More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: WHO highlights ongoing hospital MERS outbreak threat (Schnirring, 8/8).

Devex: Doing it for the kids: Engaging youth to help lift burden of NCDs (Politzer, 8/10).

Fortune: Why Measles Is Back in the Americas (Laursen, 8/9).

The Guardian: Salt not as damaging to health as previously thought, says study (Boseley, 8/9).

The Guardian: How WhatsApp and SMS are being used to save the lives of babies in Africa (Sheppard, 8/9).

The Lancet: Breast cancer in Venezuela: back to the 20th century (Willer, 8/11).

U.N. News: U.N. urges protection of indigenous peoples’ rights during migration (8/8).

U.N. News: Millions at risk if Syria’s war moves to last redoubt of Idlib, warns senior aid official (8/9).

Washington Post: Maryland-based drug firm to acquire cholera and typhoid vaccines in $270 million deal (Gregg, 8/9).

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