More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Feeding India’s future: Why malnutrition is bad for the economy (Sanghera, 9/3).
DW: Putting the brakes on population growth (8/30).
Fortune: ‘Contagious and Dangerous’: As Measles Cases Soar in Europe, Officials Wage a War Against Online Disinformation (Warner, 9/1).
The Guardian: Sewage, Zika virus – and the team in Brazil mapping disease hotspots (Phillips, 9/2).
The Guardian: Tackling the cycle of inequality of girls in the developing world by numbers (9/3).
NPR: Whatever Happened To … The 494 Children Who Got HIV In 1 Pakistani City? (Samad, 8/30).
SciDevNet: Africa polio eradication on brink (Abutu, 9/2).
U.N. News: Hospitals among seven health centres attacked in Syria’s north-east (9/2).
Xinhua: Dengue cases in Bangladesh hit 70,000-mark, show sign of fall (9/1).
Xinhua: Interview: Dengue cases to rise in Philippines due to rain: WHO expert (9/2). 
Xinhua: Fresh polio cases reported in Afghanistan: gov’t (9/2). 
Xinhua: Liberia declares health emergency as Lassa fever deaths rise to 21 (9/2). 

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