More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: UNICEF urges health care access for trapped Syrians (10/10).

Associated Press: Doctors say refugees banished to Nauru are suicidal (10/11).

Bloomberg: Gates Foundation Backs Self-Checkup App’s Africa Expansion (Lauerman/Kahn, 10/10).

Business Insider: The startup behind a tool designed to save you a doctor’s visit has partnered with Bill and Melinda Gates (Brodwin, 10/10).

Devex: New fund taps $100B U.S. wedding industry to help end child marriage (Rogers, 10/11).

Devex: A new public-private partnership drug stirs hope to curb maternal mortality (Cousins, 10/10).

Foreign Policy: Starvation and Child Soldiers: On the Ground in Yemen (Seligman, 10/9).

GeekWire: New HIV vaccine study will test first-of-its-kind tech, with backing from the Gates Foundation (McGrane, 10/9).

The Guardian: Fighting for LGBT rights in a country where lesbians are caned — podcast (Lamble/Barnard, 10/10).

IRIN: New health threats emerge for Sulawesi survivors (Morse, 10/9).

Reuters: Death toll from Nigeria floods reaches 199 (Carson, 10/11).

Science: Why is a remote Colombian town a hot spot of an inherited intellectual disability? (Furfaro, 10/10).

VOA News: Indonesia Orders Foreign Aid Workers Out in Wake of Tsunami (10/9).

VOA News: Researchers Say Human Toll of South Sudan War ‘as Bad as Iraq or Syria’ (Ridgwell, 10/10).

Washington Post: How will 9 billion or 10 billion people eat without destroying the environment? (Achenbach, 10/10).