uses an Animas insulin pump.

Animas, a unit of Johnson & Johnson, sent a letter to customers late last month that said some of its 2.0 mL cartridges might leak. I didn't notice that until today, when Bloomberg reported the action.

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2:30pm

Tue March 8, 2011
World Cafe

The David Wax Museum On World Cafe

A band that joyfully celebrates and preserves the heart of Americana music, David Wax Museum has quickly warmed the ears of thousands. David Wax and Suz Slezak bridges Mexican folk with country, Americana and rock. The release of their sophomore album, Carpenter Bird (2009), placed the group on everyone's radar, and with good reason.

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1:10pm

Tue March 8, 2011
The Two-Way

Rule On Tarmac Delays Is Working Well, Transportation Secretary Says

This winter, many airports have been hit hard by blizzards and ice storms. But unlike previous winters, no horrifying news stories have emerged about stranded airline passengers. Passengers have not been complaining about sitting amid overflowing toilets for 10 hours on a snowy tarmac.

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12:53pm

Tue March 8, 2011
Shots - Health Blog

For A Price, The Doctor Will See You Anytime

If people could get in to see their primary care doctor for urgent problems when they needed to and could work with that doctor to manage their chronic health problems, just about everyone agrees we could save a lot of money on emergency department visits and hospitalizations, among other things.

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12:45pm

Tue March 8, 2011
The Two-Way

Hearing On 'Muslim Radicalization' Is Needed, Islamic Forum Founder Says

Tell Me More today continues its conversations about Thursday's hearing before the House Homeland Security Committee on what Chairman Peter King (R-NY) warns is the threat from a radicalization of Muslims in the U.S.

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