Missing Doc Found Dead; Trump's False Insulin Claim; CDC's Bird Flu Study

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Missing Doc Found Dead; Trump's False Insulin Claim; CDC's Bird Flu Study

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The search is over for Michael Mosley, MD, after the British television personality and weight-loss doctor was found of Symi. (AP)

Former President Donald Trump is taking credit for , saying President Biden "had nothing to do with it" despite the $35 price cap for Medicare passed under the Biden administration. (CNBC)

In other news about the presumptive GOP nominee, public health officials fear a second Trump administration could . (Politico)

The FDA told vaccine makers to manufacture monovalent for the 2024-2025 season.

And the agency for the treatment of actinic keratosis on larger areas of the face or scalp, drugmaker Almirall announced.

Democrats are targeting that prevent or delay generic entry to the market. (Washington Post)

In other D.C. news, Congress let benefits expire for Americans . (Salt Lake Tribune)

As part of a merger, Oregon Health & Science University announced plans to . (OPB)

Over from 2008 to 2018 due to chronic exposure to wildfire smoke, researchers estimated. (Science Advances)

The uninsured rate among minority groups since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act's coverage provisions, HHS announced.

A CDC study of found that the virus doesn't spread efficiently via respiratory droplets, but all the infected ferrets died.

But public health officials are of the bird flu strain among cattle. (Reuters)

Meanwhile, Australia reported its in a human. (Reuters)

Could a ? (NPR)

isn't uncommon in long-term care. (New York Times)

Public health officials and physicians are in Phoenix, where 645 people died of heat-related illness last year. (Washington Post)

EMTs are even deploying "immersion bags" for those in need of rapid cooling. (New York Times)

The American Cancer Society plans to follow more then 100,000 Black women for 30 years in a study on factors driving their and deaths. (New York Times)

The Kansas City Chiefs' defensive end following his seizures and cardiac arrest. (ESPN)

Data show a 200% rise in in the last seven years; the hair-loss prevention drug has drawn scrutiny in the past for rare side effects. (NBC News)

The Diamond Shruumz's microdosing chocolate bars after six people were hospitalized for severe symptoms, including seizures and loss of consciousness.

How the fast-growing aims to leave the doctor's office behind. (Washington Post)