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Public health officials continue to investigate multiple outbreaks of Salmonella linked to small turtles, the CDC said.
All 10 pharmaceutical companies with drugs selected for the first round of Medicare price negotiations agreed to participate in the program.
The WHO recommended a new malaria vaccine for children.
Could scientists still invent an HIV vaccine? (STAT)
A possible strike of 75,000 health workers at Kaiser Permanente looms. (CNN)
The event would mark the largest healthcare strike in U.S. history should it proceed, according to unions. (Axios)
PrEP for HIV prevention is not reaching Black women. (NPR)
As more schools stock overdose reversal medications, others worry about stigma. (KFF Health News)
Doctors are finding themselves navigating political landmines. (STAT)
Multi-strain probiotics were associated with a reduction in all-cause mortality in preterm infants. (JAMA Pediatrics)
Hospira issued a voluntary nationwide recall for 4.2% sodium bicarbonate injection, and 1% and 2% lidocaine hydrochloride injection, over possible glass particulate matter.
Can an at-home test tell women whether they’re in menopause? (New York Times)
Here’s a look inside a New York City hospital on the front lines of the migrant crisis. (NBC News)
Disparities in kidney transplant waitlisting were not attributable to population differences in comorbidity burden, retrospective data showed. (JAMA Internal Medicine)
The FDA approved a single-use injection device to streamline patient administration of pegcetacoplan (Empaveli) for adults with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, Apellis Pharmaceuticals announced.
Sanofi reached an agreement with Janssen to develop a vaccine candidate for extra-intestinal pathogenic E.coli. (Reuters)
Emergency physicians consider rejecting “excited delirium” as a cause of death. (KFF Health News)
This is why dengue in Europe could be disastrous for the rest of the world. (Politico)
Wildlife researchers seek to understand urban animals and the diseases they carry — and the potential risk to humans. (New York Times)
These doctors are trying to reduce healthcare’s carbon footprint. (NPR)
A 16-year-old TikTok user shared her experience living with epidermolysis bullosa, a rare genetic condition in which the skin easily blisters and tears. (People)