More News In Global Health

CNN: Gender discrimination kills 239,000 girls in India each year, study finds (George, 5/15).

The Guardian: South Koreans more worried about air pollution than Kim’s nukes (Haas, 5/15).

The Guardian: ‘They were dying of hunger’: the doctor fighting for Ecuador’s poor — podcast (Lamble/Stephens, 5/16).

Mosaic Science: Wherever you are in the world, time is running out for treating gonorrhea (Cousins, 5/14).

News Deeply: Community Health Workers Can Reduce Acute Malnutrition: Researchers (Green, 5/15).

NPR: Random Tweet From Kanye West About The U.N. Baffles The World (Gharib, 5/15).

SciDev.Net: Vitamin D3 boost helps treat child malnutrition (Shaikh, 5/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Campaigners urge India to do more for sexual assault victims as new scheme approved (Banerji, 5/14).

U.N. News: Climate change: An ‘existential threat’ to humanity, U.N. chief warns global summit (5/15).

U.N. News: ‘Enough is enough; stop attacks on children’ underscores UNICEF (5/15).

VICE News: Inside Brazil’s struggle to treat thousands of kids born with a Zika-linked syndrome (Noriega, 5/15).

VOA News: Women Protest After Nairobi Restaurant ‘Shames’ Breastfeeding Mom (Ombuor, 5/15).

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