More News In Global Health

Associated Press: WHO says tainted food outbreak threatens 16 African nations (3/21).

The Atlantic: The Blesser’s Curse (Khazan, 3/22).

CNN: Anemia doubles risk of death for pregnant women, study finds (Wu, 3/20).

Deutsche Welle: International development: Poor data hold back human progress (Niranjan, 3/22).

Devex: Why governments tiptoe around the word ‘cholera’ (Jerving, 3/21).

Inc.: How a Former White House Senior Advisor Hopes to Use Blockchain to Help Solve Global Health Issues (Heitner, 3/18).

The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Known unknowns and unknown unknowns (Burki, April 2018).

News Deeply Malnutrition Deeply: No Solution in Sight for Venezuela’s Growing Nutrition Crisis (Chang, 3/20).

NPR: Why An Imperfect HIV Vaccine Could Be Better Than None At All (Fitzsimons, 3/21).

Pharmaceutical Journal: Q&A: Dame Sally Davies — protecting antibiotics for the future (3/21).

PM News: Bill Gates, Dangote, Six Govs Sign MoU On Immunization (3/21).

SciDev.Net: Revaccination could prevent TB infection by 45 percent (Makoni, 3/20).

STAT: When towns lose their newspapers, disease detectives are left flying blind (Branswell, 3/20).

VOA News: Child Meningitis Remains a Challenge for Sub-Saharan Africa, India (Corben, 3/20).

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