The Washington Post — Trump to propose big cuts to safety-net in new budget, slashing Medicaid and opening door to other limits
President Trump’s first major budget proposal on Tuesday will include massive cuts to Medicaid and call for changes to anti-poverty programs that would give states new power to limit a range of benefits, people familiar with the planning said, despite growing unease in Congress about cutting the safety net.

Los Angeles Times — When states have strong guns laws, they also have fewer fatal police shootings (featuring AJPH)
Fatal shootings of civilians by police officers are less common in states with stricter gun laws than they are in states that take a more relaxed approach to regulating the sale, storage and use of firearms, new research says.

ABC News — Senate Republicans quietly working on health overhaul bill
Remember the Republican health care bill? Washington is fixated on President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI chief James Comey and burgeoning investigations into possible connections between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia. But in closed-door meetings, Senate Republicans are trying to write legislation dismantling President Barack Obama’s health care law. They would substitute their own tax credits, ease coverage requirements and cut the federal-state Medicaid program for the poor and disabled that Obama enlarged.

Salon — Social media helps officials spot public health threats — but only for the rich?
One study suggests that poorer populations are being left out of digital data used for disease surveillance

NPR — Tips for staying healthy when traveling abroad
When planning a summer trip abroad, it’s easy to think, “Oh, I’ll just hop over to a travel clinic, and they’ll tell me everything I need to know — and do — to keep from getting sick.” But that’s not always the case.