More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: Americans Lose in 2040 Global Life Expectancy Rankings (Tanzi, 10/20).

Business Day: Pharma companies urged to do far more to counter superbugs (Kahn, 10/22).

CNN: 3 million common procedures in England could become ‘life threatening’ without antibiotics (Picheta, 10/22).

Devex: On Message: A new kind of hunger ad (Umuhumuza, 10/23).

The Guardian: U.K. is endangering people’s health by denying their right to clean air, says U.N. (Taylor, 10/19).

Health Policy Watch: Immunization Programs In Africa Face Challenges (Wanzala, 10/19).

Women’s Advancement Deeply: Menstrual Discrimination Is Illegal in Nepal — but No One Is Listening (Bader, 10/18).

Quartz Africa: A Zimbabwe program that enlists grandmas to combat depression sets an example for the world (Zhou, 10/21).

STAT Plus: Is China ready for a revolution in cancer therapy? Progress may hinge on access and screening (Robbins, 10/22).

Xinhua News: Diarrhea major cause of infant mortality in Botswana (10/23).

Xinhua News: Malaria prevalence in Tanzania drops by half over 2 years: report (10/23).

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