ALSO NOTED: Google testing medical data storage; Jarvik defends pulled Lipitor ads; and much more...

> Google has officially begun storing medical information on individual patients, working in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic. Right now it's a pilot project, but Google intends to roll out the service to the public shortly. FierceHealthIT

> Pfizer has officially pulled the Lipitor commercials which starred artificial-heart inventor Dr. Robert Jarvik, responding to a blast of criticism that he wasn't a credible spokesman for the drug. Jarvik, of course, is defending his credibility. Blog

> A CDC panel has recommended flu shots to all children aged 6 months to 18 years. Previously, it had only recommended shots for children 6 months to 5 years. Article

> A new study suggests that antibiotics are used too often with seniors dying of dementia-related diseases. Article

And Finally... Love him or hate him, William F. Buckley was a watchable character...but now he's gone. Article

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