HuffPost — As health conditions worsen at prison holding 1,000 detainees, staff fears a riot

Despite workers’ alerts about the unsafe conditions at Victorville, little has been improved and infectious disease is rapidly spreading.

The New York Times — How many teenage girls deliberately harm themselves? Nearly 1 in 4, survey finds

Rates of self-injury are even higher in parts of the United States, according to government data. Boys are half as likely to harm themselves.

The Oregonian — Portland-area measles case leads to 500 people notified of potential exposure

Upward of 500 people might have been exposed to the measles after someone with the virus entered a Gresham child care center, Multnomah County health officials said Monday.

The New York Times — When health insurance prices rose last year, around a million Americans dropped coverage

People earning too much to qualify for subsidies are finding themselves priced out, according to a new government report.

Associated Press — Fresh grounds for coffee: Study shows it may boost longevity

Go ahead and have that cup of coffee, maybe even several more. New research shows it may boost chances for a longer life, even for those who down at least eight cups daily.

Men’s Health — How to stay safe during the brutal heat wave and prevent heat exhaustion

The Central and Eastern regions of the United States are currently experiencing a brutal heat wave, expected to last through July 4. Public health experts are warning people to stay indoors to avoid a heat-related illness. Know the signs of heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke, which can all be avoided with a few simple precautions.