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3-16-12: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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Fake prescription drugs are an easy way to make money on the black market. We'll ask Dr. Frank Palumbo of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy how counterfeits affect medical markets…and our health.
Then, the latest social network to ping the zeitgeist and draw millions of users is: Pinterest. It’s is igniting discussions not just about technology, but also about gender. Our monthly social media analysts Nathan Jurgenson and P.J. Rey tell us why.
Plus, Mark Hyman on his new book about the high financial cost families pay for youth sports.
And Tom Hall remembers Alice Steinbach, who passed away this week. She was a Pulitzer Prize winner, a lover of books, and a frequent Maryland Morning contributor.