ABC News – Trauma suffered in childhood echoes across generations, study finds

Trauma in childhood echoes through generations, according to new research that could have implications for thousands of migrant children recently separated from parents at the U.S. border.

Kaiser Health News – Despite U.S. court’s ruling, Medicaid work requirements advance in other states

The fallout from Friday’s federal court ruling that struck down the Medicaid work requirement in Kentucky was swift. The decision by Judge James Boasberg immediately blocked Kentucky from enacting the provision in Campbell County, which had been set to start Sunday and roll out statewide later this year.

CNN – More than 200 people ill from parasite in Del Monte vegetable tray recall

An outbreak of cyclosporiasis has sickened 212 people in four states since May, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. Seven of those individuals have been hospitalized.

NPR – How more carbon dioxide in the air could lead to more human disease

The rising level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere means that crops are becoming less nutritious, and that change could lead to higher rates of malnutrition that predispose people to various diseases.

TIME – Today’s Google doodle honors public health pioneer Helen Rodríguez Trías. Here’s what to know

She continued to devote herself to women’s and children’s health, along the way becoming the founder of the New York Latino Commission on AIDS and the first Latina president of the American Public Health Association, according to the New York Times.