News bites: High-risk pools, penny-pinching seniors and more

Montana's federally funded high-risk pool is running out of money and will need a $6 million cash infusion in 2012, the Billings Gazette reports.

One in five seniors is cutting back on healthcare to save money, the Employee Benefit Research Institute says in a new report.

Some Medicare Advantage plans are attracting healthier seniors by offering gym memberships — a possible violation of rules against cherry-picking, Kaiser Health News reports

Three Food and Drug Administration advisers who voted last month in support of Bayer birth-control pills had financial ties to the company, The Wall Street Journal reports.

People aren't more at risk from a heart attack from running a marathon than from other forms of vigorous physical activity, Bloomberg reports.