Los Angeles Times – Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after Legionnaires’ disease sickens park visitors

Disneyland has shut down two bacteria-contaminated cooling towers after Orange County health officials discovered several cases of Legionnaires’ disease in people who had visited the Anaheim theme park, authorities said.

The Hill – Five states ask judge to halt Trump’s rollback of birth-control mandate

Five states are asking a federal judge to halt the implementation of the Trump administration’s recent rollback of Obamacare’s birth-control mandate. The attorneys general in California, New York, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia filed the motion for a preliminary injunction Thursday night with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

Forbes – What air pollution can do to your bones and osteoporosis

New studies found a relationship between long-term air pollution and osteoporosis, a condition in which your bones become weaker and more likely to break.

The Wall Street Journal – Fewer return visits to the hospital, but higher rates of death, study finds

The Affordable Care Act required Medicare to penalize hospitals with high numbers of heart failure patients who returned for treatment shortly after discharge. New research shows that penalty was associated with fewer readmissions, but also higher rates of death among that patient group.