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Nationwide Children's Hospital plans to develop a care center dedicated to mental health and wellness for children, adolescents and teens. We'll look at how design and architecture play a key role in the development of these types of facilities. Also new studies give a clue as to what causes that sudden weight gain during menopause. 

Menopause is a mystery to evolutionary biologists, but new insights could come from a long-term study of killer whales.

In these whales, the explanation may lie in a combination of conflict and cooperation between older and younger females, according to a report published Thursday in the journal Current Biology.

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While only one out of every hundred people are said to have celiac disease, around 25-30 percent of Americans are buying gluten free food. This hour, we'll discuss the health affects associated with a gluten free life. Also, what women can expect during menopause and what the new nutrition fact label approved by the FDA means for consumers.    


Warm weather puts us all in the mood for outdoor dining-- and this includes ticks. Lyme Disease was once quite rare in Ohio, but the tick population has exploded recently. We'll find out why, and why Lyme can be so hard to treat. We'll also hear from a heart surgeon whose daughter fell victim to anorexia, and get an evolutionary explanation of menopause.


10:00 The topic of menopause has inspired an entire show by one distinguished singing group, the Four Bitchin' Babes. But not every woman --  some 35 to 40 million women are in, going into or just getting out of menopause -- suffers the same fate. On this hour of "All Sides," we're talking about menopause and how it affects women all over the world. Guests