Independent – Girls account for nine out of 10 US teenagers killed by partner but issue of teen abuse not taken seriously, study finds

Ms Adhia, a senior fellow at the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Centre at the University of Washington School of Medicine, said 90 per cent of the perpetrators are male and guns are the most common weapon used.

Philadelphia Inquirer – Listing added sugar content in soda could save $31 billion in health costs, study finds

Labeling the added sugar content of soda could save $31 billion in health care costs, according to new research from Tufts University and the University of Liverpool.

The Washington Post – Unaware he had measles, a man traveled from N.Y. to Michigan, infecting 39 people

“Patient Zero” offers a cautionary tale about how speedily one of the most infectious pathogens on the planet can spread.

Scripps – Those born between 1957 and 1989 may not be protected from measles, despite getting vaccine

People in their 30s to early 60s could be at a greater risk of contracting the virus because they may have only gotten one dose of the MMR vaccine.

CityLab – Mapping where traffic pollution hurts children most

In the U.S., over 6 million children had ongoing asthma in 2016. Globally, asthma kills around 1,000 people every day—and its prevalence is rising.