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July 25th, 2010
09:46 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:20AM Adam Cohen, Lawyer & Contributor to Time.Com, on a new bill in NY state that could allow people to sue over workplace bullying.

6:40AM John Avlon, Contributor to CNN and the Daily Beast, on the Tea Party's growing pains.

7:20AM Jeanne Sahadi, Senior Writer, CNNMoney.com, on the push to allow tax cuts for wealthy Americans to expire – will it help or hurt the economy?

7:40AM John Hofmeister, Founder and CEO Citizens for Affordable Energy & fmr. Shell CEO, on the rampant speculation that BP CEO Tony Hayward will be leaving the company.

8:40AM Melissa Orlov, ADHD Researcher, on how attention disorders can take a toll on marriages.

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soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. Betsy Davenport, PhD

    I also think it is important to clarify mistakes others make about us. Like, if someone calls you a researcher and you are a PR person, it is proper – and your responsibility – to correct the mistake.

    July 27, 2010 at 2:09 am |
  2. Sarah H.

    Melissa Orlov, ADHD Researcher?????

    Is CNN now no better than what....the local shopping rag?

    Melissa Orlov is the marketing minion of a psychiatrist who has ADHD, and she's marketing herself as an expert. Nuff said.

    CNN not only buys that but calls her a RESEARCHER!!!

    What's worse, Orlov doesn't bother to correct the error and instead fields questions about research!!!

    No wonder CNN is losing out to Faux News - they're probably doing a better job than you on the "facts."

    July 27, 2010 at 1:46 am |
  3. Melissa Orlov

    Researchers are studying the structure of ADHD vs. non-ADHD brains using fMRI technology and have seen interesting differences – including later development of the frontal lobes.

    I agree completely that understanding disorders – and loving each other in a way that takes those disorders into account – can bring a family closer together – it has my own, too. But living with undiagnosed ADHD often tears families apart because they don't understand what's happening. That's why it's so important to get a diagnosis and good, full treatment.

    July 26, 2010 at 12:03 pm |
  4. Mike Stouffer

    Question for Melissa Orlov – Is more being learned through CAT and MRI research on disorders? Disorders can also bring a family closer as well. It has ours.

    July 26, 2010 at 8:22 am |