More News In Global Health
Agence France-Presse: One-stop clinics, a rare lifesaver for Zimbabwe’s sick (Jongwe, 7/20).
Al Jazeera: ‘Toxic stress’: Addressing mental health needs in Sierra Leone (Werner/Acland, 7/21).
Devex: Could permagardens help solve refugee malnutrition? (Root, 7/22).
Global Health NOW: A Neglected Disease, A Lab Researcher, And Real Life (Silberner, 7/11).
The Guardian: Anti-extremism software to be used to tackle vaccine disinformation (Quinn, 7/21).
The Guardian: Millions face hardship as Zimbabwe comes close to ‘meltdown’ (Burke/Chingono, 7/21).
Health Policy Watch: Two-Thirds Of People In Low & Middle-Income Countries With Hypertension Don’t Get Treatment (Saez, 7/19).
Inter Press Service: Will a Global Fund Help Deliver U.N.’s Development Agenda? (Deen, 7/19).
New Humanitarian: Aid access and aid worker safety: Delivering help in a war zone (7/19).
NPR: Does Facebook Need A Humanitarian Partner For Its New Digital Currency? (Gharib, 7/19).
NPR: Study: Sugar Rules The World And Ruins Teeth (Whitehead, 7/19).
SciDev.Net: Q&A: WHO’s chief scientist rises above her father’s legacy (Bhattacharya, 7/19).
U.N. News: Top U.N. sustainable development forum closes with galvanized effort toward ’empowerment, inclusiveness and equality’ (7/19).
The Wire: Spike in Polio Cases Raises Questions on Pakistan’s Vaccine Reporting (Ahmad/Mackenzie, 7/22).