By Grace Bellinger – Blog Editor
- Fifteen children in South Sudan have died as a result of a botched measles vaccination campaign in which the team was not properly trained.
- India publicly reports three cases of Zika virus, several months after their discovery.
- Large study in Boston finds that fewer than 4% of Americans have food allergies, which is lower than previous estimates.
- New study finds that over a third of young girls have experienced depression by age seventeen.
- New Northwestern Medicine study shows that taking antidepressants during pregnancy is not associated with problems in newborn babies.
- A Northwestern professor co-authored a paper suggesting a better way to assess risk of cardiovascular disease.