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SCOOP — The investigations surrounding the de Blasio administration continue to widen. The latest break from POLITICO New York’s Sally Goldenberg and Colby Hamilton is that U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is looking into the lifting of a deed restriction on a Manhattan nursing home that is now slated to become luxury condos.

AFTER THE BUDGET — POLITICO New York’s Jimmy Vielkind looks at what’s left on Albany’s plate now that the budget has passed.

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CASH ON HAND — New York City Health + Hospitals ended March with $243 million in cash.

NOW WE KNOW — Are you thinking of getting an elephant for your next big party? Well, think twice, because 18 percent of elephants in the United States have tuberculosis and it can be easily transmitted to humans.

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MEDICAL MARIJUANA — The Assembly health committee on Monday advanced two pieces of legislation that would expand the state’s medical marijuana program.

MOTHERS’ DAY — New York City's largest health systems, as well as several other hospitals, are embracing first lady Chirlane McCray's call to offer maternal depression screening to new moms by the end of 2017.

PROXY LAW — After the death of his 77-year-old mother at Ellis Hospital in 2011, Michael Phillips of Saratoga has tried to bring more public attention to the state’s health care proxy law.

PROFILE — Crain’s profiles Daniel H. Stephens, a pediatrician and director of adolescent medicine at Union Community Health Center in the Bronx, where he sees primary care patients. “But this isn’t an ordinary doctor’s office. UCHC’s Teen Health Center on East 188th Street also offers youth support groups, dance classes and job-placement services.”

PHARMA REPORT: Nestle is working on creating food that treats diseases, according to the Wall Street Journal. That’s catering to baby boomers, I guess. “For Nestlé, it’s a market with big potential, amid an aging global population, as the company navigates tougher times in its traditional packaged-food market.”


-ZIKA — The House Appropriations Committee unveiled a spending bill Tuesday afternoon that includes $10 million in new FDA funding to fight Zika and Ebola.

-RETAIL CLINICS — Aaron Carroll explains the undeniable convenience of retail clinics.

-SMOKED — The House Appropriations FDA-Agriculture bill released Tuesday afternoon would block the FDA from implementing its "deeming" rule to regulate tobacco products unless the agency exempts premium cigars, according to POLITICO.

-BOYCOTT THE ARCH — The Associated Press reports: “Israel's health minister has called on the country to downsize its consumption of junk food and boycott McDonald's.”

-UNDER SCRUTINY — Medtronic, one of the world's largest medical device companies, is under scrutiny for concealing studies about its products for years. The Minneapolis Star Tribune has the story: Medtronic's rebuttal:

-WORSE THAN YOU THOUGHT — The Zika virus is much scarier than researchers originally believed, according to The Associated Press.

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the Cleveland Clinic: “If you're trying to avoid mosquito bites, there are four ways to do it.”


-CALL TO PARTICIPATE — Doctors at Northwell Health’s Neuroscience Institute are enrolling patients in a study to test the efficacy of Pfizer’s vaccine to prevent Staphylococcus aureus infections after spinal surgery.

-SCARY STAT — More than 40 percent of retired NFL players showed signs of traumatic brain injuries, a new study to be presented at the American Academy of Neurology conference this week found. More from NBC News:

-GET MARRIED — A new study suggests married people with cancer have better survival rates than single cancer patients. Reuters has more:

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