This article explores whether aromatherapy plus music therapy improves pain intensity and anxiety scores in patients with breast cancer during perioperative periods.
This Article supports SDG 3 by assessing the levels and trends of the global burden of tuberculosis, with an emphasis on investigating differences in sex by HIV status for 204 countries and territories from 1990 to 2019.

Mutation Research - Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, Volume 874-875, 1 February 2022

This review focus on the mechanisms by which oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, ER stress, and inflammation are involved in the pathophysiology of T2D, highlighting the importance of the antioxidant response and DNA repair mechanisms counteracting the development of the disease.
HIV-1 viral load assays are essential tools for clinical management of people living with HIV-1. The cobas HIV-1 assay is highly sensitive, accurate and suitable for use in clinical practice.
This Article supports SDGs 3 and 5, focusing on the association between testosterone concentrations and risk of major adverse cardiac events in older women.
A review article discusses various drugs and plant extracts for Alzheimer's disease, and further discusses plant species that can be researched for treatment.

Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Volume 125, February 2022

The paper supports SDG 6 and 3 by discussing toxins in water and the risk of using contaminated water to process food.

Diabetes Without Needles, Non-invasive Diagnostics and Health Management, 2022, Pages 27-92

Introduces diabetes including past, present, and future achievements in this field. The goal of SDG target 3.4.1 is to reduce the mortality rate attributed to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease

Journal of Climate Change and Health, Volume 5, February 2022

This article advances SDG # 3 and 13 through its examination of the medical concepts of hope and helplessness and applies these medical and philosophical frameworks to the climate crisis.
This study, relevant to Goals 3, 10, and 13, examined how often and in which countries health considerations were factored into a country’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC’s) for climate commitments. They found that countries with the greatest vulnerability to climate change health effects – largely countries with the fewest resources – considered health effects the most. The authors recommend that considering health, even in higher resourced countries, can increase public backing for ambitious climate goals.