Fortune – Doctors: Trump’s border separation policy is causing a ‘mental health crisis’ for families

Also on Friday, the American Public Health Association issued its own statement decrying the separation of children from families as “inhumane,” warning it would have “a dire impact on their health, both now and into the future.”

The TelegraphHPV vaccine has almost wiped out infections in young women, figures show

The HPV vaccine has almost completely wiped out infections in young women, and if expanded to men could prevent thousands of cancer cases in Britain each year, new figures suggest.

World Health Organization – Statement from WHO Director-General on the humanitarian situation in Yemen

With the intensification of fighting around Hodeida, WHO is deeply concerned about the impact it will have on the lives, health and welfare of the 1.6 million people living in the city.

HuffPostRural areas have the highest suicide rates and fewest mental health workers

There is a severe shortage of mental health workers across the U.S., but the problem is most pronounced in rural areas. There isn’t a single psychiatrist in 65 percent of nonmetropolitan counties, and almost half of those counties don’t have a psychologist, according to a report from the American Journal of Preventive Medicine released this month.

Healthline — Could the World Cup lead to a measles outbreak in the US?

Last year, Europe had a four-fold increase in measles cases compared to the year prior. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) wants to make sure Americans are protected and don’t bring back measles to this country.

The Washington Post—The Health 202: Congress tackles Medicaid rule in effort to dent opioid crisis

House Republicans consider it one of the most significant proposals of the dozens of bills aimed at addressing the opioid epidemic. Democrats say the policy is racially biased.