Guests and Topics for Jan. 18
Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Rep. Chris Chocola, R-Ind., first went to Iraq in the months following the fall of Saddam Hussein. He went back to Baghdad for a second time just last week. What are the differences he sees between now and then? We'll ask him.
Plus, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., caused a stir Monday when she made a comment many believe to be racially charged during a Martin Luther King Day event. We'll get a read from a man who knows about race and politics, Ron Christie, author of "Black in the White House."
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Does hitting middle age really mark the beginning of the end? We'll ask Dr. Gene Cohen, author of "The Mature Mind: The Positive Power of the Aging Brain."
Vegetables like kale and broccoli may be helpful in preventing cancer, but can sprinkling on a little curry boost the prevention even higher? We'll get the HealthBeat from FOX News medical contributor, Dr. Manny Alvarez.
Plus, they're the worst of the worst: tyrants who rule with fists of iron and hearts of steel. Parade magazine has ranked the world's 10 worst dictators of 2006. We'll find out who made the list from contributing editor, David Wallechinsky.
Then, can eating certain foods change your life? We'll be joined by Dr. Steven Pratt, author of "Superfoods Healthstyle."
And, if there's a dirty job, Mike Rowe will try it!
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