The Strasburg debate; The work-free vacation; Child safety

August 23, 2012 - 02:23 PM
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Today on NewsTalk, Dr. Scott Edwards, a surgeon at the Georgetown University Medical Center, talked about the Washington Nationals insistence that pitcher Stephen Strasburg be shut down when he reaches 160 innings, to avoid damaging his surgically-repaired throwing arm.

Do you work while you’re on vacation? Do you leave vacation time on the table? You’re not alone. Workplace expert Mary Abbajay talked about the importance of using the time off you’ve earned – and unplugging once you do.

And, in our last segments, we talked with Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy about child safety issues.

Watch the rest of today's show after the jump.

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