Articles

Elsevier,

Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Volume 133, July 2024

With evident relevance to SDG 6, the research explores a water pollution control technology evaluation model based on the Pythagorean language neutrosophic set (PLNS) in the context of the pulp and paper industry. The authors' model aims to assist in the choice of appropriate water pollution control technology for those working within the paper industry. It is tested in an example based in China.
Elsevier,

Epidemics, Volume 47, June 2024

To understand how best to help patients and improve health during an epidemic it is necessary to have good modelling techniques and protocols.
XpertHR
As record-breaking temperatures are steadily becoming the norm nationwide, employers have a unique position and obligation to ensure they keep their employees safe and healthy in the extreme heat. This article supports SDGs 3, 8 and 13.
Elsevier,

International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Volume 257, April 2024

The article emphasizes the importance of providing training and supporting resources alongside open science initiatives to enhance accessibility and reduce barriers in the field. It suggests that these educational resources should be customized to cater to diverse user profiles, including neuroscientists, computational scientists, and educators.
Elsevier,

International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Volume 257, April 2024

It is important to have scientifically analyzed data to support the policy direction for children's schools, as they are a vulnerable group when it comes to emerging infectious diseases. [hotspot – schools]
Elsevier,

Food Microbiology, Volume 118, April 2024

A reminder that some effective preventatives for the spreading of disease are relatively simple such as good hygiene and efficient washing.
Elsevier,

Cancer Letters, Volume 586, 1 April 2024

Cancer disproportionately impacts Black patients in incidence and mortality. Accordingly, optimal anticancer pharmacotherapy is critical to improving outcomes in this population, however, Black patients are less likely to receive anticancer pharmacotherapy.
Elsevier,

Reproductive BioMedicine Online, Volume 48, April 2024

Supports SDG 3 in describing problems associated with delayed pregnancies and a lack of access to care.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Regional Health - Southeast Asia, Volume 23, April 2024

This Comment supports SGDs 3 and 10 by discussing how the use of cashless payment systems in India can help to promote equitable access to health care and improve patient experiences, and well as examining some barriers to adoption.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Psychiatry, Volume 11, March 2024

This primary research Article looks at the effects of being able to access community perinatal mental health teams compared with living in regions where those teams were not available. The study found that, among women with a pre-existing mental disorder, the availability of community perinatal mental health teams reduced the post-natal risk of acute relapse and increased the use of secondary mental health care.

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