More News In Global Health

The BMJ: WHO tobacco report: smoking cessation services must be stepped up (Mahase, 7/29).

Borgen Magazine: Dose Poles Simplify Elephantiasis Treatment (Santos, 7/29).

CNBC: Morgan Stanley launches new tool to let advisers, investors measure sustainable investing goals (Konish, 7/29).

Devex: Can sweet potatoes reduce widespread vitamin A deficiency in Africa? (Jerving, 7/30).

Devex: France aid reforms and how they affected 2018 funding commitments (De Vos, 7/26).

The Guardian: ‘My message is simple: use the toilet’: tackling open defecation in Nigeria (Unah, 7/30).

Homeland Preparedness News: CEPI partners with Valneva to develop Chikungunya vaccine (Kovaleski, 7/29).

New Humanitarian: Uptick in suicides signals deepening mental health crisis for Iraq’s Yazidis (Westcott, 7/29).

New York Times: They Survived Colonization and War. But Venezuela’s Collapse Was Too Much (Casey/Iguarán, 7/30).

Washington Post: World health, by the quite interesting numbers (Blakemore, 7/29).

Xinhua News: S. Africa’s HIV prevalence estimated at 13.5 pct (7/30).

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