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POLITICO New York Health Care: More Rivington drama for de Blasio; Upstate University Hospital's child abuse expert

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WHAT DID CITY HALL KNOW ABOUT RIVINGTON HOUSE? — The New York Post, citing an anonymous source, dives deep into what City Hall knew about the conversion of a Lower East Side nursing home into luxury condos and when. On Feb. 24, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen’s chief of staff frantically offered a $16.1 million refund to The Allure Group, which had paid the fee to get a deed restriction lifted on the property at 45 Rivington St. The deed change allowed Allure to sell the property to a luxury condo ­developer for $116 million. In return for the refund, Allure was told, the city sought a long-term care facility or affordable housing, according to a source close to the negotiations and evidence reviewed by the Post. Those two options were what “the Mayor’s ­Office wants,” James Patchett, chief of staff to Glen, told Allure’s rep, the source said. http://nyp.st/1MRujVn

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NOW WE KNOW — Can you tell the difference between rye and bourbon? http://bit.ly/1YPfKCm

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HOLY MAKEOVER — The New York Times looks at the renovations at the Weill Cornell chapel. http://nyti.ms/1VMX1Ko

PROFILE — The Syracuse Post-Standard profiles Dr. Ann Botash, a child abuse expert at Upstate University Hospital. http://bit.ly/1SlJ4Qu

SCHUMER PUSHES FOR MORE ZIKA FUNDING — The New York Daily News reports: “Sen. Chuck Schumer urged Congress to approve $1.9 billion in emergency funding to combat the spread of the Zika virus, which has already infected at least 60 people in New York State. http://nydn.us/1VMXjRo

COMING ATTRACTIONS — The University at Buffalo will open its first open online course. “ADHS: Everyday Strategies for Elementary Students” will provide an overview of ADHD diagnoses and treatment and is free and open to anyone. http://bit.ly/1SDxGOV

PHARMA REPORT: Valeant Pharmaceutical International Inc. has a busy week ahead. The company, according to the Wall Street Journal, is working to name Joseph Papa its new chief executive to replace outgoing Michael Pearson. Pearson is set to testify before a Senate committee Wednesday.http://on.wsj.com/1MRuPms

WHAT WE’RE READING:

-FIGHTING SINGLE PAYER BALLOT EFFORT — Business interests and lobbyists in the health care sector are gearing up to defeat Amendment 69 in Colorado, a single payer ballot question that’s set to go before voters in November. http://bit.ly/1SDxbEs

-ON THE RISE — Suicide rates in the United States have increased drastically since in the last 16 years, particularly among middle-aged white people, specifically women, the Washington Post reports. http://wapo.st/1SlJiHk

-OKLAHOMA’S ABORTION BATTLE — The Washington Post reports: “Oklahoma is just a signature away from revoking the licenses of most doctors who perform abortions.” http://wapo.st/1SDwCdZ

TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the American Cancer Society. Men have a one in five chance of developing prostate cancer. Lycopene, the reddish pigment that gives color to things like tomatoes, apricots and watermelon, has been shown to help lower prostate-specific antigens and lower the risk of developing prostate cancer. http://bit.ly/1SDwPO6

STUDY THIS:

-DAY CARE ILLNESSES — Do kids who go to day care really get sick more often? According to a study published in Pediatrics, researchers analyzed data on 1,626 children from shortly after birth until they were 6 years old. http://wapo.st/1SlKz1f

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