New guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention detailed how schools should approach monkeypox. Schools and child care centers generally do not need to take extra steps to curb the spread of monkeypox, the agency said. (CBS News

A mysterious illness has killed more than 20 dogs in Michigan. Local and state investigators haven’t determined what is causing the dogs to show symptoms including vomiting, lethargy and loss of appetite. (The Wall Street Journal)

New case of Ebola virus confirmed in Democratic Republic of Congo. The case was identified after samples from a 46-year-old woman in the eastern province of North Kivu tested positive after she died on August 15. (CNN)

Biotech’s “sugar high” led to a correction, but winter doldrums could make way for a turnaround story this fall. The massive tailwinds that fed the sails of hundreds of biotechs during the first 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic ended up stalling around the beginning of 2022, causing dozens of public and private drug developers alike to enact layoffs, prune their pipelines, shutter and search for alternatives. (Endpoints News)

A new study indicated that regular exercise can help shield patients from severe COVID. The large international research review found that routine moderate and/or intense exercise dramatically lowers your odds for serious illness, hospitalization and/or death. (Associated Press)