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Happy Meals, Medicaid Woes and ScienceBlogs: Summer Edition

Happy Meals, Medicaid Woes and ScienceBlogs: Summer Edition

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Here's our daily round-up of news and resources for your work and pleasure:

ScienceBlogs: If you've been following the ScienceBlogs/PepsiCo debacle, it's over: ScienceBlogger PZ Myers reports that the blog network .

COBRA Fail: From the WTF? files: The COBRA insurance administrator Discovery Benefits recently t because she owed them a single penny. Did we mention that the patient had recently lost her job, too? The Colorado Springs Gazette reporter who wrote the story has a great blog post about how Discovery Benefits .

Teens and tobacco: American teenagers are in the 1990s, , according to the CDC's Mortality and Morbidity Weekly Report. Maybe it wasn't such a good idea to cut back on all those state tobacco control programs?

Medicaid: Tough times ahead for Medicaid expansion under health reform? The Washington Post reports that 2.7 million children on Medicaid in nine states, many of them in outsourced Medicaid managed care programs, .

UnHappy Meals: Not-so-happy tussling is still going strong , who want the fast food giant to stop selling toys with Happy Meals.  

Heat Wave Dining: During a heat wave, watermelon sounds a lot better for you than a Happy Meal. Check out this Huffington Post slide show of if you're stuck in the Northeast, where temperatures still are approaching triple digits.

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