Associated Press — Doctors, lawyers portray dire conditions for child migrants
Immigrant advocates are asking a federal judge to immediately require inspections and let doctors into border detention facilities where they say sleep-deprived, flu-stricken children are languishing in filthy conditions.

The Washington Post — HPV vaccine now recommended through age 45 in some cases
The recommendation, which came during a two-day meeting of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, could expand the pool of people whose insurance providers may cover the HPV vaccine.

The Guardian — Poisoned by their homes: how the US is failing children exposed to lead
Hundreds of thousands of children in the US remain at risk of exposure to lead, which causes cognitive and behavioral deficits.

The New York Times — Scabies means misery. This pill can end it.
Scabies can be controlled with a pill or two, and the protective effect lasts for years, scientists reported on Wednesday.

NBC News — Banning e-cigarettes, not tobacco products, is ‘ludicrous,’ some public health experts say
San Francisco’s ban on electronic cigarettes is an “insane public policy,” some public health experts say, arguing that the city should ban all tobacco products instead.

Kaiser Health News — As the economy surges, a dramatic drop in workers on disability
Tens of thousands of Californians have come off the Social Security disability payroll and gone back to work, part of a national trend that reflects a surging U.S. economy, a shift toward less conventional work and tighter supervision of what qualifies a worker for disability benefits.