The Washington Post – Tuberculosis is curable. So why are so many people still dying of the disease?

A new report from the World Health Organization shows that in 2016, the global success rate of treatment was 82 percent; the incidence rate is declining; and the share of people with TB who die from it is down to 16 percent, compared with 23 percent in 2000.

Bloomberg – 30% of Americans with diabetes don’t know it

It’s estimated more than 30 percent of American adults with diabetes don’t realize they’re suffering from the potentially deadly disease.

CNN – Eating junk food tied to higher risk of numerous cancers

Now, researchers have used a new nutritional labeling system to tie a diet low in nutritional quality with increased risks of a number of types of cancers.

USA Today – Feds’ new campaign against youth vaping ‘epidemic’ targets middle and high schoolers

The Food and Drug Administration is launching a first-of-its-kind public service campaign against youth vaping on Tuesday that will try new ways of reaching young people who have become hooked on nicotine.

NPR – Experts warn some coastal residents should consider rebuilding inland

“Now is the time to start slowly retreating from the shoreline,” says Orrin Pilkey, professor emeritus of earth and ocean studies at Duke University.

KTVH – Montana Public Health Association celebrates 100 years

Montana Public Health Association is celebrating 100 years of Public Health in Montana.