More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Nearly half of rural Afghans face food insecurity: U.N. (6/3).

Global Health NOW: The Road’s Toll: How to Reduce 1.35 Million Traffic Deaths (Simpson, 6/3).

The Hill: U.N. ratings find no countries on track to achieve gender equality by 2030 (Rodrigo, 6/3).

New Humanitarian: Why Rohingya women risk dangerous home births in Bangladesh’s refugee camps (Kumar, 6/3).

New York Times: Sweden Finds a Simple Way to Improve New Mothers’ Health. It Involves Fathers (Miller, 6/4).

NPR: As Bombs Fall, A Neurosurgeon Tells How He Keeps Calm In Syria (Cole, 6/3).

Reuters: Nipah virus resurfaces in India’s Kerala after killing 17 last year (Vengattil, 6/4).

SciDev.Net: Pakistan seeks global help to tackle HIV outbreak (Shaikh, 6/3).

STAT: Measles outbreaks put U.S. at risk of losing prized ‘elimination’ status (Branswell, 6/4).

Washington Post: The surprisingly true comparison between infant mortality in Ohio and Iran (Rizzo, 6/4).

Xinhua News: Africa faces many challenges in HIV prevention and treatment: envoy (6/4).

Xinhua News: HIV infection on rise in one-third of E.U. countries: envoy (6/4).

Xinhua News: China makes headway in improving maternal, newborn health (6/3).

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