More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: ‘Rat fever’ threatens thousands after Indian state’s worst floods (Saberin, 9/3).

CIDRAP News: DRC: More confirmed Ebola cases in Beni, Mabalako (Soucheray, 9/4).

Deutsche Welle: Wars killed 5 million African children over 20 years, says study (8/31).

Devex: What you need to know from Stockholm World Water Week 2018 (Edwards, 9/3).

Devex: Nonprofits take on Nigeria’s struggles with mental health (Undah, 9/4).

The Lancet: 41,000 measles cases in Europe since the beginning of 2018 (Holt, 9/1).

Nature: World Bank pours hundreds of millions into African science (Nordling, 9/3).

New York Times: Photographing an Indelicate but Deadly Subject (Estrin, 9/4).

Popular Mechanics: NASA Is Tracking Disease Outbreaks From Space — And Trying To Prevent the Next One (Thompson, 8/30).

SciDev.Net: Oral polio drops linked to paralysis in India (Devraj, 9/4).

Xinhua News: Feature: Yemen’s children suffer malnutrition, lack of medical care amid ongoing war (al-Azaki, 9/5).

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