More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: In Honduras, women fight for access to the morning-after pill (Brigida, 6/30).

CIDRAP News: Study: Viruses cause most global pediatric pneumonia (Soucheray, 6/28).

Devex: Tackling vision impairment within displaced communities (Ravelo, 6/26).

Forbes: North Korea Has Two Weapons Of Mass Destruction: Nukes And Tuberculosis (Fisher, 6/30).

Health Policy Watch: Global Action Plan For Health In SDGs: Public Comments Sought on Ambitious Initiative (Fletcher, 6/28).

NPR: The Dark Secret Of Lake Malawi: Trading Sex For Fish (Silver, 6/28).

PRI: Argentina is divided over abortion — even the feminists (Herrera, 6/27).

Raleigh News & Observer: Malaria parasite takes refuge in human livers. Duke scientists seek way to fight back (Demoss, 6/30).

Reuters: India asks its states not to partner with Philip Morris-funded foundation (Kalra, 7/1).

Reuters: China tightens vaccine management after scandals (Blanchard, 6/29).

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