Protesters want McDonald's out of Houston hospital; CDC investigates worker's salmonella infection;

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> Continuing a growing movement, protesters at Houston, Texas' Ben Taub Hospital demanded the facility remove an onsite McDonald's restaurant, according to the Houston Chronicle. Article

> The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating how one of its lab workers contracted salmonella on the job. Statement

> Police in Portland, Maine are investigating the circumstances of the death of a patient who either fell or jumped from a window at Maine Medical Center, according to the Portland Press Herald. Article

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> A new forecast says that the healthcare sector is one of the biggest drivers of new jobs in the U.S. economy, with 44 percent of companies in the healthcare sector with 50 employees or more expected to add permanent jobs during the second quarter of 2016. Article

> Facing stark budget deficits, Louisiana is preparing for deep cuts in its healthcare budget, and the state's safety net hospitals could suffer as a result. Article

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