Monday: Sarah Palin on Oprah
If you missed Sarah Palin launching her book tour on Oprah, you've certainly heard about it. Her new book, ‘Going Rogue,’ is the number one best seller.
Tuesday: When to mammogram
A new report sparked confusion and controversy over when and how often to get a mammogram, recommending age 50 for regular screening, not 40. But Health and Human Services asked people to stay the course and urged earlier screenings. The CDC says 41,000 women and 375 men die from breast cancer each year.
Wednesday: Obama visits Great Wall
President Obama wrapped his meetings in China on trade, currency, climate and security, with a visit to the Great Wall, before heading to South Korea and then home.
Thursday: More Oprah
Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey says she’ll announce Friday that she’ll end her show in 2011 to focus on her new cable network, OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network, which launches next year. Will those 7 million viewers move with her?
Friday: Changes in screenings for cervical cancer
New guidelines recommend starting screening at age 21, regardless of sexual activity, and get the test every two years and less frequently into their 30s if there's no history of cancer or abnormal pap smears. The report says incidence of cervical cancer is very low in teenagers. Read more.