Florida law limits gun ownership discussion between docs and patients; North Carolina mayor takes rural healthcare crisis message to lawmakers;

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> A federal appeals court ruled Friday that a Florida law restricting what doctors can tell patients about gun ownership is constitutional, the Associated Press reports. Article

> Belhaven, North Carolina Mayor Adam O'Neal continued his two-week trek to the District of Columbia in an effort to persuade fellow Republicans to support Medicaid expansion to help save rural hospitals and provide care to thousands of residents, according to Inside Nova. Article

> The Arkansas Medical Society and the Arkansan Hospital Association take opposing views on new legislation that deals with physician peer reviews, Arkansas Business reports. Article

Medical Imaging News

> Brain imaging may help predict the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a study of teenagers following the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. Article

> Radiologists now work more hours and expect to postpone retirement, according to new research published in Academic Radiology. Article

And finally… And the river turned red. Article

 

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