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Science Friday plans to feature a segment on BT and Heart Disease today (Show is 2-4 PM Eastern time in the US, not sure when this segment will occur in those two hours). I expect the story to be fairly short and at least a fair portion of it devoted to a scientist whose research indicate that there is no link.


Once the program has aired the segment should be available online at:

http://sciencefriday.com/segment/08/17/2012/some-docs-doubt-blood-type-heart-disease-link.html


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Eric's response to the study on which the NPR story is based on:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgHyBYenBso&feature=player_embedded


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Science Friday Web site now indicates that the blood type story should be the lead story in hour one of the program.


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Wow.. Eric.. I love it!!!

How can we make a difference ? how to work towards the 'gift' of getting the word out?


C-sharp ...Can you please share any link so we can send info or the video? before during and after??


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wait... what is it.?.   I clicked on the video and at the end it went to boxes of many others.. Is Eric putting up all those videos?? or are they linked by Utube?  I am not computer savy.. I need guidance to get what others have long grasped ...  

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I clicked on it but it has no sound.. love it in its simplicity..  

Does it work to up the rating if we click on the links more often?  

seems they also advertize other diet aids in those boxes.. I guess that is how this works? ..



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The linked video should start with comments by Dr. D'Adamo.

The other videos linked on the side and afterwords are just videos that you tube thinks you might want to view based on the video you are currently watching or have just viewed.

Only the video's that indicate they are from "Battle For Health" were created by Eric.


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Wow.. Eric.. I love it!!!

How can we make a difference ? how to work towards the 'gift' of getting the word out?


C-sharp ...Can you please share any link so we can send info or the video? before during and after??


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Once the program has aired the segment should be available online at:

http://sciencefriday.com/segment/08/17/2012/some-docs-doubt-blood-type-heart-disease-link.html


Before the program information about the story is also at the above link.

The program will be aired on many, but not all NPR affiliates.

It will also be available live online at:

http://sciencefriday.com/

On the East coast it will start shortly after 2PM.

It is a call in program, but not all segments have time for calls.


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Fair and balanced reporting???     Are you kidding me???  Why didn't they ask the author(s) of the study to comment???

Thanks for sharing the links, C Sharp!


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