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A state judge put the public ban on unvaccinated minors on hold in Rockland County late Friday, saying the small percentage of cases there did not meet the definition of an epidemic. (CNN)
Speaking of measles outbreaks, Maryland is now reporting a case of measles in Baltimore County. (Patch.com)
Over in Washington, D.C., a children's hospital reported an outbreak of norovirus, with three patients testing positive. (Fox News)
An anonymous contributor worries about bias among doctors when treating Trump supporters. (KevinMD)
The FDA on Friday cleared the Horizon TMS Therapy system to include 3-minute intermittent theta burst stimulation for patients with major depressive disorder, manufacturer Magstim announced.
An early physician advocate for opioids in chronic pain said he will testify against OxyContin manufacturer Purdue Pharmaceuticals and other drug companies. (Reuters)
In Finland, the ruling center-right party faces criticism for underfunding nursing homes, which may hand leftists a win in next week's national election. (Reuters)
A little-known, drug-resistant fungal species is spreading around the world, and public health experts are worried. (The New York Times)
The first kidney donor with HIV hopes her story will help to combat HIV-related stigma. (NPR)
AP looks into the latest "issues, science and perspectives" on the effects of smoking pot compared to smoking cigarettes.
Mick Jagger said he's recovering nicely from his TAVR procedure, and the Rolling Stones now expect to begin their postponed tour in July. (Reuters)
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