More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Honduran women demand protocol for survivors of sex abuse (Brigida, 7/7).

Associated Press: Rights group calls Duterte’s drug war crime against humanity (Gomez, 7/8).

Associated Press: U.N. rights chief ‘appalled’ by conditions in U.S. for migrants (Keaten, 7/8).

Associated Press: U.N. report: 464,000 people killed in homicides in 2017 (Lederer, 7/8).

Devex: Somali aid community faces up to a new reality of recurring drought (Jerving, 7/9).

MercoPress: Latin America suffering triple burden of malnutrition: obesity, unbalanced diets and declining activity (7/9).

NPR: Drug Prices Can Take A Surprising Turn When A Poor Country Gets Richer (Lu, 7/8).

PRI: Mandatory sex ed curriculum stirs controversy in Argentina (Herrera, 7/4).

STAT: Everyone agrees this superbug is a threat. Few are willing to fund research to stop it (Branswell, 7/8).

Vox: Facebook says it will crack down on health misinformation (Plante, 7/8).

Washington Post: One-third of toddlers exposed to Zika in the womb suffer developmental problems, study says (Bever, 7/8).

Xinhua News: Lao gov’t issues nationwide dengue warning (7/9).

Xinhua News: Over 460,000 suspected cholera cases in Yemen this year, 705 dead: U.N. (7/9).

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