More News In Global Health

The Atlantic: The Muslim Overpopulation Myth That Just Won’t Die (Varagur, 11/14).

Bloomberg: Deadly Air Pollution Becomes a Common Enemy for Rivals India and Pakistan (Kay/Marlow, 11/14).

CIDRAP News: Brazilian study indicates Zika may have hit poor hardest (Soucheray, 11/14).

CNN: 16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planet (Christensen, 11/15).

Devex: Mobile clinics bring stable care to moving populations in Somaliland (Jerving, 11/14).

Inter Press Service: Aid Groups Sound Alarm on DRC Crisis (Yakupitiyage, 11/13).

New York Times: She Took On Colombia’s Soda Industry. Then She Was Silenced (Jacobs/Richtel, 11/13).

New York Times: In Africa, Rural Clinics Entice Pregnant Women With ‘Baby Pictures’ (McNeil, 11/10).

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