Wall Street Journal – Teens, Too, Need Help With Sleep
More than two-thirds of U.S. high school students don’t get enough sleep on school nights, and they’re more likely than their well-rested peers to drink, smoke, and seriously consider suicide, according to a federal study released Monday.

Kaiser Health News
– Some Doctors Refuse To Treat Kids Who Have Not Been Immunized
When Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) recently suggested that the human papillomavirus vaccine — recommended for girls and young women to protect against cervical cancer — was dangerous and might cause mental retardation, the American Academy of Pediatrics pushed back hard. The AAP, which represents 60,000 pediatricians, issued a statement saying the claim had “absolutely no scientific validity.”

Reuters – Childless men more likely to die of heart disease: study
A decade-long study of 135,000 men found that those who did not have children had a higher risk of dying from heart disease than those who did, raising new questions over the links between fertility and overall health, U.S. researchers said on Monday.

Bloomberg News
– Obama Lawyers Signal Likely Supreme Court Appeal on Health Care
The Obama administration signaled it will seek U.S. Supreme Court consideration of the landmark health-care overhaul in a move that may lead to a ruling in the middle of the 2012 presidential race.The Justice Department said yesterday it will forgo further review at the federal appeals court that declared the law unconstitutional in August. The administration has until mid- November to file an appeal with the Supreme Court.

blog.AIDS.gov – National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
For many Americans, June 5th was a day of introspection. It was hard to believe that, as of that date, the AIDS epidemic had lasted 30 years and, despite the remarkable advances we have made in medicine, prevention, and care, we are still facing many of the same challenges we did in the early days of HIV/AIDS.

MSNBC.com – Coffee cuts depression risk in women
Drinking coffee may lower women’s risk of depression, a new study says. Women in the study who drank two to three cups of caffeinated coffee a day were 15 percent less likely to develop depression over a 10-year period compared to those who drank one cup of coffee or less per week.

The Gazette– Iowa’s low HIV rate could lead to funding cut
Iowa prides itself on having one of the lowest HIV infection rates in the nation, but that positive statistic has triggered a negative consequence: federal officials are planning to take a chunk of the state’s HIV prevention funds and redistribute that money to areas with higher needs.