More News In Global Health

CNN: Zika spreads rapidly in India, with 94 cases confirmed (Gupta, 10/17).

CNN: Spain to lead Japan in global life expectancy, U.S. continues to slide (Picheta, 10/18).

Devex: The world’s leading ‘cholera hospital’ looks to the future (Bader, 10/18).

Devex: Controversy as investigated charity takes on key role in U.K. safeguarding scheme (Abrahams, 10/18).

Financial Times: Aid workers face tighter vetting in wake of Oxfam scandal (Mance/Hughes, 10/16).

Global Post/PRI: Italian cities ‘turn back the clock’ on women’s reproductive rights (de Fazio, 10/15).

Newsweek: Antibiotic-Resistant Tuberculosis: Glimpse of Hope for Most Deadly Infectious Disease in the World (Hignett, 10/17).

New York Times: Queensland Becomes Latest Australian State to Decriminalize Abortion (Rojas, 10/17).

STAT Plus: Why HIV vaccine research is now about much more than HIV (Branswell, 10/17).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Rising hunger pushes Congo’s children into sex work and mines — charities (Lazareva, 10/16).

U.N. News: ‘Virginity testing’: a human rights violation, with no scientific basis — U.N. (10/17).

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