• Reframing climate change as a human health issue:
- WHO hosts first international conference
- Investing in health instead of fuel subsidies
- Interview: bringing air pollution into the equation
• Family planning should be included in development goals
• Child growth and economic growth in China
• Men’s health should count too
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