Around the Web in 60 Seconds (Or Less)

The WSJ Health blog: Police shoot a man with a Taser gun and inadvertently correct his heart beat.

California proposed legislation would allow pharmacies to sell patient info to marketers.

NYT Well: Childhood obesity rates level off.

John McCain releases more than 1,000 pages of his medical records.

Health industry gives more to Democrats than Republicans.

Financial Times: Indian drugmakers threaten to stop production en masse.

Massachusetts docs sue state agency claiming it publishes faulty physician ratings.

Business Week asks if FDA regulations are preventing U.S. cancer patients from accessing advanced cancer drugs.

NYT: SEC allows shareholders to vote on proposals for universal health coverage.

CJR: Democrats waver on prospects of health reform.

Boston Globe: Former Harvard Med School dean discusses new doctors’ march away from primary care to lucrative sub-specialties.

AP: Half of all insured Americans take at least one daily prescription for a chronic ailment.

FDA proposes new drug labels for pregnant and breastfeeding women

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