More News In Global Health

The BMJ: Health gains make actions to curb climate change cost neutral, says WHO (Limb, 12/6).

CIDRAP News: Guidance seeks to increase outbreak vaccines in pregnant women (Schnirring, 12/6).

Devex: Outlook remains bleak for South Sudan food crisis (Root, 12/7).

Devex: WHO launches ‘Twitter-like’ platform for NCDs (Ravelo, 12/7).

The Economist: Progress on eradicating polio has stalled (12/6).

Financial Times: E.U. warns of bioterror and disease risk as vaccination rates fall (Peel, 12/6).

The Lancet: WHO keeps polio on the international health emergency list (Zarocostas, 12/8).

The Lancet: Boosting quality diagnostics could give Africa better health (Makoni, 12/8).

The Lancet: The U.K. reaches UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets (Kirby, 12/8).

The Lancet: FRONTLINE: a new treatment facility for Ebola virus disease (Devi, 12/8).

New York Times: Irish Lawmakers Vote to Allow Abortion, Part of Landmark Liberal Shift (O’Loughlin, 12/6).

SciDev.Net: Country-owned strategies launched to fight malaria (Adepoju, 12/6).

Washington Post: Bad air kills more than a million Indians a year, study says (Slater, 12/7).

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