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> Starbucks has always taken pride in the health coverage it offers workers. The company now spends more on healthcare costs than it does on coffee. Story

> California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is expected to sign the nation's toughest legislation against junk food in schools. Story

> Public Web Stations, an open-source project, has set up web kiosks at evacuee centers in Texas and Louisiana. At about $300 per unit, the terminals are dirt cheap to install. Could the same technology turn up at hospitals soon? Website

> In New Orleans, search and recovery teams have found 13 more bodies at several nursing homes. Story

> HIT: WLAN provider Aruba said its wireless network at the University College London Hospitals NHS' Trust is the largest in the UK, serving 7,000 users in eight hospitals. Release

> New care guidelines for Type 2 diabetes from the International Diabetes Federation recommend giving patients full access to their electronic medical records to help them better manage their condition. Story

> Commentary: California hospitals have a long way to go before they meet tough new retrofitting guidelines, but those in Silicon Valley are making progress. Op-Ed

And Finally... At long last, transparency in hospital pricing will be promoted by the government to patients -- foreign patients going to India, that is. Story