Damar Hamlin’s collapse tests NFL’s mental-health commitment
The Wall Street Journal reports that some NFL athletes are reluctant to play after Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed during a game and received emergency treatment on live television.
The Los Angeles Times has the latest on the extreme winter storms slamming California.
The expertise of coroners — who investigate the cause of criminal and unexplained deaths — varies dramatically across the country. In some cases, they’re not required to have ever taken a science course. Kaiser Health News looks at why.
The Washington Post details the long-term health benefits of participating in “Dry January,” a monthlong abstention from alcohol, while NPR argues that we’re living in a golden age for drinkers of nonalcoholic beer, wine, and spirits.