Washington initiatives seek to combat nurse shortage; Baby born in N.J. with Zika-linked microcephaly;

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> Washington state initiatives are seeking to combat a future shortage in nurses, according to a post from State of Reform. Article

> A dissertation from Umea University in Sweden suggests that community health workers may help reduce the treatment gap for epilepsy in rural areas. Announcement

>  A baby born Tuesday at a New Jersey hospital was diagnosed with Zika-related microcephaly, reports NJ.com. Article

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> The Aetna-Humana deal faces its share of hurdles, but Aetna General Counsel Tom Sabatino is no stranger to dealing with regulators and merger drama, reports Bloomberg Law. Article

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> Computer programs can now help physicians better predict illness in patients, but that doesn't mean doctors want technology to do their jobs for them, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Article

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