Health in the headlines

Need to catch up on the latest health news? We’ve gathered the highlights for you. Here’s a reason to celebrate: chocolate may be good for the heart. Here’s a reason not to celebrate too much: A new study says just one alcoholic drink a day increases the risk of breast cancer. Traveling abroad this summer? Here are some tips for a safe and healthy journey.  And if you’re trying to watch your waistline, you might want to take the “calories burned” reading on your fitness tracker with a grain of salt.

Why chocolate may be good for the heart — New York Times

Just one alcoholic drink a day increases risk of breast cancer, study says — Washington Post

Tips for healthy foreign travel — National Public Radio

Some fitness trackers give inaccurate measurements of calories burned — National Public Radio

Poor sleep could raise the risk of heart problems — MedPage Today

First cancer drug to target a gene, not a site in the body, wins FDA approval — U.S. Food & Drug Administration

Scientists may someday fight infertility with 3-D printed ovaries — National Public Radio

No fruit juice until kids reach age 1 — Medscape

Sleep Education Plus ‘Baby Boxes’ Reduces Bed Sharing — National Public Radio

High-fiber diet tied to less knee arthritis — Newsweek