Tell Me More for Monday, February 10, 2014

The latest jobs report showed that the economy added 113,000 jobs in January. Wages have pretty much stayed stagnant, while worker productivity is higher than ever. Host Michel Martin talks about how workers feel about increased productivity, and what it means for the long-term unemployed with NPR Senior Business Editor Marilyn Geewax.
The first Surgeon General's report on the dangers of smoking came out just over 50 years ago. Now a group of former Surgeon Generals are finding new ways to prevent smoking. Host Michel Martin speaks with two of them: Dr. Regina Benjamin and Dr. Antonia Novello.

The Truth About Miscarriage: Being In 'Gestational Limbo'

Host Michel Martin speaks with Sarah Shemkus about the myths and secrecy around miscarriages. Shemkus recently shared her personal story in a Slate article titled "Losing the Baby: My Week of Gestational Limbo."
Maria Rita may be the daughter of Ellis Regina, one of Brazil's greatest singers, but she's also a star in her own right. Host Michel Martin speaks to Rita about finding her own voice in the music world.
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