This Special Issue highlights publicly available journal articles and book chapters focusing on various humanitarian issues related to the crisis in the Ukraine and other countries.
In this episode of The Lancet Voice, linked to SDGs 3 and 16, Oksana Pyzik joins Gavin Cleaver and Jessamy Bagenal to talk about the short and long-term health impacts of the conflict in Ukraine, and what happens next for those forced to flee.
How poor mental health in parents can contribute to child neglect..
How too much information can affect mental health by causing distress.
Elsevier,

Reference Module in Food Science, 2022

Food security is achieved when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.
For World Health Day 2022, RELX's Global Head of Corporate Responsibility, Márcia Balisciano, speaks to Dr. Rebecca Katz on this year's theme of "our planet, our health".
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Our planet, our health

Are we able to reimagine a world where clean air, water and food are available to all?

Where economies are focused on health and well-being?

Although older people have been recognised as a vulnerable group in humanitarian crises, they have not traditionally been considered a priority for humanitarian assistance.
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Nanomaterials including engineered nanomaterials and nanoplastics emerge as new pollutants to the ecosystem. In particular, studies on the adverse effects of nanomaterials on the brain are limited. Various animal models offer opportunities to evaluate neurological effects of nanomaterials. We summarize recent studies and key findings on neurotoxicological effects of nanomaterials, focusing on zebrafish.
Elsevier,

Journal of Integrative Agriculture, Volume 21, April 2022

Using agronomic experiment data from 62 studies between 1987 and 2021, we employ a meta-analysis to analyze the factors contributing to the heterogeneous effects of wastewater irrigation on crop yield.

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