The Washington Post — Antivaxxers go viral in communities battling measles 

New York has become ground zero in one of this country’s largest and longest-lasting measles outbreaks in nearly 30 years.

Associated Press — 5th migrant child dies after detention by U.S. border agents

Advocates demanded that President Donald Trump’s administration act to safeguard the lives of children in detention as border crossings surge and the U.S. Border Patrol detains thousands of families at a time in overcrowded facilities, tents, and outdoor spaces.

Louisville Courier Journal — McConnell introduces bill to make 21 the legal age to buy tobacco products

Kentucky’s senior U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, a Republican, announced Monday that he and Sen. Tim Kaine, a Virginia Democrat, have filed a bipartisan bill to raise the age to 21 nationwide to buy tobacco products.

The New York Times — A.I. took a test to detect lung cancer. It got an A.

Computers were as good or better than doctors at detecting tiny lung cancers on CT scans, in a study by researchers from Google and several medical centers.

Modern Healthcare — Behavioral health cases doubled over a decade

Behavioral health diagnoses ballooned over the past decade as more youths cope with mental health and substance abuse issues, according to a new analysis of private health insurance claims.