Blogs, Facebook, Twitter or just general conversation - the hot topic is the new mammogram recommendations announced earlier this week. According to a new task force report, most women should start mammograms at age 50 rather than 40 as previously recommended. Some women are outraged and others are just plain confused.
This morning at 9 ET in the CNN Newsroom, we will devote a half-hour to health care and speak live with a doctor who will answer your questions as we try to get to the bottom of this mammogram controversy. If you have a question you'd like the doctor to address, you can post it here.
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Oprah Winfrey is announcing she'll end her widely popular television show in 2011. She's been part of our lives for 25 years. So we want to know, what's your favorite Oprah moment?
Leave us a comment. We’ll share some of them on air in the CNN Newsroom, 11am – 1pm ET.
The University of California Board of Regents has approved a 32 percent increase for students attending the state's premier public schools.
The move prompted a protest by hundreds of students at two of the University's campuses. Dozens were arrested at UC-Davis.
But students in California aren't the only ones feeling the pain of rising college costs.
Are you or someone you know affected by increasing tuition fees?
Post your comments here, and Don will read some of them in the Newsroom, from 9-11am ET.