Articles

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International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Volume 252, July 2023

This research underscores the health rights of firefighters by investigating the potential impact of occupational exposure to PFAS and PAHs on liver function and serum lipids, which could contribute to work-related adverse health outcomes. [occupational exposure]
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The Lancet HIV, 2023, ISSN 2352-3018, https://doi.org/10.1016/S2352-3018(23)00106-6.

This paper reviews the unique perspective that Indigenous People have on the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the interactions between Indigenous Identities and HIV. The authors call for a human rights based approach to ending the HIV epidemic among Indigenous Peoples.
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The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Volume 8, July 2023

This Article supports SDG 3 by analysing peripartum antiviral prophylaxis for hepatitis B in 110 countries, finding that it could be beneficial in averting both neonatal hepatitis B infections and DALYS, and that it might be cost-effective depending on how it is implemented and the associated diagnostic costs.
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Annals of Hepatology, Volume 28, 1 July 2023

This article aligns with the SDG goal 3 of Good health and wellbeing by creating a nomogram useful for clinical decision making that shows good performance in predicting the 1-year survival rate in patients with HBV-related HCC.
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Journal of Transport Geography, Volume 111, July 2023

Explores the impact and consequences of not being able to make trips because of transport disadvantage. Explicitly does so in relation to SDG goal 11.2.
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Patterns, Volume 4, Issue 7, 2023, 100790, ISSN 2666-3899,

This Perspective explores the sources of bias in medical machine learning, and how these can contribute to unequal performance, for example for women. The authors discuss methods for mitigating bias, hopefully leading to more equitable use of machine learning in healthcare.
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Kidney International, Volume 104, July 2023

Water is a dwindling natural resource, and potable water is wrongly considered an unlimited resource. This review seeks to support policymakers in making informed decisions about water use, avoiding wasting, and finding solutions that may be planet friendly and patient friendly in dialysis, especially in hemodialysis treatments.

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