More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Traditional Rohingya midwives helping pregnant refugees (Jamjoom, 9/6).

The BMJ: Death certificates should record antimicrobial resistance as cause of deaths, says CMO (O’Dowd, 9/6).

The Economist: How a shampoo bottle is saving young lives (9/6).

Forbes: HPV Vaccine May Reduce Risk Of Transmitting Devastating Throat Disease To Children (Shapiro, 9/5).

The Guardian: U.K. and U.S. border officials join forces in bid to tackle female genital mutilation (Ratcliffe, 9/7).

The Hill: Ebola outbreak in Congo spreads to new city (Wilson, 9/6).

Quartz: We’re just learning how exposure to air pollution degrades our brains (Foley, 9/5).

SciDev.Net: Tackle Africa’s chronic diseases with effective actions (Otieno, 9/4).

VOA News: When “Healing Medicine” Is Bad for Public Health (Khan/Sopheakpanha, 9/6).

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