SHOW #58 (May 10, 2015)
YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS ARE AT RISK.
Also: Dealing with debt collectors, and learn how your dog sees the world with the creator of Dognition.
 

         
           
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 Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show.

NBC News: Healthcare industry still not prepared to protect patient medical records from criminal attacks, report concludes.



Debt collectors calling? You're not alone. Dealing with collectors can be frustrating, stressful and sometimes scary. But you have rights - and if you know them, you can make smart decisions about how to proceed.

Debt Collection Answers, written by two longtime consumer educators, is designed to help you understand your rights and avoid costly mistakes. The eBook is now available for free.

 


Dognition: See the World Through Your Best Friend's Eyes

Is your dog a genius? premieres Friday, May 15 at 10pm PT/ET on Nat Geo WILD as part of Barkfest Weekend.

Dog scientist Dr. Brian Hare uses his groundbreaking research to help dog owners better understand their canine companions.

He introduces at-home games that assess both dog and human, and he
presents extraordinary dogs with remarkable problem solving abilities. The interactive series will help dog owners everywhere unlock their dog's true potential. Click here to watch previews of the show.


TODAY: We're Dropping Big Bucks on Mom this Mother's Day


 

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