CA nurse ratios raise salaries; Gardasil recall in Spain;

> A new study has concluded that minimum nurse-to-patient ratios imposed in California have raised nurse salaries, no surprise given that prior studies predicted these rules would raise demand. FierceHealthFinance

> With two 14-year-old girls being hospitalized in Spain after receiving Merck's Gardasil, health authorities there have withdrawn 76,000 doses from the market. FiercePharma

> Recent news reports are noting that the top six executives at Lilly took in $48 million in pay last year. FiercePharma

> It's looking New Jersey's St. Barnabas Health System, like too many of its peers, may end up defaulting on its bond covenants this year. FierceHealthFinance

And Finally... If you're going to try and get your handcuffs removed, try a hardware store, not a police station. Article

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