More millennial workers want accommodations for mental health. Are employers ready?

As the number of young workers with mental health conditions increases, employers are facing a growing number of requests for mental health-related disability accommodations, and they're not always prepared to handle them, Lauren Weber reports for the Wall Street Journal.

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'Shall I compare thee to a surprise ER bill?': The 10 best #HealthPolicyValentines of 2020

Health policy wonks are celebrating Valentine's Day on Twitter with #HealthPolicyValentines, a social media tradition since 2012. We've gathered 10 of the best Twitter has to offer.

1,700+ health care workers have the new coronavirus

Chinese health officials on Friday announced 1,716 health care workers have become infected with the new coronavirus and six of them have died since the outbreak began—but a senior Chinese official said more analysis is needed to determine how the workers became infected.

Long weekend reads: The body positivity movement is embracing … your pet dog?

Scientists publish a new theory as to why people born blind don't develop schizophrenia, a new study cautions against taking too much B12, and more.

More seniors are suffering from 'self-neglect.' Here's why.

State and federal data suggests there's a growing threat to the nation's senior population that experts warn can lead to poor health outcomes or death—and that threat is self-neglect, Yuka Hayashi reports for the Wall Street Journal.

Weekly line: Why these 3 big Trump health care proposals still haven't taken effect

The Trump administration has made plenty of high-profile health care announcements in recent years—some of which have stumbled on the road to implementation. Daily Briefing's Ashley Fuoco Antonelli digs in to figure out why several proposals that were announced with great fanfare still haven't taken effect.

Around the nation: Massachusetts AG claims Juul purchased ad space on websites for kids

The allegations challenge Juul's claims that it never intentionally targeted kids or teenagers with its advertising, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.