August 23, 2001

Actress Eartha Kitt joins Todd to talk about her singing and acting career, and what it was like working her way up in show business. She talks about her early acting roles, and using her talents for television and stage. She talks about her motivations, and staying healthy. Her new book is "Rejuvenate! It's Never Too Late".

New research indicates that the best therapist might be a computer. Public health professor Vic Strecher talks with Todd about e-therapy, and why people are more honest about their negative health habits when answering questions on a computer than when talking with a counselor. Strecher is at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.