Nursing home deaths lead to fines in Calif.; Government investigating heart-disease study;

> In Orange County, Calif., two nursing homes have been fined by state officials after two individuals in their care died due to inadequate care. Article

> The federal government is now looking into whether heart-attack survivors participating in a chelation-heart disease study were properly informed of all potential health risks. Article

> Three more antipsychotic drugs may soon be marketed for kids and adolescents, if an FDA advisory panel's recommendation is adopted by the agency. Eli Lilly's Zyprexa got a cautious thumbs-up as a second-line bipolar and schizophrenia treatment. FiercePharma

> A contracting and spending scandal has cost the head of a Canadian agency her job and delayed plans to provide interoperable electronic health records to all residents of the province of Ontario. The political fallout may just be starting, though. FierceEMR

And Finally... Of all the people for this to have happened to, this guy should have known the consequences. Article

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