News bites: First lady touts health law, SCOTUS delay, and more

First lady Michelle Obama is touting the president's health law as part of her honorary chairmanship of the "Women for Obama" reelection campaign, reports Bloomberg.

USA Today examines the likelihood that the Supreme Court will end up delaying its ruling on the healthcare reform law until the individual mandate goes into effect, in 2014. 

More and more hospitals are demanding that patients pay up front for medical care at emergency rooms if they're not suffering from routine illnesses, Kaiser Health News reports.

The Drug Enforcement Administration says CVS Caremark and the drug distributor Cardinal Health ignored high-volume painkiller orders in Florida, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The FDA has agreed to review the safety of inhalable caffeine at the request of Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), The Associated Press reports.