April 16, 2001
You check into a nice hotel, get some recommendations from the concierge, and order a little room service. NoÖ itís not a vacation, itís a job. Hotel inspector Darrel Brandon gives us an insider's perspective into what makes a hotel great or less than great...

How you can use those little diamonds?  Ed Perkins, travel writer, talks with Todd about the diamond ratings, what they mean, and how consumers use them. Hotel inspection on today's show...

Human DNA evolves slowly, which helps us live longer, says molecular evolutionist Morris Goodman. Goodman
has been conducting research at Wayne State University in Detroit, and tells Todd about why the slow evolutionary change of humans minimizes our chances for genetic mutation, and helps to increase our brain power.

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