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Associated Press: New Zealand government plans to ease abortion restrictions (Perry, 8/5). Borgen Magazine: Mitigating the Effect of Anti-Vaxxers on Global Health (Ramos, 8/5). Borgen Magazine: The Eradication of Malaria in Argentina and Algeria (Hall, 8/3). Borgen Magazine: Legislation to Tackle Violence Against Women Around the World (Bryant, 8/3). Health…

E.U. Provides Funding To Philippine Red Cross To Address Dengue Outbreak

Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines: European Union brings relief to the victims of dengue outbreak in the Philippines “In response to the ongoing dengue outbreak in the Philippines, the European Union is providing €100,000 EUR (PHP 5.670 million) in humanitarian aid funding to assist the most affected…

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BBC News: Kenyan survivors: Cancer is ‘national disaster’ (8/1). The Economist: A history of humankind’s enemy number one (8/1). The Guardian: Running dry: the water crisis driving migration to the U.S. (Lakhani, 8/1). The Lancet: Honduras’s worst dengue outbreak in 50 years (Alves, 8/3). The Lancet: North Korea ‘on the…

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Associated Press: Nicaragua declares alert over dengue fever (7/31). Nature: ‘Mosaic’ HIV vaccine to be tested in thousands of people across the world (Mega, 7/31). NBC News: Nigeria is on the brink of eliminating polio, thanks to women (Charles, 7/31). STAT: To mitigate the effects of climate change, one researcher…

Bangladesh Records More Than 13K Dengue Cases In July In Worst Outbreak In History

NPR: Bangladesh Reports More Than 13,000 Dengue Cases In July “Bangladesh is grappling with a record-breaking spike in dengue fever, with 1,477 new patients diagnosed just within the past 24 hours, according to the health ministry. Experts say the rise is part of a regional trend, driven by climate change…

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Associated Press: Bangladesh grapples with country’s worst dengue outbreak (Jahangir, 7/31). Devex: Q&A: WHO’s work on vision ‘needs to go on,’ expert Alarcos Cieza says (Lieberman, 7/31). Devex: Reducing stigma in health facilities to achieve UHC (Politzer, 7/31). The Guardian: British man charged with distributing bleach ‘cure’ to Ugandans (Mwesigwa,…

Bangladesh, Vietnam Work To Contain Dengue Fever Outbreaks

Agence France-Presse: Bangladesh struggles to contain record dengue outbreak “Bangladesh is in the grip of the country’s worst-ever dengue fever outbreak, officials said Monday, with hospitals overflowing and social media flooded with pleas for blood donors. Eight people have died and there have been 13,637 cases of the disease so…

Author Of New Book Discusses History Of Mosquitoes, Diseases They Carry

New York Times: The Mosquitoes Are Coming for Us Timothy C. Winegard, author of “The Mosquito: A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator” “…Mosquitoes are our apex predator … Flying solo, the mosquito does not directly harm anyone. It is the diseases she transmits that cause an endless barrage of…

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Agence France-Presse: Honduran hospitals overrun by dengue fever epidemic (Leiva, 7/25). Associated Press: U.N.: International failure in face of escalating Syria crisis (7/26). Devex: 4 years later, is it any easier to track the SDGs? (Lieberman, 7/26). Devex: Is Uganda Africa’s role model when it comes to tackling hepatitis B?…