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March 2002: Related Show Links

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Here are related links for March. Check back regularly for updated links and additional show-related information.

Wednesday, March 27, 2002:

In what some experts have characterized as a 1 in 11-million chance, a mother in Sacramento, Calif., gave birth March 25 to four identical quadruplets, without being induced with fertility drugs. The four babies and their mother, Ornsee Khamsa, are in perfect health. If you would like to contribute to the Khamsa family, a bank account has been set up. Here is the information:
Ornsee Khamsa
Wells Fargo Bank
Account #: 1007304924
Account manager: Gina Karicas
(916) 440-4633

Friday, March 15, 2002:

Irish Coffee Recipe

Heat Glass with Hot Water
1oz Whiskey
1 Teaspoon of Brown sugar
Add 6 oz boiling coffee and stir until sugar has dissolved
Top off with 2 oz of whipped cream.

And visit CBSNews.com's St. Patrick's coverage.

Wednesday, March 13, 2002:

Post-partum Depression

Some say the guilty verdict in the Yates trial is unsympathetic to the plight of women who suffer from post-partum depression. The Early Show invites Dr. Shari Lusskin, a reproductive psychiatrist who specializes in treating post-partum depression. As well as Marcy Levine and Eileen Terrizzi, they are former sufferers of this disease. For more information, visit the American Psychological Association.

Tuesday, March 12, 2002

Missing Girls

A small town outside of Portland, Ore. has been on edge ever since 13-year-old Miranda Gaddis disappeared on her way to school. On the surface it looks like a typical missing persons' case, but Miranda is the second girl reported missing in as many months. Her friend and classmate, Ashley Pond, disappeared Jan. 9. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Miranda Gaddis or Ashley Pond, please call the national center for missing and exploited children, 1-800-the-lost. and visit missingkids.com.