American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 115, 1 January 2022

This article brings together the speakers from the Symposium and presents a synthesis and summary of 3 of the world’s biggest problems in the 21st century: the burden of malnutrition and noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), the consequences of climate change, and the massive economic and social inequities within and among nations. All 3 are directly related to sustainable food systems that are shared collectively and globally.

Advances in Nutrition, Volume 13, 2022

This review can serve as a basis for the development of a composite assessment indicator allowing for a complete assessment of all dimensions of sustainability, as it describes how the Mediterranean diet has been evaluated and points out what could be the main limitations of these assessments.

Clinical Breast Cancer, Volume , 2022

This Study explores the racial disparities that exist in the emergency departments of 4 hospitals, when they are most prevalent, and how patients' sociodemographic characterstics impact image acquisition time, raising awareness for SDGs 3, 9 and 10.

Cancer Treatment and Research Communications, Volume 32, January 2022

This Study supports SDGs 3 and 10, illuminating the substantial racial disparities in men and women diagnosed with colorectal cancer and the impact these disparities have on treatment and outcomes.

Building and Environment, Volume 207, January 2022

Two green gown award winning buildings, built in 2004 and 2017, were investigated. Features include rainwater harvesting, sensing and photovoltaic panel systems. Sustainability features delivered only 28–71% of their potential resource savings. The performance gaps were due to technical, human, and economic factors.

Annals of Hepatology, Volume 27, January 2022

This article aligns with the SDG goal 3 of good health and wellbeing and SDG 10 Reduced inequalities by showing the importance of continuing screening for hepatitis and early detection of liver damage, especially in high-risk population groups.
Elsevier, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Volume 157, January 2022
Humanitarian aid in disasters is critical to saving lives and alleviating human suffering. This paper presents a novel scenario-based robust bi-objective optimization model that integrates medical facility location, casualty transportation, and relief commodity allocation considering triage. The proposed model aims to minimize the total deprivation cost of casualties due to the delayed access to medical services and the total operation cost.