Port in a Storm: “The danger in the streets complicates everything: When gangsters with bullet wounds show up at the gates, doctors ask them to check their automatic weapons at the door as if they were coats. Doctors cannot return safely to homes in areas controlled by rival gangs and must live in hospital dormitories. Patients who are too scared to seek basic care due to the violence arrive in increasingly dire condition.” It’s hard enough to provide emergency medical care under the best of conditions. Try doing it in the middle the middle of Port-au-Prince’s gang wars. AP: In heart of Haiti’s gang war, one hospital stands its ground.

+ Greek Rail Disaster: “At least 43 people have been killed after a passenger train and freight train collided in Greece, in one of the country’s worst rail accidents. Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis has said in an address to the nation that it appears the accident was due to ‘tragic human error.” The latest from BBC.

+ I’d Cap That: “Lilly’s move comes amid a push by President Biden and some in Congress to cap out-of-pocket insulin costs for commercially insured patients.” Under pressure, Eli Lilly cuts insulin prices.

+ Leak Detector: “The FBI has for quite some time now assessed that the origins of the pandemic are most likely a potential lab incident.” Christopher Wray is the latest in the intel community to suggest a lab leak led to Covid.

+ This One Goes to 11: “Scientists largely from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom looked at data from 196 studies, amounting to more than 30 million adult participants who were followed for 10 years on average.” What did they find? That 11 minutes of daily exercise can have a huge impact on your health. (My beagles usually lie down in the middle of the sidewalk at minute 9, but I guess I can always jog in place.)

+ Chronicle of Forgetting: “I started this project to help others understand that dementia affects not just the person with it but also their loved ones. Through it, I hope to give a personal and intimate look into the world of dementia and the daily struggles and triumphs that come with it.” A Photo Essay from Stat: An intimate look at dementia — and the emotional toll it takes on family and caregivers.

+ Pack of Lies? “In the wild, researchers have found that most wolf packs are simply families, led by a breeding pair, and bloody duels for supremacy are rare.” It turns out that the whole notion of an Alpha Wolf is a myth. (We’re just all part of a wolf pack.)