A firefighter walks past the Residence du Havre after the fire in L'Isle Verte, Quebec. At least three people died in the blaze at the seniors' home. Early reports were that another 30 people were missing. Mathieu Belanger /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Getting People Out Of Nursing Homes Turns Out To Be Complicated

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HHS found that 19 percent of nurse aides who'd been disciplined had a prior conviction that would have shown up on a background check. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Connecticut Considers Letting Health Aides Give Medicines To Homebound

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