More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. aid official: Yemeni rebels blocking food for thousands (Michael, 6/25).

Associated Press: Brazil says deaths from dengue up 163% in first half of year (6/24).

Axios: Trying to eradicate malaria around the world (O’Reilly, 6/24).

Devex: The impact of Mozambique’s cyclones on its HIV population (Jerving, 6/25).

Devex: Can the EAT-Lancet diet work for the global south? (Green, 6/25).

Financial Times: FT Health: Dementia Care (Multiple authors, 6/25).

The Guardian: ‘Impunity reigns’: six survivors of sexual violence speak out (Hodal, 6/24).

Japan Today: ‘Invisible pandemic’: WHO offers global plan to fight superbugs (Larson, 6/25).

Medium/elemental: Tickpocalypse (Multiple authors, 6/24).

New Humanitarian: How Ukraine is grappling with a rapid uptick in measles (Hyde, 6/24).

Science: Exclusive: North Korea claimed to be free of HIV. But infections appear to be surging (Stone, 6/24).

The Telegraph: Cricket powder: the unusual ingredient being added to school dinners in Madagascar (Filou, 6/24).

Xinhua News: Sierra Leonean Ebola survivor fears scourge may resurface without proper health care (6/24).

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