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Healthcare, Volume 12, March 2024

Large language models (LLMs) are positioned to become another destination for those seeking medical information. Consequently, the readability of these materials becomes an important factor in ensuring their effectiveness in promoting health literacy, given that the average American reads at the eighth-grade level. Supports SDGs 3 and 10.
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Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Volume 39, March 2024

Access to care and contraception are both rights supported by SDG 3.
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Epidemics, Volume 46, March 2024

To understand how best to help patients and improve health during an epidemic it is necessary to have good modelling techniques and protocols.
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Hygiene and Environmental Health Advances, Volume 9, March 2024

The study highlights the importance of monitoring VOC levels in indoor air associated with residential interior finishes to mitigate potential health risks, particularly regarding excess cancer risk among interior finishers in China, contributing to Sustainable Development Goal 3 (Good Health and Well-being).
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Kidney Medicine, Volume 6, March 2024

This study aimed to assess the effect of exposure to organic pollutants in adults with chronic kidney disease (CKD).
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Biological Conservation, Volume 291, March 2024

This paper evaluates the negative impacts of abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) on Indian biodiversity and highlights an urgent necessity to continue building management programs and develop government policies to protect the aquatic environment from it.
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Biological Conservation, Volume 291, March 2024

This paper highlights the importance of Indigenous burning for maintaining and promoting plant diversity in fire-prone ecosystems.
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Trends in Immunology, Volume 45, March 2024

Bats are among the most diverse of all mammalian species and serve as reservoirs of zoonotic viruses responsible for several recent pandemics; new technologies are providing insights into how the unique physiology and lifestyle of bats drive tolerance to virus infection.
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Trends in Immunology, Volume 45, March 2024

Because immune-related genes in humans are genetically closer to bats than mice, dissecting bat biology can catalyze the discovery and understanding of molecular players in human antiviral immunity.

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