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The Guardian: From Ebola to Nipah: are we ready for the next epidemic? — Science Weekly podcast (Sample/Jackson, 7/13). The Lancet: Proposed regulation of oxytocin in India causes concern (Cousins, 7/14). The Lancet: Prospects for health in Mexico after the presidential election (Woodman, 7/14). Reuters: Prince Harry, Elton John to…

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…

Bolstering, Maintaining Infrastructures, Supply Chains Key To Improving Health

Washington Post: If we really want to eradicate diseases such as Ebola, we need a new strategy Heidi Morefield, Ph.D. candidate in the history of medicine at Johns Hopkins University “…[T]he turn toward high-tech solutions for distribution of vaccines has overshadowed the more pressing issue: the need to solve the…

FT Health Discusses U.K.’s NHS, Features Interview With Gates Foundation’s Chris Elias

FT Health: Thanksgiving or tough love for the U.K.’s NHS? The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter discusses the U.K.’s taxpayer-funded National Health Service (NHS) and features an interview with Chris Elias, president of the global development division at the Gates Foundation, in which he discusses…

New Issue Of Global Health: Science And Practice Journal Available Online

Global Health: Science and Practice: June 2018 This new issue of the online journal features pieces on various topics, including an editorial on lessons learned from the use of long-lasting insecticidal nets for malaria control programs in Myanmar and Nigeria; a commentary on improving global health programs through systematic program…

NCDs Hit Developing Nations Hardest; Governments Must Address Issue, Experts Say

Devex: Suffering in silence: The deadly economic burden of NCDs “…Noncommunicable diseases, including diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular, and chronic respiratory diseases, account for 41 million deaths globally each year according to the World Health Organization. Developing countries such as South Sudan, with limited access to health care and scarce resources, are…

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