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Here’s what’s known about King Charles III’s health history following the announcement of his cancer diagnosis. (AP)
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to weigh in on whether COVID misinformation is protected speech. (STAT)
Law enforcement seizures of psilocybin rose between 2017 and 2022. (Drug and Alcohol Dependence)
Novo Nordisk’s parent company will buy Catalent in a $16.5 billion deal that could help expand its semaglutide (Wegovy) supply. (CNBC)
A South Carolina woman sued the state in an effort to have it clarify its fetal heartbeat abortion ban. (The Hill)
More state Medicaid programs said housing is healthcare. (KFF Health News)
Could the question of “which arm?” make a difference for vaccinations? (New York Times)
The CDC relaunched an anti-smoking ad campaign that includes a focus on menthol.
This is how the anti-vaccine movement reacted to the threat of measles. (CNBC)
Sleep health among Black adults worsened after exposure to officer-involved killings of unarmed Black individuals, a study in JAMA Internal Medicine showed.
Most emergency department visits for conducted energy device injuries involved young Black and white males from low-income areas, researchers also reported in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Rio de Janeiro declared a dengue health emergency just days before Carnival is set to get underway.
Vertex Pharmaceuticals announced positive results from pivotal trials of its vanzacaftor/tezacaftor/deutivacaftor (“vanza triple”) to treat cystic fibrosis.
Amid a dearth of resources, students were sometimes the biggest mental health advocates for … students. (New York Times)
Insight Pharmaceuticals is voluntarily recalling two lots of its TING 1% tolnaftate athlete’s foot antifungal spray due to the presence of benzene.
Could plant-based meat soon have animal fat? (Washington Post)
Meanwhile, the milk wars rage on. (Wall Street Journal)
Football was linked with structural and physiological differences in adolescent players’ brains. (JAMA Network Open)
Country singer Toby Keith died at the age of 62 following a battle with stomach cancer. (CNN)
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