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Children With Prior Dengue Infection Less Likely To Show Zika Infection Symptoms, Study Says

CIDRAP News: Prior dengue in kids may protect against Zika symptoms “Prior dengue infection may protect children from Zika illness symptoms, an international research team reported [Tuesday], based on data from a longstanding dengue cohort study in Nicaragua. The scientists found, however, that dengue immunity doesn’t seem to generally protect…

‘Science Speaks’ Highlights KFF Issue Brief On Ebola, Other Recent Pieces On Foreign Assistance, Zika

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: What we’re reading: Unprecedented Ebola challenges call for unprecedented responses, good investments and more Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer at “Science Speaks,” discusses several global health-related articles and releases addressing various topics, including a Kaiser Family Foundation issue brief on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic…

Dengue Immunity In Children May Protect Against Symptomatic Zika Infection, Study Shows

National Institutes of Health: Dengue immunity may be protective against symptomatic Zika, study finds “Children with a history of prior dengue virus infection had a significantly lower risk of being symptomatic when infected by Zika virus, according to a study in Nicaragua of more than 3,000 children aged two to…

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New Scientist: Exclusive: Cuba failed to report thousands of Zika virus cases in 2017 (Baraniuk, 1/8). SciDev.Net: Fish protein wafers to ease acute malnutrition in children (Arkin, 1/10). Sojourners: The Good News on Global Poverty (Taylor, February 2019). Thomson Reuters Foundation: Kenya says no schoolgirls being screened for FGM after…

Rift Valley Fever In Pregnant Women Could Severely Harm Fetuses, Research Shows

New York Times: A Virus Even More Dangerous Than Zika to Pregnant Woman “The mosquito-borne virus that causes Rift Valley fever may severely injure human fetuses if contracted by mothers during pregnancy, according to new research. … Results showed that the virus may be even more damaging to fetuses than…

January 2019 Issue Of WHO Bulletin Available Online

WHO: Bulletin of the World Health Organization The January 2019 WHO Bulletin features articles on various topics, including an editorial calling for papers on ethical challenges of digital technologies in public health; a news article on the continuing threat of Zika; and a research article on using the polio program…

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Devex: Aid groups adapt Rohingya mental health services for population in limbo (Rogers, 12/18). Devex: Q&A: Linda McAvan on what aid stands to lose from Brexit (Edwards, 12/18). Global Health NOW: The Muranga Solution: Extending Hemophilia Care to Rural Kenya (McNeish, 12/14). Global Health NOW: More Than a Medical Story:…

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ABC News: Scientists are getting ahead of Rift Valley fever after learning from the Zika epidemic (Strauss, 12/15). Al Jazeera: What’s being done to fight HIV/AIDS stigma in MENA? (12/17). CIDRAP News: Studies on transmission, vaccine bring focus back to Zika (Soucheray, 12/14). CNN: This app tells your doctor if…

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Associated Press/POLITICO: U.N. chief calls for compromise, sacrifice at climate talks (12/13). Devex: How hard to reach are the ‘hard to reach’? (Abrahams, 12/13). Devex: Supporting disability advocacy: Insights from Savina Nongebatu (Cornish, 12/12). Devex: Older generation at risk of being left behind in push for UHC (Root, 12/12). Global…