More News In Global Health

Business Insider: South Korea has the highest rate of deaths by suicide in the developed world — but a 2011 law helped decrease rates by 15% (Premack, 6/9).

CNN: Pro-life activists target rural Nepali women (Todras-Whitehill/Adhikari, 6/9).

Devex: Deal slashes drug price of 3 in 1 pill for people living with HIV (Ravelo, 6/8).

PRI: The ‘menstrual awakening’: Shattering the period stigma (Tong, 6/8).

Reuters: Elton John urges social media firms to help end HIV/AIDS stigma (Gumuchian, 6/8).

U.N. News: U.N. humanitarian coordinator condemns Central African Republic hospital attack as ‘inhuman and unworthy’ (6/9).

U.N. News: 250,000 people ‘may lose everything — even their lives’ in assault on key Yemeni port city: U.N. humanitarian coordinator (6/8).
Wall Street Journal: U.N. Pushes to Avert ‘Catastrophic’ U.A.E. Attack on Yemen Port (Nissenbaum, 6/10).

U.N. News: From drought to floods in Somalia; displacement and hunger worsen, says U.N. (6/8).
VOA News: Children at Risk of Death from Heavy Flooding in Somalia (Schlein, 6/9).

Xinhua News: South Sudan says on verge of guinea worm eradication (6/8).

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