Wednesday, Jul 12 12 p.m. (ET)

HIV, Public Health and Privacy

When it comes to HIV, how do you balance patient privacy with a researcher's need for data? It's an evolving debate as many cities and states -- including Maryland and D.C. -- gather more personal information on people with HIV. We look...

Wednesday, Jul 12 1 p.m. (ET)

India Bombing Update

Residents of Mumbai went back to work today in the wake of yesterday's devastating commuter train bombings. Meanwhile, investigators continue to probe who may have been responsible for the bombings. Join Kojo for an update on the worst...

Wednesday, Jul 12 1:25 p.m. (ET)

Ginseng: The Restorative, Reclusive Root

Most people think of Ginseng as the Chinese herb you find in the tea aisle at the health food store. But this shriveled, rare root has a deep history in U.S. forests, and its valuable properties have led it from the humble woods of...

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