More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Distrust of polio vaccine plagues Afghanistan (Birtley, 2/3).

Bloomberg Quint: Malaysia Asks WHO to Pull ‘Biased’ Report on Palm Oil Industry (Raghu, 2/3).

Devex: Traffic fatalities in Southeast Asia, Africa higher than reports say (Ravindran, 2/4).

Devex: Solar power sales help women avoid food insecurity in Yemen (Welsh, 2/4).

Mother Jones: Study: Emails Show How Coca-Cola Tried to Influence Global Health Policy (Sonde, 2/1).

New Yorker: “Reverse Innovation” Could Save Lives. Why Aren’t We Embracing It? (Vanderbilt, 2/4).

New York Times: Woman Killed by Fire in Menstruation Hut, as Nepal Fights a Tradition (Sharma/Schultz, 2/2).

New York Times: Greece, 10 Years Into Economic Crisis, Counts the Cost to Mental Health (Kitsantonis, 2/3).

New York Times: British Jury Delivers First Conviction for Female Genital Mutilation (Karasz/Schaverien, 2/1).

PRI: Rural women in India struggle to access contraception. These people are trying to change that (Green, 2/1).

Salon: New emails reveal CDC employees were doing the bidding of Coca-Cola (Karlis, 2/1).

STAT: American scientist played more active role in ‘CRISPR babies’ project than previously known (Qiu, 1/31).

Washington Post: An American hid his HIV status to survive in Singapore. Exposed, he allegedly punished thousands living with the virus (Stanley-Becker, 2/1).

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