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The BMJ: WHO retracts opioid guidelines after accepting that industry had an influence (Dyer, 1/10).

Borgen Magazine: Empowering Women in Kenya with Reusable Pads (Kiessling, 1/11).

Borgen Magazine: Why World Hunger is Still a Problem? (Wanyonyi, 1/10).

Devex: As OPIC shuts its doors, former leaders reflect (Saldinger, 1/13).

Devex: Q&A: Why most nutrition programming is not scalable (Politzer, 1/13).

Devex: Kenyans love maize. But aflatoxins are making it dangerous (Jerving, 1/13).

Health Policy Watch: Mental Health — Among The ‘Most Neglected’ Of Neglected Tropical Disease Issues, Says DNDi Scientist (Ren, 1/10).

Health Policy Watch: Emergencies, Cervical Cancer, IP & Innovation Among Highlights Of Member State Consultations Ahead Of WHO Executive Board (1/9).

Reuters: Infant deaths, poor conditions at Indian hospital spark uproar (Roy, 1/10).

SciDev.Net: Climate change and conflict could fuel hunger in 2020 (da Silva, 1/10).

VICE: We Visited a Mass Female Circumcision Ceremony in Indonesia (Rinaldi et al., 1/13).

Washington Post: In Australia, the air poses a threat; people are rushing to hospitals in cities choked by smoke (Fears/Dennis, 1/12).

Xinhua: UNICEF official urges more support to Venezuelan migrant children (1/12).

Xinhua: Feature: Children in war-torn Yemen suffer from malnutrition (1/11).

Xinhua: Two more polio cases confirmed in Malaysia’s Sabah state (1/10).

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