FDA wants prescription info leaflets to be more user-friendly; Mexican doc faces homicide charges after baby revived in coffin;

> The Food and Drug Administration plans to make those prescription information leaflets you get from the pharmacy more user-friendly and less jargon-filled, NPR reports. Article

> Mexican prosecutors filed homicide charges against a doctor after a baby was revived in her coffin after mistakenly being declared dead. She was hospitalized, but died three days later of asphyxia, the Associated Press reports. Article

> State funding cuts are prompting several teaching hospitals in the Phoenix area to consider cuts to residency-training programs that could ultimately exacerbate the shortage of primary-care physicians, the Arizona Republic reports. Article

> A woman killed her husband and then herself in a murder-suicide at Valley Hospital in Las Vegas, KTVN Reno reports. No one else was hurt and the hospital was not evacuated. Article

> Four babies died Tuesday and seven were in critical condition after a fire broke out at a Bucharest maternity hospital, NPR reports. Romanian media reported that the fire was due to a malfunctioning air conditioner. DNA will be used to identify babies, because their plastic ID bracelets melted in the fire. Article

And finally... A chip off the old block. Article