More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Duterte critics laud U.N. vote to scrutinize drug killings (Gomez, 7/12).

Deutsche Welle: Sugary drink consumption increases cancer risk, research suggests (7/11).

Devex: Q&A: Engaging the private sector on health security (Cornish, 7/12).

Devex: Is it time to take ‘more of a gamble’ to scale nutrition interventions? (Welsh, 7/12).

New Scientist: People in China have more salt in their diet than anyone else in world (Whyte, 7/12).

New York Times: Life in a City Without Water: Anxious, Exhausting and Sweaty (Sengupta, 7/11).

Reuters: Riskier male sex pushes Europe’s syphilis rates up 70% since 2010 (Kelland, 7/12).

The Telegraph: On the brink: Malawi’s fight against a crippling parasite (Newey, 7/12).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Family violence against girls rising in Mexico: UNICEF (Lopez, 7/11).

VOA News: Swedish Group Demands Probe Into Deadly Attack on Its Afghan Health Clinic (Gul, 7/11).

Xinhua News: Uganda calls for family planning to empower women, reduce population growth (Ssekandi, 7/11).

Xinhua News: 1.2 mln cholera vaccine doses reach Yemen’s capital (7/12).

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