The New York Times – Deadly falls in older Americans are rising. Here’s how to prevent them.

The rate of deaths after falls is rising for people over 75, a new study shows. But falls are avoidable for most seniors. We have some tips.

NBC News – Teenagers can be seriously harmed by dietary supplements

Teenagers using dietary supplements to lose weight, gain weight or build muscle could be putting themselves at risk for serious harm and even death.

The Washington Post – The Big Number: 72,947 calls to poison control centers about liquid laundry pods

Liquid laundry detergent packets, often called pods, help make washing clothes easier. But they carry a risk of poisoning and chemical burns, especially for young children.

The New York Times – Sweden finds a simple way to improve new mothers’ health. It involves fathers.

The flexibility to have an extra person at home, even for a few days, offers significant postpartum benefits, new research shows.

NYU Langone Health – Large gaps in life expectancy in major U.S. cities linked to racial/ethnic segregation by neighborhood

Among the 500 largest U.S. cities, 56 have very large life expectancy gaps between census tracts, where on average people in one neighborhood can expect to live 20 to 30 years longer than their neighbors a few miles away.