More News In Global Health

CNN: Half a million children at risk as Libya violence continues: UNICEF (McKirdy, 4/10).

CNN: This drug-resistant fungus is spreading. Scientists warn of new superbugs to come (Nedelman, 4/10).

Forbes: How a Gates Foundation Backed Fund is Revolutionizing Global Health Impact Investing (Harris, 4/9).

The Guardian: Why should we Yemenis stop having babies and surrender to war? (Kurancid et al., 4/10).

The Guardian: ‘It’s dangerous to go out now’: young, gay and scared in Brunei (Lamb, 4/6).

Healio: WHO committee estimates eradication of polio in Nigeria within the year (Bortz, 4/8).

National Geographic: What is the Ebola virus, and can it be stopped? (Greshko, 4/9).

Reuters: Century-old bacteria from sick soldier offer clues to cholera epidemics (Kelland, 4/9).

SciDev.Net: Diseases deal massive blow to productivity in Africa (Achieng’, 4/9).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: David Beckham voices appeal to end malaria — in Swahili and Yoruba (Resch, 4/9).

Wall Street Journal: Roundup, the World’s Best-Selling Weedkiller, Faces a Legal Reckoning (Bunge/Bender, 4/8).

Xinhua News: Nigeria mulls health care fund for Lassa fever patients (Saliu, 4/8).

Xinhua News: South Sudan, U.N. sign 5 mln USD health cooperation pact (4/9).

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