Biden's Memory Lapses; Pharmacist Dies on the Job; Arrested for Brain Bleed?

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A report about President Biden's handling of classified documents , including a claim he could not remember the year his son Beau died. "My memory is fine," Biden snapped back. (CNBC)

Following the report, a Republican House member called on Biden's cabinet to under the 25th amendment. (The Hill)

Black women in the U.S. were than white women over the past 2 decades. (The Lancet)

More and more states are considering whether to allow . (Axios)

Native Americans have the worst , according to a Washington Post and Markup analysis.

Stress was a central factor driving some teens to drugs and alcohol use, according to new .

Ohio from its plans to impose restrictions on gender-affirming care for adults. (AP)

After a report detailed a on the job in 2021, the company said it plans to invest in a "." (USA Today, Fox Business)

As Medicare drug-price negotiations get underway, AstraZeneca's CEO called the government's first offer "." (Endpoints News)

More scientists and physicians are turning their attention to in men. (New York Times)

Some doctors are prescribing , while others say more research is needed. (STAT)

Real-world data from Europe showed the monoclonal antibody nirsevimab (Beyfortus) to be among infants. (Eurosurveillance)

Junior doctors in England are for 5 days this month. (Reuters)

Thousands of civilians took shelter in the overwhelmed Mweso Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo amid escalating violence, according to .

According to a federal lawsuit, a woman with a brain bleed was and booked into jail in Washington state, where officials mocked her instead of getting her medical attention. (AP)

In Texas, a man who has been sentenced to 180 days in jail. (AP)

The House passed a bill that would ban federal health programs from using to determine a product's value. (Endpoints News)

Federal rules require that states report child care deaths, serious injuries, and abuse, . (The 19th)

The 2022 closing of Atlanta Medical Center continues to strain in the region. (NBC News)

Youth flag football is growing in popularity as concern about in tackle football rises. (NBC-KSNV)

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    Genevieve Friedman is the Opinions Editor at ľֱ. She is also a member of the content strategy team, co-producer of Anamnesis, and runs the interview series, “Medical Mavericks.”