More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. ‘alarmed’ over migrant conditions in Yemen (5/2).

The BMJ: Practicing medicine amid chaos in Venezuela (Zuñiga, 5/3).

The Economist: The antibiotic industry is broken (5/2).

Foreign Policy: ‘We Need a New Vision in Development’ (Hirsh, 5/1).

Fortune: The WHO Has Diagnostic Codes for People Hit by Spacecraft — But Not for Human Trafficking Victims (Gallucci, 5/2).

The Lancet: Health under the spotlight as South Africa takes to the polls (Makoni, 5/4).

Reuters: Monstrous rumors stoke hostility to Pakistan’s anti-polio drive (Shahzad/Ahmad, 5/2).

Science: Global health institute sued for age and sex discrimination (Wadman, 5/2).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: From beans to gooseberry, rice-mad Myanmar eyes healthier diet (Win, 5/3).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Solar tracking bracelets protect nomadic Kenyan mothers and babies (Makoni, 5/2).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Central American farmers suffer major crop losses, need food aid: U.N. (Moloney, 5/2).

U.N. News: Grave concern over escalating humanitarian crisis, casualties, displacement across northwest Syria: U.N. (5/2).

U.N. News: Inclusion, equality a must for ‘long-lasting peace and sustainable development,’ U.N. official tells high-level event in Baku (5/2).

VOA News: Melinda Gates Speaks to VOA About Women’s Empowerment (Moudou, 5/2).

Xinhua News: Unsealed rainwater tanks incubate dengue fever outbreaks: research (5/3).