CNN — Just 23% of US adults get enough exercise, CDC reports

About a quarter of US adults meet guidelines for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercise in their spare time, according to new data from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics.

The Hill — National HIV Testing Day — tests are lagging and the end of the epidemic is far away

Last week, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data showing no improvement over a decade in the proportion of people ever tested for HIV or the frequency of testing for those with highest risk of HIV exposure.

The New York Times — California banning soda taxes? A new industry strategy is stunning some lawmakers

In California, a bill seems set to pass this week that would pre-empt any new local beverage or food taxes for 12 years.

Time — Being fit in middle age may protect against depression

About 16 million adults in the U.S., and 350 million people around the world, have depression, a major source of physical and mental disability. Now, in a large study published in JAMA Psychiatry, researchers say there may be a relatively inexpensive, non-invasive way to combat depression, beginning in middle-age.

The Washington Post — College students are forming mental-health clubs — and they’re making a difference

Mental-health problems among college students have been climbing since the 1990s, according to the American Psychological Association. And with services increasingly stretched at campus health centers, students have been taking action themselves through peer-run mental-health clubs and organizations. The approach appears to be paying off, a new study finds.