News bites: Family caregivers losing respite benefits, and more

Respite programs for family caregivers are facing cuts, Kaiser Health News reports.

U.S. workers' persistent lack of sleep could pose safety risks, HealthDay reports.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is trying to salvage his overhaul of out-of-network medical charges, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Does medicine discourage gay doctors? The New York Times inquires.

Eleven million Americans had a serious mental illness in 2009, according to federal health officials. National Journal has more.

The Magnolia State needs doctors to work in rural areas, according to Mississippi Public Broadcasting.