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Shots - Health News

With Help, Teens Can Manage Epilepsy

Though epilepsy is a serious condition, it can be managed. Parents of teens with epilepsy share tips for helping their children lead full, independent lives.

With Help, Teens Can Manage Epilepsy

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Can I Just Tell You?

Lessons From Michel Martin's Bad Break

After a recent injury, the Tell Me More host discusses the courage of people who have endured physical and emotional pain without help or acknowledgment.

Lessons From Michel Martin's Bad Break

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Friday

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Thursday

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Your Money

On Black Friday, How To Shop But Not Drop

Americans spend more money shopping than the other 47 weeks of the year combined. It all starts on Black Friday. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with consumer credit expert John Ulzheimer about how to shop for the holidays and avoid the financial hangover.

On Black Friday, How To Shop But Not Drop

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The Salt

Oyster Ice Cream: A Thanksgiving Tradition Mark Twain Could Get Behind

Oyster ice cream may be more traditional fare than many of the dishes we serve for Thanksgiving, says chef José Andrés. He's showcasing American food history in his collaboration with the National Archives. But modern diners can appreciate this briny treat, too.

Oyster Ice Cream: A Thanksgiving Tradition Mark Twain Could Get Behind

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Tuesday

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Food

A Sweet, Southern Thanksgiving Treat From B. Smith

Before Barbara Smith graced the packages of Pillsbury and Betty Crocker products, she was a fashion model on magazine covers. At her famed Washington, D.C.-based restaurant, she discusses her career and shares her signature bourbon bread pudding.

A Sweet, Southern Thanksgiving Treat From B. Smith

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Law

Using Donated Sperm: What Does The Law Say?

Tell Me More guest host Tony Cox continues the discussion on regulating reproductive services. He explores the legal side of the reproductive medical industry with Naomi Cahn, author of Test Tube Families: Why the Fertility Market Needs Legal Regulation.

Using Donated Sperm: What Does The Law Say?

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Studio Sessions

The Return Of Garland Jeffreys

Garland Jeffreys leapt onto the music scene in the 1960s, and since then has mastered rock, reggae and blues to create his unique sound. He speaks with host Michel Martin about his remarkable life and new album, The King of In Between.

The Return Of Garland Jeffreys

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