More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: Maternal Zika infection tied to poor development in 32% of tots (Roos, 7/9).

CIDRAP News: Data show MERS cases, deaths on decline since 2016 (Soucheray, 7/9).

Devex: What does the commitment to green U.K. aid mean in practice? (Root, 7/10).

The Guardian: Device could bring both solar power and clean water to millions (Davis, 7/9).

NPR: Merck Wants To ‘Empower’ Infertile Women In Africa. Can Music Videos Help? (Gharib, 7/9).

Quartz India: Between domestic chores and agricultural work, rural Indian women have no time for child-rearing (Bhattacharya, 7/10).

Reuters: GSK’s Dovato suppresses AIDS virus at same levels of three-drug regimen (Aripaka, 7/10).

The Telegraph: How prawns could be the key to fighting poverty and a debilitating tropical disease (Gulland, 7/9).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: South Sudan court rules against marriage of girl, 16, in landmark case (Toby, 7/9).

Xinhua News: Dengue outbreaks reported in Cuba: official (7/10).

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