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Health Conditions Dire In Yemen’s Contested Port City, WHO Says

U.N. News: Health conditions for citizens of Yemen’s key port city ‘remain critical’ says U.N. agency “Even before the escalation of conflict in Hudaydah, conditions in Yemen’s port city were some of ‘the most dire in the country,’ according to the United Nations health agency on Tuesday. The World Health…

July 2018 Issue Of WHO Bulletin Available Online

WHO: Bulletin of the World Health Organization The July 2018 WHO Bulletin features articles on various issues, including an editorial on hepatitis B prevention; a news article on cholera vaccination in conflict zones; a review article on cash interventions for tuberculosis treatment; and a policy paper examining China’s 2015 tobacco…

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Bloomberg: The DNA Cops Who Make Sure the World’s Deadliest Viruses Aren’t Rebuilt (Spalding, 6/27). CBS News: Air pollution killing thousands of infants in Africa, study says (6/27). Devex: Why training pharmaceutical regulatory professionals is key to improving health in Africa (6/28). Homeland Preparedness News: New cholera tracking approach may…

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CNN: Would-be Indian child bride fights back and helps others (Ahuja, 6/18). Devex: How family planning can help save cheetahs (Edwards, 6/18). Devex: Alarm bells sounded over new E.U. aid instrument proposals (Chadwick, 6/15). Devex: DRC bordering countries begin Ebola preparedness training (Roby, 6/15). New York Times: Video Game Addiction…

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Agence France-Presse: ‘Forced’ sterilization of Brazilian woman sparks uproar (Smith, 6/14). Fast Company: How satellite imagery could combat infectious diseases around the world (Terdiman, 6/13). Financial Times: HIV treatment breakthrough boosts GSK (Neville, 6/14). Reuters: GSK’s two-drug HIV treatment meets main goal in late-stage studies (Nair, 6/14). IRIN: Q&A: How…

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Associated Press: South Sudan’s latest civil war atrocities kept out of sight (Mednick, 6/6). Thomson Reuters Foundation: Signal sending chip wins prize for new technology to protect women (Wulfhorst, 6/7). VOA News: Cuban Doctors Arrive in Kenya, to Chagrin of Doctors Union (Ombuor, 6/6). Xinhua News: Cholera cases in Nigerian…

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Axios: New HIV vaccine test shows promise (O’Reilly, 6/4). Devex: 400,000 children in DRC’s Kasai region face threat of death by starvation (Roby, 6/5). Devex: Video: A sugar tax to tackle NCDs? (Root/Mihara, 6/4). Healio: Left unchecked, global warming may shape future epidemics (Ghizzone, 6/4). Inside Philanthropy: Dept. of Existential…

June 2018 Issue Of WHO Bulletin Available Online

WHO: Bulletin of the World Health Organization The June 2018 WHO Bulletin includes articles on various issues, including an editorial on the role of WASH in ending cholera; a news article on using local efforts to prevent yellow fever outbreaks in Nigeria, Brazil, and globally; and a research article on…

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