More News In Global Health

The Atlantic: What Facebucks Can Do for the Global Poor (Lowrey, 6/27).

Avert: Infants less likely to become HIV-infected with male partner involvement (Mahon, 6/26).

The Guardian: ‘People are very scared’: fighting dengue fever in Brazil — in pictures (6/27).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Recognition for Chagas disease (Burki, July 2019).

New Humanitarian: Inside Somalia’s mental health emergency (Mumin/Rhodes, 6/26).

New York Times: Scabies Means Misery. This Pill Can End It (McNeil, 6/26).

NPR: How A Former Child Bride Got A Fatwa Against Child Marriage (Neilson, 6/26).

Quartz: How France is convincing its citizens to get vaccinated (Whiting, 6/26).

Reuters: Afghanistan records tenth polio case in 2019 as security worsens: officials (Sediqi/Mackenzie, 6/26).

The Telegraph: Agonizing eye disease may soon be consigned to history books (Gulland, 6/27).

U.N. News: Two-thirds of global drug deaths now from opioids: U.N. drugs report (6/26).

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