More News In Global Health

BBC News: Malaria genetics: study shows how disease became deadly (Gill, 5/22).

Bloomberg: China Considers Ending Birth Limits as Soon as This Year (5/21).

Forbes: ‘Fatal Disconnect’ — Millions Of Children Are Victims Of Road Traffic, Yet World Is Silent (Mohn, 5/21).

The Guardian: HIV drug shortage puts hundreds of thousands of lives at risk in Uganda (Okiror, 5/22).

New York Times: For First Time, WHO Names Some Lab Tests ‘Essential’ (McNeil, 5/21).

Open Mind: The Real Drug Crisis (Heffner, 5/19).

Reuters: Ten die in India outbreak of brain-damaging virus, spurring rush to hospitals (Vengattil et al., 5/22).

Scientific American: A Warming Climate May Produce More Drug-Resistant Infections (Brouillette, 5/21).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Third of girls in South Asia miss school during periods — study (Banerji, 5/22).

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