More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. aid chief: Over 11 million Syrians need humanitarian aid (Lederer, 11/14).

Borgen Magazine: 6 Neglected Tropical Diseases the WHO has Under Control (Rasmussen, 11/14).

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

The Guardian: Rabies breakthrough offers fresh hope in battle against deadly virus (Ratcliffe, 11/15).

The Guardian: Indonesia’s food chain turns toxic as plastic waste exports flood in (Beaumont, 11/15).
New York Times: To Make This Tofu, Start by Burning Toxic Plastic (Paddock/Sijabat, 11/14).

The Guardian: Combating Ebola, Lassa fever outbreaks in Africa (Onyenucheya, 11/14).

IPS: Will Artificial Intelligence Help Resolve the Food Crisis? (Deen, 11/14).

Reuters: Pakistan deploys new vaccine against ‘superbug’ typhoid outbreak (Kelland, 11/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: High-tech mapping, apps fight deadly dengue outbreak in Honduras — medical charity (Moloney, 11/14).

U.N. News: U.N. mosquito sterilization technology set for global testing, in battle against malaria, dengue (11/14).
VOA: Sterilizing Mosquitos Could Save Thousands of Lives (Schlein, 11/14).

Xinhua: U.N. chief vows to fight for needs, well-being of diabetes patients (11/15).

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