Doctor who died in chimney may have been drinking; Hospital CEO suspended after allegedly soliciting prostitution;

> Investigators told Bakersfield Now that the doctor who died after getting stuck in the chimney had been drinking earlier in the evening at a restaurant. The doctor's sister doesn't think alcohol played a role in what happened. Article

> After he was arrested and charged with engaging in prostitution this week, David Cress was suspended indefinitely without pay as president and CEO of North Memorial Health Care in Robbinsdale, Minn., officials told the Star Tribune. Article

> A 7-month-old baby who underwent heart surgery at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center on Aug. 21, reportedly died after his system was flushed with alcohol instead of saline solution during surgery, the Herald Sun reports. Article

> A tuberculosis  test, called Xpert MTB/RIF, can successfully identify 98 percent of all culture-confirmed TB cases, including more than 90 percent of those with smear-negative disease in two hours, according to Medical News Today. Article

> Glen Silverman, CEO at Central Mississippi Medical Center, has been tapped to guide Madison River Oaks, Health Management Associates announced. Article

> Hospital systems in five Detroit communities will receive $16.2 million in grants to improve care for diabetic patients, according to the Detroit Free Press. The three-year grant will lead to the creation of an electronic network that helps improve coordination of care for diabetic patients. Article

And Finally... Even goats need a change of pace. Article