More News In Global Health

Associated Press: After the outbreak: Med schools boost Ebola-wrecked Liberia (Melia, 11/23).

Devex: Will the global food system sink the SDGs? (Kumar, 11/23).

Devex: Could innovations in male contraception be the future of family planning? (Edwards, 11/23).

Devex: Q&A: Sustainable development should be profitable, says Belgian minister (Cheney, 11/21).

Financial Times: HIV and the future of medicine (Jack, 11/22).

Fortune: Youth Obesity Is At New Highs Globally. See Where It’s Increased the Most Over the Past 20 Years (Rapp/O’Keefe, 11/22).

The Guardian: ‘Facing disaster’: children starve in siege of Syria’s former breadbasket (Shaheen/Wintour, 11/24).

The Guardian: Why climate change is creating a new generation of child brides (11/26).

Reuters: Venezuelans suffer as malaria outbreak spreads in drug-short nation (Ramirez, 11/24).

VOA News: We Have the Tools to End AIDS Now (Pearson, 11/27).

Washington Post: Indonesia, where smoking is widespread, just placed tough restrictions on e-cigarettes (Bevins, 11/27).

Xinhua News: Experts seek more innovations to boost global health care (11/24).

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