More News In Global Health

Global Health NOW: Peril and Promise: Fighting Malaria and Drug Resistance (Simpson, 4/24).

The Guardian: Brazilian women braced for battle amid simmering fears over abortion (Griffin, 4/26).

The Guardian: ‘Designed for death’: the Mumbai housing blocks breeding TB (Chandrashekhar, 4/26).

Los Angeles Times: Scientists have a promising new approach for treating drug-resistant tuberculosis (Healy, 4/25).

News Deeply: Nutrition Financing Needs a Paradigm Shift: Save the Children (Byatnal, 4/25).

NPR: The Forgotten Ebola Survivors Of Sierra Leone (Courtright, 4/25).

Quartz: India could boost its GDP by $770 billion by just treating women better (Tandon, 4/26).

SciDev.Net: High risk of malaria detected in blood for transfusions (Ogema, 4/25).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Breakthrough’ in mosquito-packed drones to combat Zika in Brazil (Moloney, 4/25).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: As water shortages grow, ‘Day Zero’ becomes everyday in India (Chandran, 4/25).

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