Kaiser Health News Viewpoints: More Health Exchange Battles; What About Insurance And State Lines? 2016-10-21T13:02:31.000000Z A selection of opinions on health care from around the country. State Highlights: Detailing A Possible Childhood Cancer Cluster In Georgia; A Health Enterprise Zone In North Philadelphia 2016-10-21T13:02:25.000000Z Outlets report on health news from Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, California, New Hampshire, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, Texas, Ohio and Florida. Compared To Other Sedentary Behaviors, Watching TV Strongly Linked To Belly Fat 2016-10-21T13:02:21.000000Z Commercials may play a role, the study's author says. “Seeing those ads showing food can prime you to eat more later." In other news, researchers key in on certain cells that may lead to the development of effective obesity drugs. How Much Screen Time Is Too Much Screen Time For Kids? 2016-10-21T13:02:18.000000Z The American Academy of Pediatrics has released its recommendations for how much children and teenagers should be exposed to TVs, computers and smartphones. After Flood Of Reactions To Kentucky’s Medicaid Changes, CMS Extends Comment Period 2016-10-21T13:02:14.000000Z Federal records show Kentucky is the first state to receive such an extension. Media outlets also report on other Medicaid developments in Louisiana and Florida. Naming And Shaming Fails To Curb Hospitals’ Practice Of Overcharging Patients 2016-10-21T13:02:10.000000Z “There’s nothing stopping them,” says Karoline Mortensen, one of the authors of a study that looked at charges before and after hospitals received negative publicity about the high costs. If anything, they got more expensive after being shamed publicly. The Patients Behind Theranos’ Dubious, Unreliable Test Results 2016-10-21T13:02:06.000000Z Theranos failed to maintain basic safeguards to ensure consistent results — according to regulators, independent lab directors and quality-control experts — and patients suffered. Trump’s Claim About Abortions Taking Place Days Before Birth ‘Absurd,’ Expert Says 2016-10-21T13:02:02.000000Z If, very late in pregnancy, a fetus was found to be nonviable the woman might continue the pregnancy and deliver a stillborn baby, or she might decide not to continue the pregnancy, says Dr. Aaron B. Caughey. “Would you call that an abortion? I think most of us wouldn’t use that language." Gilead Presses For Exclusivity On HIV Drug After Judge’s Ruling That FDA Policy Is ‘Capricious’ 2016-10-21T13:01:59.000000Z Gilead wants the agency to retroactively grant it five years of exclusive marketing. Meanwhile, groups say the gaps in Food and Drug Administration's biosimilar policies are creating untenable situations. Lawmakers Seek Explanation For ‘Staggering,’ ‘Outrageous’ Price Hikes 2016-10-21T13:01:54.000000Z Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Elijah Cummings wrote to Ariad Pharmaceuticals demanding data on their cancer treatment.