More News In Global Health

The BMJ: Polio outbreak: officials deny reports of cover-up in Pakistan (Yusufzai, 11/13).

DW: German minister hails Bangladesh over birth control (Islam, 11/13).

Devex: African scientists weigh in on the biggest obstacles to malaria control (Adepoju, 11/14).

Devex: Q&A: How to overhaul community health for improved global outcomes (11/14).

The Guardian: Majority of anti-vaxx ads on Facebook are funded by just two organizations (Glenza, 11/14).

New Humanitarian: Breaking the chains — Sierra Leone’s uphill struggle to reform mental health (Werner, 11/13).

NPR: A New Solution For Snakebites (Aronczyk, 11/14).

Outbreak News Today: Dengue in the Americas 2019 sees the highest cases recorded (11/12).

Reuters: China says plague outbreak risk minimal after two new cases in Beijing (Stanway, 11/13).

Science: New polymer-coated vitamins and minerals could fight malnutrition in low-income countries (Service, 11/13).

Xinhua: Dengue fever cases rise, claiming 74 lives in Laos (11/14).

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