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4 Senate Democrats ask Reid to return to public option Four Senate Democrats are asking Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. The Hill reports that Sens. Michael Bennet, D-Colo.; Kristen Gillibrand, D-N.Y.; Jeff Merkley, D-Ore.; and Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio; tuesday requesting reconsideration of the plan sent a letter to Reid. Bennet called on Reid to reintroduce the general public option into the health care debate through the spending budget reconciliation procedure, which would short-circuit filibuster guidelines and invite Democrats to pass a expenses with a simple bulk in the Senate. Politico’s Live Pulse blog reports that Bennet and Gillibrand are in tough re-election battles and the senators have made the calculation that the public option is favored by Democrats, and the lack of one in the final bill is one reason that voters are unenthusiastic about it.They concluded that providing ondansetron to eligible kids in the U.S. Would prevent 29,246 intravenous insertions and 7,220 hospitalizations each complete year, with annual cost savings of $65.6 million to society and $61.1 million to payers of health care costs . In Canada, the scholarly study concluded, ondansetron provided routinely would prevent 4,065 intravenous insertions and 1,003 hospitalizations each year, with annual savings of $1.72 million to society and $1.18 million to payers of healthcare costs. Related StoriesUtah researchers awarded NIH grant to build up informatics platform to identify cause of pediatric asthmaNucala approved for treatment of asthma patientsAnxiety associated with poor asthma outcomesAsthma is a chronic condition seen as a an inflammation within the airways of the lung area.