This study supports SDG 3 by investigating the association between increasing the quality of primary health care in Brazil, with highly-skilled health professionals and integrated community health workers, and reductions in hospitalisations and mortality. These findings suggest that high quality, multidisciplinary primary health care remains essential to strengthening health systems in both high-income countries and in low-income and middle-income countries.

Advances in Life Course Research, in press 2022, 100466

The effect of family on health.
This study supports SDG 3 and 10 by analysing the association between income inequality and more than 60 outcomes of non-communicable diseases in Brazil. These findings emphasise the importance of addressing wider social determinants of health and the synergistic benefits of tackling inequalities.

Food Hydrocolloids for Health, Volume 2, 2022, 100058

This study supports SDG 3 and 13 by quantifying the risk and attributable burden of hospitalisations for renal diseases related to ambient temperature, showing that this risk was positively associated with daily mean temperature and was more prominent in women, children aged 0–4 years, and older people aged ≥80 years. The findings highlight the need for the development of more policies to prevent heat-related hospitalisations and to mitigate climate change.
This Comment article supports SDG 3, 13, and 17 by advocating the creation of a new model of multilateral governance on the basis of the experience gained in two other areas of global public goods governance—climate change and biodiversity.
A good paper looking into water quality in Kenya and how water companies needs to improve on the water quality chemically by adjusting the Calcium and Alkalinity concentration

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, 2022, ISSN 2213-2600

A News article on the unfolding health and humanitarian crisis due to the conflict in Ukraine, in the context of SDGs 3 and 16, focusing specifically on the health of displaced citizens.
Do immigrants suffer extra mental health problems? Is there a way to improve the mental health of first and second generation immigrants?