More News In Global Health

Christian Science Monitor: Culture shift: What’s behind a decline in drinking worldwide (Llana/Traub, 10/3).

Devex: India counts down to its open defecation elimination goal (Rogers, 10/4).

The Guardian: ‘I will not give them the baby’: the plight of Cambodia’s detained surrogates (Handley/Meta, 10/2).

NPR: Why Infanticide Is A Problem In Senegal (Gaestel, 10/3).

Reuters: Venezuelan hospital encourages ‘kangaroo’ baby care to spare incubators (Sequera/Berwick, 10/3).

U.N. News: WHO supports Zimbabwe with 1.4 million vaccinations to beat cholera outbreak (10/3).

VOA News: Aid Groups Denounce Burundi’s 3-Month Ban on NGOs (Solomon/Nduwimana, 10/3).

Wall Street Journal: Survivors of Indonesian Quake and Tsunami Scrounge for Staples (Otto/Lyons, 10/3).

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