Included in the coverage:Food fortification and other innovations to address child malnutrition.Anti-trafficking innovations, urbanization, and global health.Innovations to address global climate change in cities.Innovations in disaster preparedness: implications for urbanization and health.Medical diagnostic innovations in urban developing settings.The case for comprehensive, integrated, and standardized measures of health in cities.
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