More News In Global Health

AP: Outdated, dangerous childbirth practices persist in Europe (Cheng, 12/12).

Devex: More complex food production, distribution systems a hazard for food safety (Ravelo, 12/12).

IOL: HIV-positive and depressed kids likely to have suicidal thoughts, study (Mtika, 12/12).

IOL: Malawi’s HIV-positive teens’ mental health challenge (Mtika, 12/12).

New Humanitarian: After floods, an early ‘lean season’ awaits South Sudan (Francis, 12/11).

Reuters: Delhi’s air quality turns ‘severe’ as toxic haze lingers (Dasgupta, 12/12).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Eight in 10 girls in western Nepal forced to sleep outside during periods (Sharma, 12/9).

Xinhua: Water supply and sanitation systems severely affected by conflict in Yemen: UNICEF (12/12).

Xinhua: Uganda launches 2nd phase of cholera vaccination (12/11).

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