All Things Considered for January 25, 2013
Jan 25, 2013 — Painkillers containing the drug hydrocodone have provided relief to many in pain. But a panel recommended the federal government place restrictions on access to the drugs to lessen the odds of addiction.
Jan 25, 2013 — Military suicides hit a record high in 2012, and the Army has been the hardest-hit branch. Its prevention efforts have included everything from a buddy system to 24-hour hotlines. Now, the Army is deploying psychiatrists and counselors to the places where soldiers live and work.
Jan 25, 2013 — The popular and prize-winning play Doubt has already been transformed into an award-winning film. Now, the Minnesota Opera is premiering an operatic version of the tricky morality play. Doubt's playwright describes the new project as the "fullest telling" of his work.
Jan 25, 2013 — Health insurers are now required to pay for breast pumps. What will that mean for health care costs?
Jan 25, 2013 — This year marks the 50th anniversary of the bombing of the Baptist church in Birmingham, Ala. Set by white supremacists, the blast killed four girls and shocked the nation. But there was also a fifth victim who survived the attack. Often forgotten, she's now seeking recognition.
Jan 25, 2013 — For two decades, Italian musicologist Francesco Lotoro has searched for and resurrected works of music written in World War II concentration, labor and POW camps. He wants to fill the hole the Holocaust left in Europe's musical history and document the triumph of creativity over brutality.