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The First Five Years
4:50 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

The First Five Years: Communication

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The First Five Years on "Communication."

From the day they're born, children communicate in many ways. For example, crying can mean  boredom, hunger or pain depending on the pitch and volume. The national nonprofit Zero to Three has some tips to help parents encourage language development in babies.

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Programs
3:30 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

"Maryland Line"

Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. July 8, 1-2 p.m.
1:51 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Overwhelmed

Brigid Schulte, a mother of two and reporter at The Washington Post, talks about time management and juggling life's competing agendas. Original air date 6/26/14

Production help from Midday intern Brian Gilbert

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. July 8, 12-1 p.m.
1:47 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Redeployment

In a collection of short stories, Dartmouth College graduate and Iraq War veteran Phil Klay describes the tedium, bloodshed and chaos experienced by Marines during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Original air date 6/10/14

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. July 7, 1-2 p.m.
12:55 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Midday on Health with Dr. John Cmar

Experts warn antibiotic-resistant bacteria could soon become a major public health problem.

The World Health Organization recently reported that antibiotic-resistant bacteria is “a problem so serious that it threatens the achievements of modern medicine.” A look at the origins of this problem and what it could mean for global public health with Midday contributor Dr. John Cmar, infectious diseases specialist at Sinai Hospital and the head of the hospital's Antibiotic Stewardship Committee. Original air date 6/2/14

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Mon. July 7, 12-1 p.m.
12:51 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Alzheimer's Disease

As the baby boomer generation ages, more Americans will have to deal with the effects of Alzheimer's Disease.

With baby boomers entering their golden years, it's projected that the number of people in the United States with Alzheimer's disease will almost triple by 2050. Dr. Constantine Lyketsos, director of the Johns Hopkins Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center, provides the latest in Alzheimer's research, treatment and care.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Fri. July 4, 1-2 p.m.
12:47 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Midday Eats with Hong & Shields: Eggs

According to food writer Michael Ruhlman, the egg is one of the most versatile ingredients in cooking and baking.
Credit Courtesy of ruhlman.com

Food writer Michael Ruhlman calls the egg "the Rosetta stone" of the kitchen: "Learn the language of the egg -- understand completely this amazing and beautiful oblong orb -- and you can enter new realms of cooking." Ruhlman is the author of "Egg: A Culinary Exploration of the World's Most Versatile Ingredient." Original air date 6/6/14

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Fri. July 4, 12-1 p.m.
12:43 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Midday Eats with Hong & Shields: DIY Catering

If you’re a foodie -- someone who enjoys cooking, ever-eager to learn more about it -- you might at some point consider putting on a party for 30 or more people: Celebrating a milestone birthday, or a graduation, or perhaps, as a wedding gift to friends, you volunteer to handle their reception. It’s not that far-fetched; people have done it. Today, how to do it -- how to plan out a party, and what dishes to consider cooking for a crowd.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. July 3, 1-2 p.m.
12:38 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president of the United States.

Historian Richard Striner takes us back to the summer of 1914, the outbreak of a world war and an American president, Woodrow Wilson, who believed he could stop it or at least keep the U.S. out of it.

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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Thurs. July 3, 12-1 p.m.
12:35 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Inside the Brain

Science writer Sam Kean tells how some of the strangest brain injuries in history led to some of the greatest discoveries about how it works. He is the author of "The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons: The History of the Human Brain As Revealed by True Stories of Trauma, Madness and Recovery."

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