Today Show March 14 2013 Recap
The Today Show March 14 2013 met a young girl who only a few months ago would have died if she ate a number of different foods but has since been desensitized to her allergies through oral immunotherapy. The Today Show also talked with Gerard Butler about his new movie, the Today Show Professionals gave their thoughts about knives being allowed on planes and the first part of a two part segment about coffee aired today.
Today Show: Knives Allowed on Planes & Mother Shames Thieving Child
The Today Show Professionals went over some topics from the past week’s news. They gave their thoughts about knives being allowed back on planes, a mother shaming her child at school and a woman who was ticketed for driving too slowly.
Today Show: Starbucks Coffee Has Most Caffeine & Coffee is Hydrating
The Today Show looked at how big the coffee industry has become, found out darker roasts actually have less caffeine and that drinking coffee can be a good way to stay hydrated.
Today Show: IndyCar Driver With Diabetes & Bacon-Mac & Cheese Pie
To celebrate Pi Day the Today Show tried some delicious pies, and they talked with IndyCar drivers Dario Franchitti and Charlie Kimball about a sport many people know little about.
Today Show: Gerard Butler Olympus Has Fallen Review & New to Twitter
Gerard Butler stopped by the Today Show to talk about his new movie Olympus Has Fallen, how he learned to speak with an American accent so clearly and he talked about how he enjoys using Twitter.
Today Show: 1st Child Desensitized to Allergy with Oral Immunotherapy
The Today Show talked with Tessa Grosso about being the first person in the world to be desensitized to more than one allergen at a time all by using oral immunotherapy.