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> New research suggests that the number of young adults going without health insurance rose again in 2006, with 34 percent of college graduates spending some time uninsured in the year after graduation. Article

> Want to know just how hard it will be to get physician holdouts on board with electronic medical records? This study by the Texas Medical Association may offer a glimpse. FierceHealthIT

> With the heparin scare fresh on people's minds, now China is reporting that six patients have died after injections of immunoglobulins. FiercePharma

> While the admittedly scary side-effects aren't that common, scripts for anti-smoking drug Chantrix have fallen dramatically, in a trend one doctor calls "fear-driven." FiercePharma

And Finally... In death, Fredric J. Baur will spend eternity with his proudest invention. Article

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