NPR – Trump administration announces sweeping changes to federal family planning program

The Trump administration has issued its final draft of a rule that makes sweeping changes to Title X, the federal program that provides birth control and other reproductive health services to millions of low-income Americans.

Associated Press – Severely ill children left in limbo by Venezuela-US crisis

Carlos Acosta thought his prayers had been answered when he was able to fly his son out of Venezuela, where hospitals lack basic supplies, to Spain for a needed bone marrow transplant.

Wired – Think Facebook has an anti-vaxxer problem? You should see Amazon

The problem of distrust runs deeper than social media, with Amazon’s recommendation algorithms also pushing people towards anti-vaxx content

Atlanta Journal Constitution – Here’s why more younger women are having heart attacks, study says

Nearly 800,000 Americans have a heart attack each year, and younger women account for more than 30 percent of them, according to a new report.

The Washington Post – For older people who stay in their homes, help is needed but often is inadequate.

About 25 million Americans who are aging in place rely on help from other people and de­vices such as canes, raised toilets or shower seats to perform essential daily activities, according to a new study documenting how older adults adapt to their changing physical abilities.