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Morning Break: Incentive Pay Opt-Outs, Oz No Quack, Deathbed Champagne

Health news and commentary from around the Web, gathered by the ALLMedPage Today staff.

Morning Break: Catholic Plastic Surgery; VA Fix Goes Slowly

Health news and commentary from around the Web, gathered by the ALLMedPage Today staff.

I, Intern: 'I Just Didn't Want to Leave It Up to Chance'

Tragic cases drive a surgery intern to fill out her own healthcare proxy form.

Morning Break: Ebola Nurse Sues Hospital; Booty Boosts Boom

Health news and commentary from around the Web, gathered by the ALLMedPage Today staff.

'Bionic Hand' Boosts Function After Braxial Plexus Injury

Treatment begins with elective amputation and includes selective nerve and muscle transfer.

I, Intern: Visible Scars

What does it take to begin reconstructing a burn patient's life?

Surgeons Got Rhythm, and Sometimes (Heart) Beat

A little song, a little dance, a little laparotomy: music to operate by.

FDA Recalls TigerPaw II LAA Closure Device

The class 1 recall affects TigerPaw II left atrial appendage closure devices in hospital inventories. It comes after reports of tearing of the left atrial wall and bleeding in patients following its use. News Alerts

Neuraminidase Inhibitors: Ready and Able to Tackle the Flu

A growing body of evidence shows that neuraminidase inhibitor antiviral drugs are effective against the flu, reducing complications and saving lives among hospitalized patients. CDC Expert Commentary

Treating the Most Common Eating Disorder

Understanding, recognizing, and managing binge eating disorder. Medscape Psychiatry

EMA: Heart Risk From Amiodarone Plus Hepatitis C Antivirals

The caution applies to several medications with sofosbuvir, used to fight hepatitis C; the caution in Europe mirrors similar antiviral labeling changes announced by the US FDA within the past month. News Alerts

Dr Oz Generates Buzz

The recent controversy over television star Dr Oz has generated plenty of discussion among physicians and other healthcare professionals. Medscape Family Medicine

Thyroid Dysfunction: To Screen or Not to Screen?

Dr Jo-Ann Manson describes the high-risk groups that should be screened for hypo- or hyperthyroidism. Medscape Ob/Gyn

Mammography Effective in Older Women (>75 years)

Screening mammography in women 75 years of age and older is effective and should be considered despite USPSTF recommendations against it, according to a new study. Medscape Medical News