ALSO NOTED: Boston hospital faces $30M investment; Vaccine could someday halt Type 1 diabetes; and much more...

> It's no fun being this deep in the hole. To get back into fighting shape, Boston's Carney Hospital will have to invest $30 million in facilities upgrades. FierceHealthFinance

> A vaccine designed to block or reverse type 1 diabetes has gone into human studies. FierceVaccines

> A group of Seattle-area hospitals have vowed to change their food to make it healthier, focusing not only on improved nutritional choices, but also community and environmentally-conscious ones. Article

> Texas Woman's University has gotten a $2.25 million gift designed to help it build its pending T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center. Article

And Finally...  OK, I'll admit it, it sounds intriguing. Still, what's the point of skiing if you can't see the sky?  Article

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