The Hill — House panel claims Juul deliberately targeted children, teens

The company “deployed a sophisticated program to enter schools and convey its messaging directly to teenage children,” the House Oversight and Reform subcommittee claimed.


NBC — Military fights a deadly enemy: Heat

More U.S. troops are falling to heatstroke as the military struggles to balance training with rising temperatures.


CNN – Study reveals common products linked to most traumatic brain injuries in kids

Traumatic brain injuries among children and teens in the United States are most often associated with everyday consumer products and activities, such as home furnishings and fixtures or sports, according to a new study.


Politico — Clinics exiting family planning program may have to destroy contraceptives

Health clinics that quit the federal family planning program over new Trump administration anti-abortion rules may have to destroy or return tens of thousands of dollars of contraceptives and other medications.


Kaiser Health News — New protocol for HIV prevention drug reduces the number of pills required
Health officials and AIDS advocates in San Francisco hope to expand the use of an effective HIV prevention drug with a new approach that requires fewer pills than the standard once-a-day regimen.