More News In Global Health

Deutsche Welle: Indonesia fights measles epidemic as relief held up (Purwaningsih, 1/23).

HuffPost: How Humans Are Laying Out The Welcome Mat For Mosquitoes And The Diseases They Carry (Perria, 1/23).

HuffPost: In Brazil’s Most Polluted City, A Tough Choice Between Health And Money (Rosa, 1/23).

NPR: Pakistan Raises Its Guard After Two Polio Vaccinators Are Gunned Down (Aizenman, 1/23).

Reuters: Zambia says it is on verge of containing cholera outbreak (Mfula, 1/23).

Reuters Health: Air pollution tied to preterm births in China (Rapaport, 1/23).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Mosquito-packed drones could give extra bite to Zika fight (Hares, 1/23).

U.N. News Centre: Record 22.2 million people need humanitarian assistance in Yemen — U.N. aid chief (1/23).

VOA News: UNICEF: Condition of Millions of Children in South Sudan Worsening (Schlein, 1/23).

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