More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: 19 million Yemeni children suffer malnutrition and illness (Javaid, 3/8).

CBS News: “Our children are forgotten”: Zika’s devastating impact lingers 3 years later (Adams, 3/8).

Financial Times: Chile’s sugary food fight echoes around the world (Jacobs, 3/10).

The Guardian: China database lists ‘breedready’ status of 1.8 million women (Kuo, 3/11).

New York Times: India Fights Diabetic Blindness With Help From A.I. (Metz, 3/10).

Quartz: What it’s like to raise children in the world’s most polluted capital (Timsit, 3/10).

Reuters: As polio goal nears, Pakistan pushes against vaccine misinformation (Mackenzie, 3/8).

The Telegraph: Climate change could bring Zika and malaria to Britain, the Department of Health fears (Knapton, 3/9).

U.N. News: Peace deal holds in South Sudan, but humanitarian funding ‘ultimately unsustainable,’ says top U.N. envoy (3/8).

Xinhua News: Cholera-infected people receive medical treatment in Sanaa, Yemen (3/10).

Xinhua News: Philippines records upsurge in dengue cases (3/8).

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