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krisp Oct 11
Open Access paper in Lancet Global Health on trends of HIV incidence in young women in Africa - great collaboration with - Open access at:
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Anthony Laverty Oct 11
Great new paper out today on effects of economic recessions on health in Brazil - key findings 1) recession = greater mortality 2) this greater in some groups like those of black/mixed race and perhaps most importantly .......
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Ellen Piwoz Oct 11
Looking forward to the outputs from the Oxford-PATH Human Milk Working Group to help address some of the barriers to creating supportive environments – which includes human milk banks – around the world.
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Kunmi Sobowale, MD Oct 10
Economic interventions are nice, but here is another study showing combining economic w/ psychological intervention improves outcomes. In this case, reduced interpersonal physical violence against women
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Thomas Hone Oct 11
New paper on health impact of economic recession in Brazil 🇧🇷 in ! Key pts: 1⃣ recession = higher mortality (>31,000 deaths). 2⃣ black/mixed race, male and working age Brazilians most affected. 3⃣ health and social protection $$ protect people.
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Luke Allen Oct 11
🔥 Out today in Small article, big money The 33 largest publicly listed companies made US$829 billion in 2017 according to their own financial records State action is required to constrain these vectors
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Paul Belcher 🇪🇺 Oct 11
: Corporate profits versus spending on non-communicable disease prevention: an unhealthy balance spends approximately $4 billion on marketing each year and US firms spend $1 million per hour on advertising.”
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The Lancet Global Health Oct 10
A successful sixth replenishment will enable the to act as a powerful driver of effective [donor] transition, while also securing achievement of the targets between now and 2022
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Svetlana Axelrod Oct 9
More than 1 billion 👤 worldwide are living with vision impairment because they do not get the care they need for eye conditions. Modifiable risk factors include smoking, nutrition, occupational & recreational activities. 📖 World Report on Vision:
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The Lancet Global Health Oct 10
This we are excited to announce a new Commission on global eye health. Alongside the the Commission will help inform govts, communities, and other stakeholders about the route beyond 2020 to further the &
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The Lancet Global Health Oct 9
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Gates Health Oct 8
Strong primary health care is the foundation and future of . New research shows that by investing an additional 200 billion a year on in low-and middle-income countries, 60 million lives could be saved by 2030:
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The Lancet Global Health Sep 30
¿Cuál ha sido el impacto de Seguro Popular sobre la salud de los niños en México? y discuten su artículo y lecciones para la . Escuchar: Leer: con resumen en español:
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The Lancet Global Health Sep 30
What has been the impact of Mexico's national health insurance program, Seguro Popular, on the health of children? and discuss their article and lessons for . Listen here: , Read here:
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Frederico Guanais Sep 27
Today , a call for investment in : it can avert 60.1 million deaths in 2020-2030 in LMIC. But to track progress well, we need to continue improving measures of financing.
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Karin Stenberg Sep 27
Hot off the press! An additional US$200–328 billion per year is required to strengthen PHC in LMICs, depending on how PHC is measured. Read our paper on Investment Guide Posts in !
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Dr Agnes Soucat Sep 27
New ! An additional US$200–328 billion per year is required to accelerate progress towards UHC through a PHC route in LMICs Read the brand new paper on Investment Guide Posts PHC
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THET Sep 26
"The more they said I couldn't do it, the more I had to go on." - on her awe inspiring journey to rebuild the Somaliland health system through the Edna Adan University Hospital.
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The Lancet Global Health Sep 26
Translate your good intentions into actions!
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