On TV: Asthma; Women And Retirement

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From April:

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Many Americans who suffer from asthma don't even know they have it. So, this spring, the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology is offering free asthma screening tests all over the country. To find one near you, click here. On Thursday, The Early Show medical correspondent Dr. Emily Senay

why you need to be aware of the potentially dangerous breathing disorder.

Retirement is just around the corner for the first wave of baby boomers. Yet, a surprising 62 percent of the women in the United States don't have a long-term spending plan for when they retire, according to the AARP. On The Early Show Thursday, Dawn Sweeney, president of AARP Services, had advice to help women plan for the future. For a wealth of AARP resources to help men and women with their financial planning, click here.

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

American troops in Iraq are getting some pure Southern comfort, the musical sounds of country star Charlie Daniels. "I can't carry a gun, I can't fight, but I can darn sure carry a guitar and pick. So that's why I'm here," he told The Early Show weatherman and features reporter Dave Price this morning. Price has been on the road, entertaining troops for the past week. To see his interview with Daniels and some of the troops in Baghdad,


Thursday, April 13, 2006

You haven't done anything wrong yet. But the day is young and there's plenty of time for you to make some faux pas, some inadvertently boorish comment, some slip of foot or tongue. How to undo it? Apologize, of course. But how? Apologies come in all shapes and sizes, from e-mails to hand-written notes. And as CBS News correspondent Joie Chen reported for The Early Show, in some schools, the art of apology is part of the curriculum, thanks to a nationwide program called "responsive classroom."

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