ALSO NOTED: Diabetes rising among youth; $100M treatment initiative launched by MA autism group; and much more...

> Though white children account for most of the new cases, rates of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are rising in U.S. children of all ethnicities. Article

> A Massachusetts-based autism center has signed a 10-year, $100 million deal which will bring new autism treatment and research to the United Arab Emirates. Article

> Clinic operator Intrepid Holdings plans to begin opening free-standing "My Care Clinic" locations in Philadelphia. The clinics are serving similar conditions as those emerging in retail settings, and are staffed by nurse practitioners, but won't be placed in retail outlets. Article

> Are health IT hiring managers choosing cheap recent college grads over seasoned pros too often? FierceHealthIT

> The AMA has developed a set of proposed guidelines for physicians intended to make sure physicians maintain tight security on their EMR systems. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  Before you bill for filling 52 cavities, you might want to remember that a single patient only has 32 teeth. Article

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