News bites: Assisted suicide, junk food and more

The Georgia Supreme Court struck down the state's assisted-suicide law, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Nearly half of elementary school children can still buy junk food at school, The Washington Post reports.

A new Commonwealth Fund survey finds a third of low-income Americans have lacked health insurance for at least two years.

California has to grapple with the healthcare costs of its aging inmates, the Merced Sun-Star concludes.

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association compiles the top 10 advances in cardiovascular and stroke research in 2011.