News bites: New culprit identified in E. coli scare

Europe's E. coli outbreak is now being linked to German bean sprouts, not Spanish produce as Germany first claimed, the Guardian reports.

Cash-strapped states are turning to philanthropies to help pay for the healthcare reform overhaul, reports Kaiser Health News.

New research promises to create personalized therapies for cancer patients, writes The Wall Street Journal.

The New York Times reports on the dismal conditions at New York's homes for the disabled.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton calls on donor nations to increase their commitments to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS on the 30th anniversary of the epidemic.

Connecticut is poised to become the first state in the country to mandate paid sick leave for service workers, reports the Hartford Courant.

Yearly ovarian cancer screening fails to reduce death rate but increases false positive tests, says a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Reservists considered essential to wartime missions aren't properly informed about their ability to purchase healthcare coverage under the DOD's TRICARE program after their active-duty coverage expires, says a new GAO report.