More News In Global Health

BBC News: Tunisian health minister resigns over 11 baby deaths (3/10).

CIDRAP News: New attack, case in high-risk village among latest Ebola perils (Schnirring, 3/11).

CIDRAP News: Sewage study highlights global antimicrobial resistance disparity (Dall, 3/11).

Dallas News: Ethiopians didn’t have a term for ‘stroke,’ so this Dallas doctor created one (Kuchment, 3/11).

Devex: What to expect from WTO’s 2019 Global Review of Aid for Trade (Cornish, 3/11).

GlobalPost/PRI: Blame game over aid leaves Syrian refugees stranded in desert ‘death’ camp (Carrié/Al Omar, 3/11).

The Guardian: Pathogens hitchhiking on plastics ‘could carry cholera from India to U.S.’ (McVeigh, 3/11).

The Guardian: Surge in chemical use ‘a threat to health and environment’ (Watts, 3/12).

Reuters: China lawmakers urge freeing up family planning as birth rates plunge (Stanway, 3/12).

Reuters: Deadly plague breaks out on Uganda-Congo border, WHO says (Miles, 3/12).

Science: Largest-ever HIV prevention study delivers sobering message (Cohen, 3/11).

U.S. News & World Report: Air Pollution Causes 8.8 Million Extra Deaths a Year (Trimble, 3/12).

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