More News In Global Health

Global Health NOW: The Pandemic Everyone Fears (Myers, 1/30).

Gulfshore Life: Barbara Bush and the Battle for Women’s Health (Reed, February 2018).

Newsweek: Bacteria that cause leprosy are undergoing scary mutations that resist drug treatments (Matthews, 1/30).

Reuters: Air strikes on Syria hospitals affect hundreds of thousands of people — U.N. (Miles, 1/30).

Reuters: Southeast Asia a ‘hotspot’ for antibiotic abuse, FAO official says (Lefevre, 1/31).

TIME: Bill Gates Reveals His Father Suffers From Alzheimer’s Disease — and He’s Committing $100 Million to Stopping It (Carr, 1/30).

U.N. News Centre: Without young people, Global Goals will not be achieved, U.N. forum told (1/30).

U.N. News Centre: New U.N. funding to help sustain critical aid programs for hundreds of thousands in Ethiopia (1/29).

U.N. News Centre: Somali leaders, international partners, and U.N. determined to make Somalia famine resistant (1/30).

Xinhua News: Brazil sees 3,000 Zika-related birth defects in past two years (1/31).

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