Mitochondrion, Volume 68, January 2023
TK2d is an ultrarare autosomal recessive mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome. Nucleoside therapy improves or stabilizes disease across key outcomes including survival, ambulation, and requirement for mechanical ventilation. However, little is known about the effects of nucleoside therapy treatment of TK2d from the patient's perspective. This study sought to address this knowledge gap.
Clinical Imaging, Volume 95, March 2023, Pages 62-64
This Article supports SDGs 3, 5 and 9 by outlining how, in the current legal landscape, to reduce the collection and documentation of reproductive health information in nuclear medicine in light of the SCOTUS decision on Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization that overturned a 49-year-old federal recognition of abortion rights.
This article ties to SDG 3. This review highlights evidence that Maternal Separation (MS) interferes with neural development to permanently alter bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST) circuitry, which may account for a variety of behavioral deficits seen following early life stress.
Lancet Regional Health - Americas, Volume 16, December 2022
This Article supports SDGs 3, 5, 10 and 16 by assessing changes in stillbirth rates overall and for Black and White women, finding that there was a substantial racial disparity and suggesting that targeted health and social policies are needed to address this issue.
Energy for Sustainable Development, Volume 71, December 2022
Innovation in Environmental Technologies (ETs) is critical for meeting the Paris Climate Agreement. Through an empirical analysis we show that collaboration between NICs and G7 countries drives ET innovation in the former. Results suggest that much greater policy focus should be aimed at collaboration rather than technology transfer. Collaboration breeds more NIC’s innovation by inducing learning-by-doing, learning-by-innovating and learning-by-exporting
The American Journal of Medicine, available online 22 December 2022
Dismantling racism in health care demands that medical education promote racial justice throughout all stages of medical training. The development of any anti-racism curriculum in medicine requires the ability to identify racial bias in practices we have not previously recognized as explicitly racist or unjust.