Whenever disaster strikes -- like the earthquake in China or the cyclone in Myanmar -- aid workers head to the scene and are lauded for their long hours and unstinting devotion. For more than a decade, Nathaniel Raymond lived that life. But he didn't realize the high personal cost of doing aid work non-stop. Now he's trying to deal with the down side of doing good.
Nathaniel talks to Dick Gordon about what the work was like, and why he decided to take a desk job.
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Tough Job: Judging Water
Anne Johnson is an internationally-recognized water taster. As a child, she drew water from a n Appalachian spring and can still remember the sound, taste and smell of it. She talks with Dick about how that childhood experience helps her judge the best waters on the market today.