ALSO NOTED: Tenet avoids shareholder suits; Mass. pitches health plan enrollment; and much more...

> Even though the company's paying a fraud settlement, Tenet Healthcare shareholders will have trouble suing, thanks to a hand from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Article

> The state of Massachusetts is launching an ad campaign in conjunction with the Boston Red Sox baseball team encouraging citizens to enroll in a health plan. Article

> Tennessee has created a new state organization focused on eliminating healthcare differences resulting from race, gender, education levels and poverty status. Article

> The next Surgeon General is on deck, awaiting confirmation from the U.S. Senate. Article

And Finally...  New research is offering yet another reason why kids shouldn't watch too much television. Article

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