Atypical antipsychotics raise heart failure risk; Will a 'love vaccine' ever be developed?;

> Two Illinois health systems have settled charges that they overcharged poor and uninsured patients. The two are instituting new policies and offering refunds to hundreds of thousands of patients. FierceHealthFinance

> A new study has found that the use of atypical antipsychotic medications such as Seroquel and Risperdal double patients' risk of dying from sudden heart failure, contradicting common assumptions that these newer drugs are safer than old-line antipsychotics. FiercePharma

> Is it possible that science will develop a 'love vaccine' anytime soon, as researchers better understand the chemistry of the brain? FierceVaccines

> Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue is finding that his proposal to fund Medicaid and a state trauma network with a tax on hospitals and health plans may be a non-starter. Article

And Finally... You'd think getting shot once would have been enough to scare this guy away. Article

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