More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Pakistan demands Facebook remove polio vaccine misinformation (5/3).

Fast Company: How a wooden bench in Zimbabwe is starting a revolution in mental health (Riley, 5/4).

Health Policy Watch: New Polio Eradication Strategy Faces Challenges Of “Missing Children” Due To Geographic Isolation, Migration, Insecurity (Branigan, 5/3).

Nature: U.K. medical chief: ‘We are in an arms race against microbes’ (Else, 5/3).

New York Times: FDA Approves the First Vaccine for Dengue Fever, but Limits Its Use (Thomas, 5/3).

Reuters: World Bank scales up support for Cyclone Idai hit nations to $700 million (Kumwenda-Mtambo, 5/3).

SciDev.Net: Calls for urgent action against antimicrobial resistance (Douglas, 5/3).

SciDev.Net: African states facing loss of life-saving pneumonia jab (Achieng’, 5/3).

U.N. News: North Korean families facing deep ‘hunger crisis’ after worst harvest in 10 years, U.N. food assessment shows (5/3).

Xinhua News: Feature: Baby diseases diagnosis app saves lives in rural Uganda (Ssikandi, 5/5).

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