More News In Global Health

Los Angeles Times: Health emergency declared in northern Brazil after measles outbreak (Langlois, 7/16).

New York Times: Now in Sight: Success Against an Infection That Blinds (McNeil, 7/16).

Reuters: Mass radio campaign saves thousands of child lives in Africa (Kelland, 7/16).

Science: ‘Frightening’ drug-resistant strain of typhoid spreads in Pakistan (Cohen, 7/16).

STAT: No more ‘sledgehammer’: As gonorrhea grows resistant to antibiotics, researchers look to bespoke treatments (Branswell, 7/17).

U.N. News: Sand and dust storms, a ‘human well-being’ issue, says high-level panel (7/16).

VOA News: Maternity Homes Provide Essential Care to Pregnant Women in Rural Ethiopia (Taboh, 7/15).

Xinhua News: Non-communicable diseases leading causes of death in Asia-Pacific region: ADB (7/16).

Xinhua News: Sudan launches anti-polio campaign to vaccinate 3 million children (7/17).

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