More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: The battle to save Central African Republic’s starving children (12/6).

Devex: DFID prepares for an expected El Niño (Roby, 12/6).

IRIN: Venezuela gold rush feeds a growing malaria epidemic (Gillingham, 12/5).

New York Times: Lego Foundation and Sesame Street Team Up to Help Refugee Children (Zraick, 12/5).

PolitiFact: Misleading headline claims thousands of caravan migrants have HIV, tuberculosis, other diseases (Valverde, 12/4).

Reuters: Migrants tend to be healthier, live longer: study (Hay, 12/6).

Reuters: Philippine taxes on sugary drinks could avert thousands of deaths, WHO study says (Mogato/Kelland, 12/5).

Reuters: Sierra Leone doctors strike over conditions, nurses may follow (Inveen, 12/5).

Xinhua News: Uganda seeks joint operations with DR Congo in Ebola fight (12/6).

Xinhua News: Pakistan to launch comprehensive campaign to control alarming population growth (12/6).

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