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March 1, 2012

In this episode, Tonia Caruso introduces viewers to Lillie Leonardi, a former F.B.I. employee whose life was changed forever by her work at the Flight 93 crash site in Shanksville. The events prompted her to write a book to help not only herself, but others, heal. Michael Bartley visits Pittsburgh's Children's Hospital to learn why doctors there are treating not only children, but adults for congential heart defects. And viewers learn about a program that teaches children how to learn by designing their own video games.


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In this episode, Tonia Caruso introduces viewers to Lillie Leonardi, a former F.B.I. employee whose life was changed forever by her work at the Flight 93 crash site in Shanksville. The events prompted her to write a book to help not only herself, but others, heal. Michael Bartley visits Pittsburgh's Children's Hospital to learn why doctors there are treating not only children, but adults for congential heart defects. And viewers learn about a program that teaches children how to learn by designing their own video games.


Related Links

Lillie Leonardi

Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center

National Stem Video Game Challenge

Flight 93 National Memorial

 


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