Global Warming News/Diet And Blood Pressure

GUESTS: James Hansen Director NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies New York, New York Ross Gelbspan Author, The Heat is On (Addison Wesley) Brookline, Massachusetts David McCarron Professor, Medicine Head, Division of Nephrology Oregon Health Sciences University Portland, Oregon Theodore Kotchen Chairman, Department of Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin Critics have pointed to the cooling of the lower atmosphere as evidence against global warming. But a new analysis finds that when a previously-unnoticed glitch in the temperature measurements is corrected, there isn't cooling at all. In this hour, we'll take a look at the latest global warming news. Plus, is salt really the culprit in hypertension?

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