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U.S. Salmonella Outreak: As Investigation Continues, a Death in California

U.S. Salmonella Outreak: As Investigation Continues, a Death in California

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Salmonella: A Sacramento resident is believed to be the only fatality linked to ground turkey that sickened at least 77 people in 26 states, Landon Hall reports for the Orange County Register.

Health Insurance: More than 3,500 Californians with pre-existing conditions participating in the state's high risk insurance pool   by as much as 24 percent, Victoria Colliver reports for the San Francisco Chronicle.

Breastfeeding: U.S. hospitals are , with the majority giving newborns food or drink other than breast milk when it's not medically necessary, Kristina Fiore reports for MedPage Today.

Medicaid/Medicare: The keep rising, with no end in sight, to a combined rate of nearly $922 billion, Dennis Cauchon reports for USA Today.

Photo credit: Kyle Bruggeman, Nebraska News21

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