The New York Times – How’s the air in London? ‘We should be worried’

Toxic air in London has been at illegal levels since 2010, and for a brief period last year, air pollution here was worse than Beijing’s, according to statistics published by the London mayor’s office.

U.S. News & World Report – Hepatitis vaccines urged for travelers to Kentucky, Michigan

Indiana health officials are advising residents to get vaccinated for hepatitis A if their summer plans include visits to Kentucky or Michigan.

CBS News – E. coli outbreak: CDC says if you don’t know source of romaine lettuce, don’t eat it

Federal health officials warn you not to eat any romaine lettuce unless you know where it’s from, as the E. coli outbreak spreads across the country. The CDC advisory now includes whole heads and hearts of romaine lettuce, along with chopped and bagged romaine and salad mixes that include romaine.

The Washington Post – Opioid deaths prompt Ohio to reimagine classroom lessons, starting with kindergarten

Ohio, a state where 4,329 people died of drug overdoses in 2016, a death rate second only to neighboring West Virginia, is taking the fight against the opioid epidemic into the classroom with a new style of drug-abuse-prevention education.

NBC New York – Connecticut University closes Monday as mysterious outbreak sickens 100 students

A Connecticut university is shutting down for the day after about 100 students fell sick in a “viral-like” outbreak since Thursday.