Public Health in the News (7/22/18 – 7/28/18)

By Grace Bellinger, NPHR Blog Editor


  • China is experiencing a vaccine scandal after hundreds of thousands of vaccines against rabies and diphtheria/tetanus provided for Chinese children were found to be faulty.
  • New Zealand recently passed a law which provides domestic violence victims 10 days of paid leave to improve their living situations.
  • The World Health Organization announced that the Ebola outbreak that began in the Democratic Republic of Congo in April is officially over.


  • Mondelez International has recalled several products containing whey powder, including Ritz cracker products, due to a potential salmonella risk.


  • Northwestern professor coauthored a study suggesting that rapid fluid administration to children suffering from complications related to diabetic ketoacidosis does not increase the risk of brain injury, which contradicts the current standard of care.
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The is the blog of the Northwestern Public Health Review journal. The blog and journal are both student run and contain research articles, opinions, interviews and other content pertaining to public health.

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