This study supports SDG 3 and 10 by showing that the risk of dementia and the modifiable risk factors for dementia vary substantially among the different ethnic groups in New Zealand (European, Māori, Asian, and Pacific people), indicating that dementia prevention efforts should be tailored to each ethnic group, to account for these differences.
Interesting paper on looking at the history of self-reported HCV testing used in Florida, a state with one of the highest HIV prevalence.
A 24-hour waste audit in the Emergency Department of a suburban community hospital to identify waste content, estimate environmental impact and explore avenues for improvement in waste disposal.
Hepatitis B (HB) vaccination plays a significant role in controlling HBV infection. Different immune mechanisms govern anti-HBs acquisition, titer, and maintenance. Host pre-vaccination immunological status could be targeted for vaccine efficacy.

The Journal of Climate Change and Health, Volume 4, 2021,100038,

A declaration from regional, national, and international pediatric organizations—together with multidisciplinary child health professionals, child advocates, youth, and families—to address the climate crisis and its adverse effects on child health.

In sub-Saharan Africa, HIV/AIDS remains a big challenge and a leading cause of death among young adults, its main productive human resource.


Contamination of Water, Health Risk Assessment and Treatment Strategies, 2021, Pages 99-107

Pesticides have the potential to contaminate groundwater resources and have become a serious concern worldwide. In this chapter, we have discussed the mechanism of pesticide pollution along with its trajectory from the land surface into aquifers. Additionally, the harmful effects of pesticides on human health and promising remedies for reducing pesticide pollution have also been discussed.

Contamination of Water, Health Risk Assessment and Treatment Strategies, 2021, Pages 49-64

This chapter highlights important implications of the field such as permissible limits of heavy metals in water systems, major sources of aquatic heavy metal pollution, impact of heavy metal contamination on aquatic life, human health and environment, loss of resources in form of heavy metals, prominent strategies adopted to tackle the problem, recent advancement in treatment technologies for heavy metal contaminated wastewater, and future aspects.
This chapter examines how PPCPs are often termed as micropollutants or trace organics, as these compounds are present in the µg/L range in the environment. PPCPs may pose a serious threat to aquatic life, having acute and chronic toxicity responses. As a result, there is a need for evolving technologies to detect, identify, and remediate compounds from these micropollutants.