BioNTech said it plans to deliver Omicron-adapted vaccines in October. The vaccine, targeting the BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants, will begin clinical trials this month. (Reuters)

Women are self-managing abortions after being denied regulated access. In states that have banned abortion, some women are seeking information online and obtaining medications without the supervision of a clinic or a doctor. (The New York Times)

Republican senators blocked a cap on insulin costs initially included in the Inflation Reduction Act. They said the insulin provision was not compliant with the Senate’s budget rules. (CNBC)

As many as 50 people, including many children, were potentially exposed to monkeypox at an Illinois day care facility. Illinois health officials have determined that the individuals were either exposed to the day-care worker directly or to items that had been handled by the person. (The Washington Post)

A study found that climate hazards, ranging from floods to heat waves to droughts, have intensified more than half of all known infectious diseases in people. Published in the Nature Climate Change journal, the study revealed that 218 of 375 human infectious diseases were worsened by at least one of 10 types of extreme weather associated with climate change. (AP)