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1-7-13: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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Since Facebook announced a new tool that allows users to announce their status as organ donors, there has been a spike in numbers of organ donors. We talk with transplant surgeon Andrew Cameron about this new trend.
Every year millions of Americans take part in the time-honored tradition of crafting a New Year's resolution, but only a small percentage of resolvers actually succeed in accomplishing their goal. What separates the successful resolvers from the unsuccessful resolvers? Sheilah speaks to Dr. John C. Norcross, a leading authority on behavior change who has studied New Year's resolutions for 30 years.
Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck brings us her review of "Mixed Doubles: An Entertainment on Marriage" at the Performance Workshop Theatre in Baltimore.
Sister Maura Eichner taught Creative Writing and Literature at Notre Dame of Maryland for 50 years before she died in 2009. She also wrote hundreds of poems, many of which have been collected in a book called After Silence. Tom Hall talks with an editor of the book and one of Sister Maura's former students.