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A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.
Each week, KHN compiles a selection of recently released health policy studies and briefs.
News outlets report on health issues from California, Alabama, Texas, Indiana, North Carolina, Maryland, D.C., Ohio, Kansas and Florida.
Also in Minnesota, the legislature has stepped up funding for a number of mental health programs.
The often poor outcomes raise questions about who should be a candidate for such care and what their families should be told. Meanwhile, researchers are using video games to target issues ranging from cancer to teen pregnancy and electronic health records become a prime target for hackers.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a team looking into how the military shipped the spores to more than a dozen labs around the country. Meanwhile, USA Today reports that many of the country's high containment biological research labs are secretive about what they are doing.
The Federal Trade Commission alleged Cephalon paid four competitors to delay marketing generic versions of its money-making sleeping pill, Provigil. The settlement is a victory in the federal government's efforts against a drug industry practice known as "pay-for-delay."