More News In Global Health

National Geographic: Maybe Rats Aren’t to Blame for the Black Death (Greshko, 1/15).
Washington Post: The classic explanation for the Black Death plague is wrong, scientists say (Guarino, 1/16).

New York Times: Mathilde Krim, Mobilizing Force in an AIDS Crusade, Dies at 91 (McFadden, 1/16).

NPR: We Asked, You Answered: What Shaped Trump’s View Of Poor Countries? (Gharib, 1/16).

Science: One of history’s worst epidemics may have been caused by a common food poisoning microbe (Chen, 1/16).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Amid wet weather, Zimbabwe’s Mutare sees hike in malaria deaths (Mambondiyani, 1/16).

U.N. News Centre: Dire situation for Rohingya children could become ‘catastrophic,’ as new threats loom — UNICEF (1/16).

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