More News In Global Health

CBS News: Air pollution kills 100,000 Indian children every year, study says (6/5).

Devex: To close gap in unpaid care work, a new call to action asks men to do more (Rogers, 6/5).

Miami Herald: Venezuela doctors fear country is at risk of deadly epidemic outbreak (Freisler, 5/29).

Quartz Africa: A battle with TB inspired his smart medicine dispenser, now it’s won Africa’s top engineering prize (Asiedu, 6/5).

Reuters: U.S. finds American guilty in Singapore HIV data leak case (Aravindan, 6/5).

VOA News: WFP: Growing Violence Destroys Vital Crops, Farmland in NW Syria (Schlein, 6/4).

VOA News: WHO: Fighting Air Pollution Key to Living Longer (Schlein, 6/5).

Vox: Vaccines that don’t need refrigeration could save a ton of lives (Piper, 6/5).

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