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Stuck In A Rut? Sometimes Joy Takes A Little Practice – NPR

Flesh-Eating Parasites May Be Expanding Their Range As Climate Heats Up – NPR

Millions Of Teens Experience Abusive Relationships. Here’s How Adults Can Help – NPR

To Keep Your Brain Young, Take Some Tips From Our Earliest Ancestors – NPR

Unpaid Caregivers Were Already Struggling. It’s Only Gotten Worse During The Pandemic – NPR

5 Ways To Stop Summer Colds From Making The Rounds In Your Family – NPR

How TV Dramas Informed and Misinformed Perceptions Of The War On Drugs – NPR

How To Control (And Even Use) Your Anger — With Meditation – NPR

Still Don’t Want To Go Out? Here Are 3 Books For An Inner Journey – NPR

Lyme Disease-Carrying Ticks Are Turning Up On California’s Beaches – NPR

Women Now Drink As Much As Men — Not So Much For Pleasure, But To Cope – NPR


Walmart Announces Its Own Brand of Low-Cost Analog Insulin – TIME

What the U.S. Can Learn About Health Care From This West Virginia County’s Successful Vaccine Rollout – TIME

The So-Called Delta Plus Variant of COVID-19 Is Dangerous But Appears Unlikely to Be a Game-Changer – TIME

The U.S. COVID-19 Outbreak Is Still Bad — And it Could Get Worse – TIME

After Weeks of Declining Vaccination Rates in the U.S., They Went Back Up in June. Will the Momentum Last? – TIME

‘Not Equitable and Not Fair.’ How the WHO Plans to Solve Africa’s Desperate Shortage of COVID-19 Vaccines – TIME

Preventing the Next Health Crisis Depends on Health Workers. We Need 18 Million More – TIME

Human Waste Could Be The Next Big Weapon in Controlling COVID-19 – TIME

Why We Must Improve Vaccine Manufacturing Before the Next Pandemic – TIME

To Fix America’s Broken Health Care System, We Must Rethink Who Counts as an Expert – TIME

We Used to Have a Lyme Disease Vaccine. Are We Ready to Bring One Back? – TIME

How COVID-19 Vaccination Became a Climate Metaphor – TIME

Almost 25% of COVID-19 Patients Develop Long-Lasting Symptoms, According to a New Report – TIME

COVID-19 Exposed the Faults in America’s Elder Care System. This Is Our Best Shot to Fix Them – TIME

What We Learned About Genetic Sequencing During COVID-19 Could Revolutionize Public Health – TIME

Teletherapy Aimed to Make Mental Health Care More Inclusive. The Data Show a Different Story – TIME

How Can We Escape the COVID-19 Vaccine Culture Wars? – TIME

The U.S. Can and Should Vaccinate Every Health Care Worker in the World – TIME

The U.S. Vaccination Effort Is Leaving Its Most Vulnerable Residents Behind – TIME

The U.S. Has Failed to Persuade Americans to Get Vaccines. Here’s How It Should Course-Correct – TIME

The Baby Brokers: Inside America’s Murky Private-Adoption Industry – TIME

How COVID-19 Is Revolutionizing Health Care Around the World – TIME

‘Separate Beds Are a Bad Sign’ and 5 Other Sleep Myths That Are Hurting Your Relationship – TIME


Pfizer to request COVID-19 vaccine emergency approval for kids ages 5-11 by fall – Fox News

Early pandemic spurred ‘sharp declines’ in breast and cervical cancer screenings: CDC – Fox News

Kids grappling with suicidal crises, mental fatigue as world reopens – Fox News

Excessive screen time linked to obesity in US preteens, study finds – Fox News

AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine offers stronger immunity with 45-week gap between doses, company says – Fox News

Kids’ hospitalization rates for Type 2 diabetes more than doubled during pandemic, study shows – Fox News

Protection from Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may last for years, study finds – Fox News

WHO recommends masks — even for vaccinated people — because of delta variant – Fox News

FDA authorizes Roche drug for severely ill COVID-19 patients – Fox News

Nearly all COVID-19 deaths in US are now among unvaccinated – Fox News

Not enough data to recommend COVID-19 booster vaccines yet: CDC panel – Fox News

Children’s birthdays may have fueled COVID-19 spread, study claims – Fox News

Nursing home deaths up 32% in 2020 amid pandemic, watchdog says – Fox News

Rare COVID-19-linked syndrome in kids possible in adults too, case report notes – Fox News

Brain scans of coronavirus patients suggest ‘significant’ grey matter loss over time: study – Fox News

Doctors warn over TikTok challenge involving fake tongue piercings – Fox News

Novartis experimental prostate cancer drug gets FDA breakthrough designation – Fox  News

Intermittent fasting ‘no magic bullet’ for weight loss, researchers say – Fox News

Nearly 25% of coronavirus survivors sought care for new medical ailments, study finds – Fox News

FDA authorizes third Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine batch from troubled Baltimore plant – Fox News

Makeup products may contain potentially toxic PFAS chemicals study warns – Fox News

US delivers 1.35M Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines to Mexico – Fox News

Delta COVID-19 variant doubles risk of hospitalizations compared to Alpha strain, Scottish study finds – Fox News

UK to face ‘substantial third wave’ of coronavirus as Delta variant spreads, expert says – Fox News

Americans drank more to relieve stress amid pandemic, especially women – Fox News

US not ready for next pandemic, top CDC official warns – Fox News

New discovery could help take down drug-resistant bacteria – Fox News

CDC holding emergency meeting on heart inflammation in young males after COVID shot – Fox News

Why do some people get side effects after COVID-19 vaccines? – Fox News

US deaths from heart disease and diabetes climbed amid COVID – Fox News

Lag between COVID-19 vaccine boosters, new variants highlight need for therapeutics, expert says – Fox News

Officials urge COVID-19 vaccinations as Delta variant spreads – Fox News

Diabetics with poor sleep face higher death risk, study finds – Fox News

Placenta may help predict pregnancy complications as early as first trimester, study finds – Fox News

Plant-based diet may lower risk of severe COVID-19, study claims – Fox News

Pfizer lowers COVID-19 vaccine doses for younger kids in clinical trial – Fox News

These treatments can help COVID-19-related hair loss, doctors say – Fox News

Postpartum mental health visits up during pandemic, study finds – Fox News

What is ‘dry scooping’? Latest Tik Tok trend could be dangerous for your heart – Fox News

FDA approves new weight loss drug, first since 2014 – Fox News

Prior COVID-19 illness reduces risk of second infection for months, study finds – Fox News

Giving kids COVID-19 vaccine ‘not a high priority amid shortage, WHO says – Fox News

NIH finds potential coronavirus oral antiviral drug – Fox News

FDA warns doctors to stop using heart pump tied to deaths – Fox News

CDC alerts salmonella outbreak from breaded, stuffed chicken – Fox News

Eating fresh fruit lowers risk of type 2 diabetes, study claims – Fox News

‘No magic target’ to reach herd immunity, Walensky says – Fox News

Young adults with schizophrenia face highest suicide risk, study says – Fox News

Walensky worried over uneven COVID-19 vaccination rates as summer approaches – Fox  News

FDA recalls unauthorized at-home coronavirus rapid test over false results concerns – Fox News

Despite COVID-19 vaccines, nursing homes struggle with outbreaks – Fox News

US launches study mixing COVID-19 booster vaccine regimens – Fox News

Earlier sleep cycles linked to lower depression risk: study – Fox  News

FDA greenlights targeted therapy for lung cancer mutation – Fox News

Accidental drownings a concern as pandemic postponed swimming lessons for some – Fox News

COVID-19 prevention measures keeping childhood diseases at bay – Fox News

Study unpacks how LSD lowers brain’s barriers – Fox News


Nearly every new Covid-19 death is now entirely preventable, CDC director says – CNN

Cannabis use may be linked with suicidal thoughts, plans and attempts in young adults, study finds – CNN

US births fell during the pandemic, CDC data show – CNN

As Covid-19 deaths hit record lows, those dying are younger and more disproportionately Black than before – CNN

More infectious variant now makes up 20% of coronavirus samples tested, Fauci says – CNN

Transgender children and their parents struggle to cope with restrictive laws – CNN

Living with a short sleep gene: ‘It’s a gift’ – CNN

It has been 500 days since the first known US death from Covid-19. Variants and low vaccination rates threaten to prolong the pandemic – CNN

Your breathing can improve posture and relieve pain – CNN

Covid-19 vaccine’s impact on sperm – CNN

Parents need to start talking about puberty early – CNN

A link between Covid-19 vaccination and a cardiac illness may be getting clearer – CNN

Have suitcase, will travel! Americans take to the skies in almost pre-pandemic numbers as Covid-19 restrictions ease – CNN

Less than half the adults in five US states have received their first Covid-19 vaccine dose – CNN

Dangerous Covid variants could set back national progress against the pandemic, officials warn – CNN

States are scaling back on reporting Covid-19 data, but some experts say it’s too soon – CNN

Vaccination rates lag in some states as more cities reopen – CNN

Chinese researchers find batch of new coronaviruses in bats – CNN

CDC says fully vaccinated people don’t have to wear masks in open-air areas of public transit or at outdoor sections of hubs – CNN

CDC warns about spike in RSV cases across South – CNN

As some doses approach expiration, FDA extends shelf life for Johnson & Johnson vaccine – CNN

Skipping a trip to the grocery store may lead to fewer junk food purchases – CNN

5 non-scale signs your workouts are working – CNN

7 hopeful signs the US is moving past the worst of the pandemic – CNN

The coming flu season may be a doozy. Here’s why – CNN

From ‘geriatric pregnancy’ to ’35+ pregnancy:’ There’s a better way to talk to pregnant people – CNN

How to assess risk when going mask-free – CNN

How a ‘micro-practice’ can ease stress and help you sleep – CNN

People with diabetes who sleep badly are at greater risk of dying prematurely, study suggests – CNN

CDC study finds coronavirus vaccines lead to milder disease in rare breakthrough infections – CNN

Join the jump rope craze and burn more calories than jogging – CNN

The pandemic changed the way we ate and shopped — not always for the better – CNN

Black or ‘Other’? Doctors may be relying on race to make decisions about your health – CNN

Covid-19 cases fall, but unvaccinated children are a ‘vulnerable host’ for coronavirus, doctor says – CNN

Are you a night owl or morning lark? One may protect you from depression, study says – CNN

Why you should actually break for lunch – CNN

Your skin on chronic stress and how to fight back – CNN

Why face-to-face gatherings still matter – CNN

For the first time in over a year, the US records a daily average of fewer than 20,000 new Covid-19 cases – CNN

Masks, distancing still important even with vaccination, study suggests – CNN

Now proven against coronavirus, mRNA can do so much more – CNN

A fatty heart puts your health at risk, regardless of your weight. Here’s how to avoid it – CNN


California’s COVID-19 vaccinations rise as U.S. struggles. Does the lottery deserve credit? – Los Angeles Times

LAPD examines whether it could make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for cops – Los Angeles Times

Black, Latino residents see less progress in coronavirus case rates than whites in L.A. County – Los Angeles Times

California moves to rescind dozens of emergency COVID-19 actions as reopening nears – Los Angeles Times

Officials raise alarms about another respiratory virus as COVID-19 fades – Los Angeles Times

Telemedicine took off in the pandemic. California is now debating costs if it endures – Los Angeles Times

California COVID-19 plunges to new lows, fueling hope big reopening won’t bring new surge – Los Angeles Times

Medicare copays for new Alzheimer’s drug could reach $11,500 – Los Angeles Times

Some Black parents see less bullying, racism with online learning and are keeping kids home – Los Angeles Times

No vaccines for young children, but schools can reopen safely in the fall, a study shows – Los Angeles Times

California has one of the lowest coronavirus transmission levels in the U.S. – Los Angeles Times

Experts see strides on AIDS, but COVID-19 halted progress – Los Angeles Times

Heart reaction probed as possible rare vaccine link in teens – Los Angeles Times

California to consider ending some workplace mask requirements – Los Angeles Times

In stunning increase, Peru now says its COVID-19 death toll exceeds 180,000 – Los Angeles Times


Floridians’ access to telehealth could suffer as state order expires – Miami Herald

Mindfulness helps build happy, resilient children – Miami Herald

Pfizer and Moderna’s COVID vaccines do not affect male fertility, new UM study says – Miami Herald

Miami schools predict unprecedented mental health needs for returning students this fall – Miami Herald

Florida Supreme Court snuffs out another effort to legalize marijuana – Miami Herald

‘Obamacare’ survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge – Miami Herald

Royal Caribbean delays Odyssey of the Seas sailing after crew members test COVID positive – Miami Herald

Considering a string face-lift? You want to think twice – Miami Herald

At South Florida children’s hospitals, mental health crisis collides with staff shortages – Miami Herald

A new line of skincare products may develop from this science and treat aging skin – Miami Herald

If you’re looking for a super healthy food, try this. Your blood pressure will love it. – Miami Herald

Tennis elbow? There are two non-surgical options that may work when all else fails – Miami Herald

A new Alzheimer’s drug will soon be here. What does that mean for Florida? – Miami Herald

Uterine cancer is hitting younger women, affecting fertility.  Obese women more at risk – Miami Herald

Inter Miami nutritionist reveals how MLS diets have evolved from Hooters to quinoa – Miami Herald

Can you get a COVID vaccine at the same time as other vaccinations? What experts say – Miami Herald

I was just diagnosed with basal cell skin cancer. What are my treatment options? – Miami Herald

The number of taste buds you have may play a role whether you get COVID or not – Miami Herald

Ban on transgender athletes in girls’ and women’s scholastic sports is now Florida’s law – Miami Herald

Florida protected OB-GYNs from paying for their mistakes. They handed taxpayers the tab – Miami Herald


Why some Illinois residents will keep wearing masks, for now – Chicago Tribune

Lollapalooza tickets, Grubhub gift cards, at-home vaccination latest incentives Chicago is offering residents to get vaccine as Delta variant spreads – Chicago Tribune

Lurie Children’s Hospital misses U.S. News top 10 list again, ranks 3rd in Midwest among children’s hospitals – Chicago Tribune

Unvaccinated? Beware: As state loosens restrictions, the risk of a serious COVID-19 infection may be higher than it was last summer. – Chicago Tribune

LGBTQ couples would get fertility coverage under Illinois bill headed to governor’s desk. ‘Yes, you can become a parent.’ – Chicago Tribune

Reopening anxiety: As Illinois celebrates the milestone start of phase five, some are uneasy about dropping pandemic protocols – Chicago Tribune

Animal-to-human jump or lab leak? Here’s what we know about the US investigation into COVID-19’s origin. – Chicago Tribune

‘I can feel the clouds lifting.’ Many long-haul COVID patients report improvement post-vaccination, surprising medical experts. – Chicago Tribune

Loretto Hospital made news for improper vaccinations. Now its business ties face scrutiny. ‘The whole thing is most unfortunate.’ – Chicago Tribune

Chicago’s travel order has no restricted states for first time; state reports 401 new cases Tuesday — the fewest since March 2020 – Chicago Tribune


U.S. Poised to Fall Behind Europe on Covid-19 Vaccine First Doses – The Wall Street Journal

Vaccinated People Who Get Infected Carry Less Covid-19 Virus, CDC Researchers Say – The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 Vaccine Sites Start to Shut Down – The Wall Street Journal

Covid Fades but Is Unlikely to Vanish – The Wall Street Journal

Illicit Covid-19 Drugs Bound for Mexico Seized by U.S. Authorities – The Wall Street Journal

Delta Covid-19 Variant Could Be Dominant in U.S. in Two to Three Weeks, Study Says – The Wall Street Journal

FDA Approved Alzheimer’s Drug Despite Concerns – The Wall Street Journal

Eating Disorders Surged Among Adolescents in Pandemic – The Wall Street Journal

Moderna Plans to Expand Production for Covid-19 Vaccine Boosters – The Wall Street Journal

Seven Simple Steps to Feeling Better and Shedding Pandemic Pounds – The Wall Street Journal

High-Intensity Workouts to Avoid Dad Bod – The Wall Street Journal

Costly Brain-Cancer Drug No Longer Covered by Medicare – The Wall Street Journal

CureVac Shares Plunge Premarket on Disappointing Vaccine Trial – The Wall Street Journal

Regeneron’s Antibody Drug Cuts Risk of Death in Some Covid-19 Patients – The Wall Street Journal

Medical-Debt Charity to Buy, Wipe Out $278 Million of Patients’ Hospital Bills – The Wall Street Journal

AstraZeneca Covid-19 Antibody Treatment Suffers Setback – The Wall Street Journal

The Surprising Good News on How Menopause Changes Your Brain – The Wall Street Journal

Novavax Covid-19 Vaccine Is 90% Effective in Key Study – The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 Deaths This Year Have Already Eclipsed 2020’s Toll – The Wall Street Journal

Positive Covid-19 Tests Fall to Lowest Recorded Rate – The Wall Street Journal

Lose Weight With a Family Fitness Challenge – The Wall Street Journal

J&J CEO Sees Covid-19 Vaccine Playing Big Role in Developing Nations – The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 Delta Variant First Found in India Is Quickly Spreading Across Globe – The Wall Street Journal

New Study Finds Slightly Elevated Risk of Bleeding Disorders After AstraZeneca Vaccine – The Wall Street Journal

Valo Health to Go Public Through SPAC Deal – The Wall Street Journal

U.S. Report Found It Plausible Covid-19 Leaked From Wuhan Lab – The Wall Street Journal

Trump Criticizes Biden Policies, Calls for Reparations From China for Covid-19 – The Wall Street Journal

Europe Pushes Alternative to Waiving Patents on Covid-19 Vaccines – The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 Vaccines for Young Children Move Ahead in Testing – The Wall Street Journal

What Can You Do to Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease? – The Wall Street Journal

Helping Kids Manage Anxiety and Ease Back Into Activities This Summer – The Wall Street Journal

Readers Share Postpartum Healthcare Gaps: ‘How Is There No Care During This Time?’ – The Wall Street Journal

Regeneron’s Covid-19 Drug Is Authorized for Injection – The Wall Street Journal

Breast-Cancer Pill Reduced Recurrence, Death in Early-Stage Patients, Study Finds – The Wall Street Journal

Developed Countries Lock Up Covid Vaccines Through 2023 – The Wall Street Journal

People With Weakened Immune Systems Turn to Vaccine Boosters – The Wall Street Journal

NIH Starts Testing Mixing and Matching Booster Shots – The Wall Street Journal

The Pandemic Made Kids’ Eyesight Worse, Doctors Say – The Wall Street Journal


Many Alzheimer’s Experts Say Use of Aduhelm Should Be Sharply Limited – The New York Times

Medicaid Enrollment Surpassed 80 Million, a Record, During the Pandemic – The New York Times

Wondering if the Vaccine Worked? Get the Right Test, at the Right Time. – The New York Times

Desperate for Covid Care, Undocumented Immigrants Resort to Unproven Drugs – The New York Times

Raising Kids to Love Exercise – The New York Times

How to Exercise in the Summer Heat – The New York Times

The Secrets of ‘Cognitive Super-Agers’ – The New York Times

Morning People May Be at Lower Risk of Depression Than Night Owls – The New York Times

The Health Benefits of Coffee – The New York Times

New York’s state of emergency will end Thursday. Booze to go will end along with it. – The New York Times

The Biden administration plans to extend the federal moratorium on evictions for another month. – The New  York Times

C.D.C. researchers identify 1,200 cases of post-vaccination heart problems, noting they remain very rare. – The New York Times

With Mass Vaccination Sites Winding Down, It’s All About the ‘Ground Game’ – The New York Times

They Relied on Chinese Vaccines. Now They’re Battling Outbreaks – The New York Times

New Drug Could Cost the Government as Much as It Spends on NASA – The New York Times

With Vaccination Goal in Doubt, Biden Warns of Variant’s Threat – The New York Times

F.D.A. Still Lacks a Permanent Chief, Despite Pressing, Weighty Problems – The New York Times

How to Reopen Offices Safely – The New York Times

The C.D.C.’s New Leader Follows the Science. Is That Enough? – The New York Times

Outcry Forces UnitedHealthcare to Delay Plan to Deny Coverage for Some E.R. Visits – The New York Times

A Multbillion-Dollar Plan to End Polio, and Soon – The New York Times

Reports of Severe Covid or Death After Vaccination Are Rare, but Not Unexpected – The New York Times

AstraZeneca Vaccine Carries Slightly Higher Risk of Bleeding Disorders, Study Shows – The New York Times

Experts warn that the drop in U.S. testing will make it harder to track outbreaks. – The New York Times

F.D.A. details failures at a Baltimore plant that led to unusable vaccine doses. – The New York Times

Covid-Sniffing Dogs Are Accurate but Face Hurdles for Widespread Use – The New York Times

What to Know About Testing and Vaccine Requirements for Travel – The New York Times

The C.D.C. is investigating nearly 800 cases of rare heart problems following immunizations. – The New York Times

The C.D.C. urges parents to get childhood vaccinations up to date following a steep decline last year. – The New York Times

Widespread vaccination of adults helps protect unvaccinated children, according to a new Israeli study. – The New York Times

OSHA issues a new Covid safety rule, but only for the health care industry. – The New York Times

Moderna applies for U.S. authorization of its vaccine for use in adolescents. – The New York Times

What Groups Are Still Dying of Covid in the U.S.? – The New York Times

Biden to Send 500 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine to 100 Countries Over a Year – The New York Times

Government Warns Doctors and Insurers: Don’t Bill for Covid Vaccines – The New York Times

F.D.A. Approves Alzheimer’s Drug Despite Fierce Debate Over Whether It Works – The New York Times

A U.N. Declaration on Ending AIDS Should Have Been Easy. It Wasn’t. – The New York Times

How the ‘Alpha’ Coronavirus Variant Became So Powerful – The New York Times

Looking to Tackle Prescription Overload – The New York Times

We’ll Probably Need Booster Shots for Covid-19. But When? And Which Ones? – The  New York Times

The Sperm-Count ‘Crisis’ Doesn’t Add Up – The New York Times

What’s Keeping You Up at Night? – The New York Times

When Your Job Harms Your Mental Health – The New York Times

Virtual Reality Therapy Plunges Patients Back Into Trauma. Here Is Why Some Swear by It. – The New York Times

States warn J.&J. doses could expire soon and the White House urges them to consult the F.D.A. – The New York  Times

Workplace Harassment in the Age of Remote Work – The New York Times

In the U.S., vaccines for the youngest are expected this fall. – The New York Times

Alzheimer’s Drug Is  Bonanza for Biogen, Most Likely at Taxpayer Expense – The New  York Times

We Could All Use a Health Coach – The New York Times

Alzheimer’s Drug Poses a Dilemma for the F.D.A. – The New York Times

Blinded by Brighter Headlights? It’s Not Your Imagination. – The New York Times

Teens Are Rarely Hospitalized With Covid, but Cases Can Be Severe – The New York Times

Covid hospitalizations are rare among children, but still more frequent than for flu, the C.D.C. says. – The New York Times

First U.S. Vaccine Donations Will Go to ‘Wide Range’ of Nations in Need – The New York Times

Don’t Eat Cicadas if You’re Allergic to Seafood, F.D.A. Warns – The New York Times

Medical Journals Blind to Racism as Health Crisis, Critics Say – The New York Times

Something Bothering You? Tell It to Woebot. – The New York Times

The Covid Vaccine Is Free, but Not Everyone Believes That – The New York Times


CureVac, the latest experimental coronavirus vaccine, proves just 48 percent effective overall, a disappointing result – The Washington Post

85 teens, staffers get coronavirus at summer camp that didn’t require masks or check vaccine status – The Washington Post

Prohibited, unlisted, even dangerous ingredients turn up in dietary supplements –  The Washington Post

When will 70% of adults in your state have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine? – The Washington Post

Biden names veteran of last cancer moonshot to help direct new initiative – The Washington Post

Los Angeles urges everyone to mask up because of delta variant — even the vaccinated – The Washington Post

Coronavirus vaccines are widely available in the U.S. So why are scientists working on new ones? – The Washington Post

This weight-loss device locks your jaw nearly shut. Experts say that’s dangerous and barbaric. – The Washington Post

Juul agrees to pay North Carolina $40 million to settle vaping accusations – The Washington Post

How to deal with common digestive problems – The Washington Post

Coffee seen reducing risk of chronic liver disease by 21 percent – The Washington Post

Anatomy of a health conundrum: The racial gap in vaccinations – The Washington Post

Should parents hide negative feelings over the pandemic to protect their kids? Not really. – The Washington Post

Sepsis prediction tool used by hospitals misses many cases, study says. Firm that developed the tool disputes those findings. – The Washington Post

How to get rid of mosquitoes, and other tips for dealing with these pesky insects – The Washington Post

Rhabdo is rare but potentially fatal. Here’s why fitness experts fear a rise in cases this summer. – The Washington Post

What we learned about wellness while working from home, and how to use those insights – The Washington Post

American Red Cross warns of ‘severe’ blood shortage as more in U.S. return to pre-pandemic life – The Washington Post

Seattle scientists digs up deleted coronavirus genetic data, adding fuel to the covid origin debate – The Washington Post

Spread of delta coronavirus variant exposes poorly vaccinated regions to renewed danger – The Washington Post

FDA releases fresh details on internal debate over controversial Alzheimer’s drug – The Washington Post

153 people resigned or were fired from a Texas hospital system after refusing to get vaccinated – The Washington Post

U.S. to narrowly miss Biden’s July 4 vaccination goal, White House says – The Washington Post

CDC to suspend import of dogs 113 countries over rabies concerns – The Washington Post

Youngest adults are least likely to be vaccinated, and their interest in shots is declining, CDC finds – The Washington Post

Medicaid enrollment swells during the pandemic, reaching a new high – The Washington Post

Only 7 percent of adults are consuming the right amount of fiber – The Washington Post

New book offers fresh details about chaos, conflicts inside Trump’s pandemic response – The Washington Post

Scientists battle over the ultimate origin story: Where did the coronavirus come from? – The Washington Post

Calling mental health workers, not police, to deal with mental health crisis – The Washington Post

Pandemic brought out something positive for some people — resilience – The Washington Post

CDC launches multistate investigation after imported rescue dog tests positive for rabies variant twice eradicated in U.S. – The Washington Post

Cutting heart attacks, strokes possible even in young adults with poor cardiovascular health – The Washington Post

Addiction treatment had failed. Could brain surgery save him? – The Washington Post

CDC investigating TB cases linked to tainted bone repair product used in more than 100 patients – The Washington Post

The quest for a pill to fight viruses gets a $3.2 billion boost – The Washington Post

Furor rages over FDA approval of controversial Alzheimer’s drug – The Washington Post

Nearly 900 people got expired Pfizer-BioNTech shots in New York City – The Washington Post

CureVac, latest experimental coronavirus vaccine, proved just 47 percent effective amid spread of variants, preliminary analysis shows – The Washington Post

As coronavirus recedes, colds and common viruses are back — especially among children – The Washington Post

NIH study suggests coronavirus may have been in U.S. as early as December 2019 – The Washington Post

Trump’s FDA commissioner takes jab at Moderna backer – The Washington Post

How family caregivers can deal with stress, find help during the pandemic – The Washington Post

Weighted Hula-Hoops: ‘Feel like a kid again’ with this pandemic fitness trend – The Washington Post

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem. Here’s what you can do about it. – The Washington Post

How to make the most of your first doctor’s appointment in a while – The Washington Post

Brush up on how to care for your teeth with these tips from dentists – The Washington Post

What burnout really means, and what bosses and employees can do about it – The Washington Post

Staging a post-pandemic athletic comeback? Take tips from these successful senior competitors. – The Washington Post

Maine tries to shift the cost of recycling onto companies instead of taxpayers – The Washington Post

The past 2 decades have seen dramatic rise in elderly taking drugs that can lead to falls – The Washington Post

HIV infections have dropped by 73 percent in the past 40 years – The Washington Post

Seeking clues to mysteries of coronavirus by studying a person’s ability to taste bitterness – The Washington Post

Weight stigma study in the U.S. and 5 other nations shows the worldwide problem of such prejudice. – The Washington Post

What really explains the sway of cults? It all comes down to their words, author says. – The Washington Post

Jury awards $15 million in landmark case over embryos, eggs destroyed in fertility clinic tank failure – The Washington Post

600,000 dead: With normal life in reach, covid’s late-stage victims lament what could have been – The Washington Post

FDA has decided at least 60 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine must be discarded; 10 million can be released – The Washington Post

FDA advisers debate standards on a coronavirus vaccine for young children – The Washington Post

Drop in childhood vaccinations during pandemic may raise risk of other outbreaks when schools reopen, CDC says – The Washington Post

Two members of an FDA advisory committee quit after approval of controversial Alzheimer’s drug – The Washington Post

Biden’s global vaccine strategy draws scrutiny ahead of G-7 pandemic talks – The Washington Post

Washington announces cannabis giveaway in state-approved ‘joint for jabs’ vaccine campaign – The Washington Post

Should my child get a coronavirus vaccine? Is it safe? Here’s what you should know. – The Washington Post

CDC: ER visits for suspected suicide attempts among teenage girls rose during pandemic – The Washington Post

Food security isn’t enough. Anti-hunger experts say the focus should be on nutrition security. – The Washington Post

Sacrificing sleep to make time for yourself? Tips to stop ‘revenge bedtime procrastination.’ – The Washington Post

Save your skin: How you shower matters more than when, dermatologists say – The Washington Post

Despite pandemic, carbon dioxide level in atmosphere hits record high – The Washington Post

U.S. details global coronavirus vaccine plan, with first 25 million doses headed to Asia, Latin America, Caribbean, Africa – The Washington Post

‘Devastating, tragic, and deadly’: VA leaders in Arkansas allowed impaired pathologist to harm hundreds of veterans, watchdog finds – The Washington Post

Biden’s global vaccine strategy draws scrutiny ahead of G-7 pandemic talks – The Washington Post

Washington announces cannabis giveaway in state-approved ‘joint for jabs’ vaccine campaign – The Washington Post

Delta variant accounts for 6 percent of new U.S. coronavirus infections – The Washington Post

Mastercard Foundation donates $1.3 billion to boost Africa’s coronavirus response – The Washington Post

FDA approves first drug intended to slow cognitive decline caused by Alzheimer’s disease – The Washington Post

The facts about multivitamins – The Washington Post

Scientists begin to unravel the mysteries of the coronavirus and brains – The Washington Post

Vaccination rates fall off, imperiling Biden’s July Fourth goal – The Washington Post

Doctors should do ‘biopsychosocial’ biopsies, where they learn who their patients are as people – The Washington Post

With pandemic problems easing, having real fun needs to be taken seriously – The Washington Post

For Black kidney patients, an algorithm may help perpetuate harmful racial disparities – The Washington Post

50.2 million people live with chronic pain in the U.S. – The Washington Post

Americans re-emerge after pandemic isolation: ‘Like the end of Prohibition’ – The Washington Post

CDC director urges parents to vaccinate teens, pointing to increase in severe cases – The Washington Post

Shade wars: Another pandemic summer, another battle for protection from the sun – The Washington Post

When the ‘mean girl’ is a woman: How to deal with an adult bully – The Washington Post

A lab found a carcinogen in dozens of sunscreens. Here’s what those findings really mean. – The Washington Post

How to know when you need a mental health break and ways to make the most of it – The Washington Post

Masks have stopped disease spread for centuries. Here’s why they may catch on in the U.S. – The Washington Post

Jumping rope has physical and mental benefits. Here’s how to do it safely and effectively. – The Washington Post

Your ability to focus may be limited to 4 or 5 hours a day. Here’s how to make the most of them. – The Washington Post