Fourteen percent of vets have thought about suicide; Kindred Healthcare to sell 12 acute care facilities;

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> A telephone survey of 1,000 adults found many are willing to take a class to learn to stop or control the bleeding of a shooting victim, according to a research announcement from the Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Announcement

> Nearly 14 percent of veterans report suicidal ideation at some point, according to a study from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Study announcement

> Louisville, Kentucky-based Kindred Healthcare Inc. will sell 12 long-term acute care facilities to Providence, Rhode Island's Curahealth LLC, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Article

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> Access policies for government-funded data sets vary widely and may pose indirect barriers to researchers trying to effectively use the data, according to a study published at eGEMS. Article

> Hackers are exploiting flaws on computer servers that the government and security experts red flagged as early as 2007. MedStar Health is the latest victim. Article

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