EU regulators are reviewing the safety and efficacy of the Pfizer COVID-19 shot for children as young as six months old. The European Medicines Agency on Monday started reviewing a low-dose version of the vaccine. (Reuters)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that supplies of the Monkeypox vaccine are running low. While the federal government has made another 131,000 doses available, the number of infected individuals is steadily increasing. (The New York Times)

Doctors are concerned about the spread of ineffective and dangerous abortion information via social media. Physicians and poison control officials said they worry that people seeking abortions will turn to ineffective and dangerous methods shared online, potentially delaying or preventing safe abortion care. (CNN)

New brain scans may facilitate earlier detection of Parkinson’s disease. Quantitative MRIs do a better job of showing a part of the brain known as the striatum, which helps the body move voluntarily. (US News & World Report)

Texas has sued to block the Biden administration from requiring doctors to provide abortions in medical emergencies. The suit arrives days after Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra warned physicians that they are required to provide abortions in medical emergencies. (CNBC News)