Vox — Why some experts think the House might have a problem with its health care bill
There is speculation in Washington that House leadership might have to work some magic on its health care bill — again.

STAT — Why cities may hold the key to living longer, healthier lives
There’s a public perception that if you contract cholera, you had bad luck — but if you develop diabetes, that’s your fault. This view is both wrong and dangerous.

Los Angeles Times — Health insurers plan big Obamacare rate hikes — and they blame Trump
Health insurers across the country are making plans to dramatically raise Obamacare premiums or exit marketplaces amid growing exasperation with the Trump administration’s erratic management, inconsistent guidance and seeming lack of understanding of basic health care issues.

Public Radio International — In Minnesota, a measles outbreak exposes the gaps in public health
Generally speaking, Somalis in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are not facing a lack of access to health care providers. At least, not in terms of distance. At a community meeting on Wednesday night in the neighborhood, the actual issues of access to health care were on display.

CNN — How celebrities’ ‘golden glow’ shines on public health
When celebrities speak, it seems, the world listens — even when it comes to personal and public health.

Get Ready Blog — Nom nom nom nuptials: 7 food safety questions to ask your wedding caterer
Catering is one of the largest expenses in a wedding budget. Couples can often find themselves struggling to satisfy their visions of a dream wedding and finicky guests. Since no one wants their guest to become ill, it’s essential to keep food safety in mind when choosing a caterer.