NBC — More than 100 tested for coronavirus in the U.S.; just 5 cases confirmed so far, CDC says

As the coronavirus outbreak continues on in China, at least 110 people in the U.S. are undergoing testing for the new respiratory illness, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Monday.

CDC – Marburg virus found circulating in bats in West Africa

CDC scientists have identified active circulation of Marburg virus in bat colonies for the first time in Sierra Leone, according to a study published in Nature Communications.

Associated Press – Macedonia imposes urgent measures due to severe pollution

North Macedonia’s government on Monday said it was imposing urgent measures in the country’s capital, Skopje, and the western city of Tetovo in order to protect people from severely high levels of air pollution.

NPR – What is postpartum depression? Recognizing the signs and getting help

An estimated 1 in 7 women experiences depression during or after pregnancy. Among some groups, such as teenage moms and women with a history of trauma, the rate can be even higher.

Vox – YouTube has a big climate misinformation problem it can’t solve

YouTube is actively spreading climate misinformation to millions of viewers through its recommendation algorithms, a new report says.

The Hill – California officials say seized illegal vapes tainted with undisclosed additives

Illegal marijuana vaping pens in California are tainted with potentially dangerous additives, state officials said Monday.

Study: U.S. counties with greater social mobility are also home to better life expectancy.

For Americans who live in communities where prospects for economic advancement are scant, life is not only bleak — it’s shorter too.