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Closing the global gap in adolescent mental health

WebEffective and sustainable interventions to address the global burden of mental disorders in children and adolescents require evidence-based research that fully …

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Making cities mental health friendly for adolescents and …

WebUrban life shapes the mental health of city dwellers, and although cities provide access to health, education and economic gain, urban environments are often …

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Information is a determinant of health Nature Medicine

WebThe COVID-19 pandemic shone a harsh public spotlight on how deep-rooted socioeconomic inequalities affect health outcomes. Irrespective of their geography or …

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Health anxiety amplifies fearful responses to illness …

WebAnxiety and worries related to one’s health are common 1,2, especially in times of a pandemic where individuals are faced with a potential threat of contracting a …

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Health systems resilience in managing the COVID-19 …

WebHealth systems resilience is key to learning lessons from country responses to crises such as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). In this perspective, we review …

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A philosophy of health: life as reality, health as a universal …

WebFive principles of health are presented: (1) Health is the maintainable-ease of functioning; (2) Maintainable-ease of functioning emerges from multiple levels; (3) At …

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Infectious disease in an era of global change

WebGlobal change, including climate change, urbanization and global travel and trade, has affected the emergence and spread of infectious diseases. In the Review, …

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How epidemiology has shaped the COVID pandemic

WebNature’s third progress report, coming at the end of the pandemic’s first year, highlights key findings from epidemiology — from sounding the early alarm to following …

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AI in health and medicine Nature Medicine

WebAI has the potential to reshape medicine and make healthcare more accurate, efficient and accessible; this Review discusses recent progress, opportunities …

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Why the WHO took two years to say COVID is airborne

WebAccording to Trish Greenhalgh, a primary-care health researcher at the University of Oxford, UK, the IPC GDG members were guided by their medical training …

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Climate change and health: three grand challenges

WebClimate change has been identified as potentially the greatest health challenge of the twenty-first century 2, 3. It is bringing more deadly extreme heat and …

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The global challenge of cancer Nature Cancer

WebCancer is a multifaceted global health issue that continues to demand action. We are launching Nature Cancer to inform, inspire and convene scientists across the …

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Intermittent and periodic fasting, longevity and disease

WebClinical Oral Investigations (2023) Intermittent and periodic fasting (IF and PF, respectively) are emerging as safe strategies to affect longevity and healthspan by …

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Ethnicity data resource in population-wide health records

WebIntersectional social determinants including ethnicity are vital in health research. We curated a population-wide data resource of self-identified ethnicity data …

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Smoking changes your immune system, even years after quitting

WebIt's well-known that smoking is bad for health and it has been linked to several autoimmune disorders, but the mechanisms are not fully understood. Now, …

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The effects of plant-based diets on the body and the brain: a

WebHowever, while a putative link between such metabolic alterations and brain health through pathways which might include diet-related neurotransmitter precursors, …

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Analysis of risk factors and prognostic factors of brain

WebBeing extremely aggressive and heterogeneous, gastric cancer poses a global public health risk 2. It is a multifactorial disease brought on by a variety of genetic …

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Leveraging electronic health records and knowledge networks for

WebIdentification of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) onset risk can facilitate interventions before irreversible disease progression. We demonstrate that electronic health records …

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Health effects associated with smoking: a Burden of Proof study

WebWe identified three outcomes with a 4-star association with smoking: COPD (72% increase in risk based on the BPRF, 0.54 ROS), lower respiratory tract infection …

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WHO Digital MedUSafelines: a milestone for global health

WebIntroduction. On April 17, 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) reached a new milestone as it released the first evidence-based guidelines on digital …

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Reshaping healthcare with wearable biosensors Scientific Reports …

WebWearable health sensors could monitor the wearer's health and surrounding environment in real-time. With the development of sensor and operating system …

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Direct human health risks of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide …

WebDiscussion. Emerging evidence supports the possibility that CO 2 (at concentrations <5,000 ppm) poses direct risks to human health. These risks include …

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5G mobile networks and health—a state-of-the-science review of …

WebThe increased use of radiofrequency (RF) fields above 6 GHz, particularly for the 5 G mobile phone network, has given rise to public concern about any possible …

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Soil microbiomes and one health Nature Reviews Microbiology

WebA range of studies have revealed that soil microbial diversity is positively linked to various components of one health, including aspects of soil 79, plant 20 and …

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The ‘Bill Gates problem’: do billionaire philanthropists skew global

WebThe foundation spends billions of dollars each year (US$7 billion in 2022) on global projects aimed at a range of challenges, from improving health outcomes to …

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Assessment of ownership of smart devices and the acceptability of

WebConversely, the data type that was the least amenable to being shared was self-reported measures from health and fitness apps (e.g., mindfulness and mood, water …

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Greener cities: a necessity or a luxury

WebAre urban trees and parks essential to improving the environment and human health — or just a sop to middle-class ideals of gentrification? Two books debate these …

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Comparing videofluoroscopy and endoscopy to assess swallowing …

WebBaylor Health Care System Foundation. Author information. Authors and Affiliations. Department of Communication Sciences and Oral Health, Texas Woman’s …

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Ultrasound performance using the EU-TIRADS score in the

WebNodular thyroid pathology is very common worldwide. Indeed, in countries where iodine intake is sufficient, the clinical prevalence of thyroid nodules is around 5% …

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