Daily Mail – Lyme disease is now in all 50 states: ‘Low risk’ Florida and California have become new hot spots for the tick-borne illness as rates soar nationwide

Lyme disease is now in all 50 states of America and the District of Columbia, a new study reveals. The chronic tick-borne illness has long been rampant across the North East, which has historically accounted for 95 percent of cases.

ABC News – Secondhand smoke poses greater risks for teens: Study

More than 1.1 billion adults worldwide smoke cigarettes and, though laws that limit public and workplace smoking are lessening the amount of exposure to the public, an estimated 9.6 million U.S. adolescents are exposed to tobacco smoke, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Washington Post – Somebody added cow’s milk to Almond Breeze, FDA says, sparking a recall in 28 states

The manufacturer of a popular brand of almond milk has announced a recall for what some would say sacrilegious act: Somehow, cow’s milk got into their almond milk.

The Hill – Trump officials take new step to encourage opioid abuse treatments

The FDA issued guidance to encourage the development of more drugs that can be used in what is known as Medication Assisted Treatment, a leading way to treat people with opioid addiction, through using certain drugs to reduce dependence on opioids.

Kaiser Health News – Medicaid expansion making diabetes meds more accessible to poor, study shows

Low-income people with diabetes are better able to afford their medications and manage their disease in states that expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, a new study suggests.