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> Despite a veto threat from President Bush, the Senate has voted in favor of a major financial expansion of the Children's Health Insurance Program. Article (reg. req.)

> A new bill moving through Congress would make it easier for patients with chronic or pre-existing conditions to get health insurance. Article

> A new study of Internet pedophiles by the Federal Bureau of Prisons suggests 85 percent actually have acted out against children. The finding has kicked up protests by some clinicians, who fault the design of the study. Article (reg. req.)

> Hard to tell how representative this is, but in the case of one New York medical center, an EMR installation seems to have done a good job of paying for itself. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  Restless legs syndrome diagnoses haven't gotten a lot of respect in the past. But maybe now they will. Article

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