Jason Beaubien Jason Beaubien is NPR's Global Health and Development Correspondent on the Science Desk.
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Yellow Fever Encroaches Megacities, Straining Global Vaccine Supply

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Surge In Antibiotics Is A Boon For Superbugs

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Metformin pills — they're a go-to drug for type 2 diabetics — move through a sorting machine at a pharmaceutical plant in India. Sara Hylton/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Fayes Khamal tests out a kite he's just made in the Hakimpara Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. Allison Joyce for NPR hide caption

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A 10-Year-Old Kid Is Making Magic With His Kites

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Rohingya Refugee Camps Created In Bangladesh Aren't A Sustainable Situation

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A woman carries water up a steep hill in the Balukhali Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. Aid workers say these slopes may collapse in the coming monsoon rains. Allison Joyce for NPR hide caption

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Monsoon Rains Could Devastate Rohingya Camps

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By mid-January, there had been nearly 5,000 reported cases of diphtheria in the camps and 33 deaths. Allison Joyce for NPR hide caption

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Rare Disease Finds Fertile Ground In Rohingya Refugee Camps

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News Brief: Republicans Rally Behind Nunes Memo, Trump Heads To Davos

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Bangladesh Postpones Controversial Plan To Send Rohingya Refugees Back Home

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De-Mining In Colombia: The Slow Process Of Clearing Away Land Mines

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