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The Bush Tax Cuts.

What's going to happen if Congress allows them to expire?

"Well - I think your listening audience can most certainly expect an increase in their taxes and more importantly they will unfortunately find that their dollar no longer has the buying power that it presently has - which is a very sad commentary."

That was Federal Tax Practitioner and NYC Businessman David Selig - on this morning with affiliate WHBC in Canton Ohio.

The tax cuts - enacted in 2001 and 2003 will expire at the end of this year.

Buzzing right along...

Too much TV - is it bad for children?

Not just for their eyes - but for their psychological health, too.

Those are the findings in a recent study - conducted by researchers at the University of Bristol.

What do the experts recommend to help the psychological health of youngsters?

"I'm recommending more reality for kids - the real exercises instead of just watching it through your brain - on the screen."

That was Clinical Psychologist Dr. Virginia Klein speaking with Ed and Amy at KFBK in Sacramento, CA.

In the study - youngsters who spend 2 or more hours each day in front of the TV or video games - are more likely to suffer from problems like relating to peers, emotional issues, hyperactivity, or conduct challenges than those who don't.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.