MediBulletin — 3 in 5 babies not breastfed in 1st hour of birth: UNICEF/WHO

An estimated 78 million babies – or three in five – are not breastfed within the first hour of life. This puts them at higher risk of death and disease, making them less likely to continue breastfeeding.

CNN — Rare two-day protest over China vaccine scandal reveals public anger

A group of angry Chinese parents and activists have gathered twice in two days outside government buildings in Beijing to protest a recent scandal over defective vaccines, a rare display of public dissatisfaction in the tightly-policed Chinese capital.

The New York Times — Recognizing eating disorders in time to help

Experts say an eating disorder should not be considered normal adolescent behavior, and they urge adults to try to stop the problem before it becomes entrenched.

IFLScience — How much does a single measles outbreak cost us all?

The primary reason to prevent the return of measles is that the virus can kill people, particularly those too young to have fully developed immune systems. When a virus produces no deaths, it is often treated as minor. However, a study of a single outbreak reveals the price paid by the public health system, diverting resources away from other diseases, and quite possibly triggering indirect deaths as a result.

The Washington Post — E-cigarette maker Juul targeted teens with false claims of safety, lawsuit says

Juul Labs has claimed its product is for adult smokers only, but several lawsuits contradict that mission. The filings allege the start-up deceptively marketed the Juul as safe and targeted youth from the get-go.