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What Women Want
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When it comes to buying power, women are a real force in the American economy. Well have a fascinating look at what researchers found when it comes to what women want. Then - after the violence of war, returning soldiers can have a tough time getting back into everyday activity. Well talk with an expert about how recent vets can heal and get on with life. Plus some simple lifestyle changes that can help your brain stay sharp.
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The Greatest Concerns of American Women
Grant Schneider is Chief Marketing Officer for Time Inc. Womens Group, and author of She Means Business. He discusses the results of a very large series of studies examining the greatest concerns of American women. The top concern for most women was financial security. He also discusses the increasing level of education among todays women, and the challenges they face in balancing careers and family.
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Among Our Vets
Edward Tick, PhD, psychotherapist, author of War and the Soul, talks about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and how it may affect many veterans returning from the war in Iraq. He discusses stresses encountered in combat that result in PTSD, how to recognize its symptoms, and what veterans and their families can do to get treatment.
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Preventing Alzheimers Disease
Dr. Carl Cotman, Director of the Institute for Brain Aging and Dementia explains the results of new research into brain health for seniors. The study found that eating almonds, engaging in exercise and participating in brain-stimulating activities can keep aging brain cells in shape. This may delay or prevent Alzheimers disease.
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