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What Celebrities are on Pharma's Payroll?

What Celebrities are on Pharma's Payroll?

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Here's what we're checking out at Reporting on Health today:

Health Reform: A federal judge in Florida , while Ian Millhiser at Wonk Room points out that " before that law is eventually upheld" – as in the cases of minimum wage legislation, whites-only lunch counters and Social Security. Meanwhile, the Tea Party is .

Pharma: Total linkbait, but what a great idea for a story: , from Jim Edwards at BNET's Placebo Effect blog.

Heart Disease: One out of every three adult Americans and many have trouble controlling that heart disease risk factor, according to new CDC data, reports Thomas H. Maugh II for the Los Angeles Times.

Biomonitoring: An editorial in Environmental Health Perspectives asks: in biomonitoring studies that find high levels of PBDEs and other potentially harmful chemicals in food or other products, ? (We say yes, of course. The public can handle it.)

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