Elsevier, Current Developments in Nutrition, Volume 6, 1 May 2022
The findings in this paper suggest that both supply- and demand-side solutions are needed to improve HMG (health mothers’ group) performance and uptake in Nepal. These solutions need to include improving FCHV (female community health volunteer) skills and motivating them to provide high-quality HMG services, as well as encouraging family members to support women so that they have time to participate in the HMGs.
This paper's findings highlight various facilitators and barriers that need to be given special attention during the design and implementation phases of PDH (Positive Deviance/Hearth) and PDH-IVC (Positive Deviance/Hearth-Interactive Voice Calling program). The mental health, time, and resource constraints of elderly caregivers should also be addressed for a context like Cambodia when implementing child-focused health and nutrition programs.
Venn diagram describing the overlap in antimicrobial compound hits against M chimaera, M abscessus, and M tuberculosis.
This Article supports SDG 3, focusing on using an open drug discovery platform to identify compounds that inhibit Mycobacterium chimaera, as well as investigating possible drug repurposing options
Elsevier, Women's Studies International Forum, Volume 92, 1 May 2022
While there is much research on men's mental health and sport, there has been less focus on women's gendered experiences of mental health and sport.
This study examines the impact of adverse childhood experiences on the mental health of older adults and explores the role of physical and cognitive functions as mediators. It also finds that the number of children moderates the relationship, with ACEs having a stronger effect on mental health for older adults with fewer children.
A study in Osaka, Japan, investigated social support's effect on mental health across different age groups. The study suggests prioritizing neighbourly support in mental health interventions for the pre-old population.
In the past decade, mental health is embedded in the concept of health and teachers’ mental health has become the focus of surveys.
Background: Community participation has the potential to improve the effects of interventions and reduce inequalities in child growth.
This Article supports SDGs 3 and 16 by quantifying mortality risk after a dementia diagnosis, focusing specifically on differences across race and ethnicity. The authors discuss the implications for financial and health services planning, as well as quality of life.

eClinicalMedicine, Volume 46, April 2022

The morbidity and mortality caused by unsafe abortions can be avoided if necessary steps to decriminalise and destigmatise abortion are taken, and health-care systems provide universally accessible safe abortion care.