Daily Briefing: Vaccination Ruse to Catch Osama Bin Laden Hurts Global Health Programs
Vaccines: A Pakistani doctor's vaccination ruse to help catch Osama Bin Laden has put all global public health programs at risk by violating trust in health providers, David Ignatius writes in an op-ed for the Washington Post.
Hospitals: Budget-strapped state lawmakers increasingly are eyeing tax-exempt nonprofit hospitals that act more like businesses as a way to boost state revenues, Ron Shinkman reports for FierceHealthFinance.
Campaign Ads: Misleading campaign ads from both Democrats and Republicans aim to scare voters about changes to Medicare, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar reports for the Associated Press.
Diabetes: New research suggests that weight loss surgery can reverse diabetes in patients who are merely overweight and not obese, Sharon Begley reports for Reuters.
Health Reform: California Healthline's Dan Diamond handicaps what will happen in California if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down part or all of the Affordable Care Act. A decision is expected by the end of June.