Women represent ⅔ of the cases of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Current research has focused on differential risks to explain higher rates of AD in women.
Background: Sexual dysfunction and sexual distress are common during pregnancy, but the effects of exposure to sexual violence on sexual dysfunction and sexual distress in pregnant women is unknown.
Intervening in the food environment is critical to improve the diets and nutrition of children and adolescents.
Unhealthy food marketing has long been identified as a systems factor with negative health effects on children.
Managerial oversight is strengthened and firms' strategic performance improved when boards are gender-diverse. Yet the rate of women's appointment to corporate boards is decelerating.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered the professional and personal lives of radiologists and radiation oncologists.
Background: Patients from ethnic minority groups are disproportionately affected by Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Building on the Innocenti Framework on Food Systems for Children and Adolescents, this paper describes the significance of a food systems approach to improving children's diets.

Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is one of the leading causes of preventable blindness in the working-age diabetic population in India and across the world.

Background: With the rapid demographic shift towards an ageing society, it is a concerted effort to facilitate elderly's access to healthcare in order to maintain and improve their quality of life.