Buzzfeed – 1 in 4 teenage girls self-harm, according to a new survey of us high school students

New research from the American Journal of Public Health suggests that self-injuries are prevalent among US teens, and that the rate for girls is twice as high as the rate for boys.

U.S. News & World Report – Study: Vaping doesn’t help smokers quit cigarettes

A new study found electronic nicotine delivery systems did not assist in cigarette smokers’ efforts to quit.

The Washington Post – Administration slashes grants to help Americans get Affordable Care Act coverage

The Trump administration is eliminating most of the funding for grass-roots groups that help Americans get Affordable Care Act insurance and will for the first time urge the groups to promote health plans that bypass the law’s consumer protections and required benefits.

NBC News – Vitamin supplements don’t lower heart risk, study finds

A new study published Tuesday confirms earlier research showing that people who take supplements, including vitamins and minerals, do little or nothing to reduce their risk of heart disease.

USA Today – Lawsuits alleging weed killer Roundup caused cancer given green light by San Francisco judge

Hundreds of lawsuits claiming Monsanto’s weed killer Roundup caused cancer were given the green light to proceed to trial, a San Francisco judge ruled Tuesday.