PoliticoFederal scientists warned of coming opioid crisis in 2006

Two of the government’s top scientists detected the first signs of the emerging opioid crisis back in 2006 and tried to warn health officials and the public of the coming catastrophe, according to a confidential document.

The New York TimesMigrant families would face indefinite detention under new Trump rule

The Trump administration on Wednesday unveiled a regulation to allow it to indefinitely detain migrant families who cross the border without legal permission.

Fox NewsMore college students are turning to campus counselors for mental health help

Colleges and universities in North Carolina have counseling centers to help students address mental health concerns.

NPRWHO study finds no evidence of health concerns from microplastics in drinking water

WHO says there’s not enough evidence to conclude that microplastics — which exist nearly everywhere in the environment and show up in drinking water — pose a risk to human health, but it cautions that more research is needed.

Reuters HealthFewer U.S. teens participating in substance abuse prevention programs

Participation in substance abuse prevention programs has dropped significantly since the early 2000s, a study finds.