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Breaking Stories from Health News Florida
A selection of opinions on health care from around the country.
Health care stories are reported from Massachusetts, Florida, New Jersey, Georgia, California, North Carolina, Colorado, Connecticut, Tennessee and Illinois.
The Food and Drug Administration issued the safety announcement as it looks into whether contrast-imaging drugs that contain the heavy metal gadolinium leave brain deposits after repeated MRIs. Meanwhile, a new report suggests that drug makers delay filing reports with the FDA in cases of a drug-related illness or death.
News outlets also examine other trends in medical care, including the expanded roles of nurse practitioners and physician assistants, how some new mothers are missing out on advice regarding breastfeeding and SIDS, new guidance about depression screenings and continued efforts to destigmatize mental illness.
Meanwhile, the organization confirmed Monday that its website has been hacked by anti-abortion activists.
Angst among lawmakers is taking the form of amendments to repeal the health law or defund Planned Parenthood, but they don't always fit in with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's plans for broader legislation.
The House Judiciary Committee is planning two hearings in September to discuss these worries. Meanwhile, another House panel contemplates an overhaul of how Medicare pays hospitals for short-term stays. And a Kansas congressman throws his support behind the so-called "health care compact."