This Article supports Sustainable Development Goal 3 by calculating the proportion of dementia in Australia attributable to 11 potentially modifiable risk factors. They found that 38% of dementia was attributable to these risk factors (increasing to 41% when a 12th risk factor, traumatic brain injury, was added). The authors note that these findings could help to guide culturally specific dementia risk reduction programmes.

Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, Volume 79, September 2023

The role of estrogen and ferroptosis in Alzheimer's disease is known. Ginseng has estrogen-like effects as well as a regulatory role in Alzheimer's disease and iron metabolism and this paper discusses for the frist time the link between ginseng, ferroptosis, and Alzheimer's disease.
This Viewpoint supports SDG 3 and 10 by describing the health effects of settler colonial erasure and racial capitalist exploitation, arguing that widespread epistemic and material injustice, long noted by marginalised communities, is more apparent and challengeable with the consistent application of these two frameworks.

The Lancet Global Health, Volume 11, September 2023

This Comment article supports SDG 3 and 10 by calling on all countries to urgently prioritise strengthening resilient and equitable health systems to achieve universal health coverage, framing universal health coverage as a matter of health, rights, and justice, as well as a key enabler of human security.

From Bench to Bedside
2024, Pages 23-34

This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing by discussing the mechanism of action and the differences among the different classes of RTs (HIV-1, Tyr3, and TERT) which encompass the three main classes of RTs: retroviruses, retrotransposons, and telomerases, respectively.
This study supports SDG 3 by showing that although people living with HIV in South Africa predominantly have a well controlled condition, there is a high burden of unmet health needs for people living with hypertension and diabetes.
This article underscores the need to screen early for balance issues and fall risk in patients with Alzheimer's, as these patients are more prone to falls. The end goal is to promote earlier screening so as to better improve their quality of life.
SDG 3.3 is to end the AIDs epidemic, this study shows that of 793,902 people with HIV in Kenya included in the study >25% had low level viraemia, which is associate with a higher risk of virological failure. By defining virological supression as

Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part - C: Toxicology and Pharmacology, Volume 271, September 2023

OKA is a potent neurotoxin and has a profound effect on cognitive dysfunction in Zebrafish. 4D and 10D OKA treated zebrafish show significant changes in gene expressions related to neuroinflammation. OKA exposed zebrafish display a substantial number of proteins that are involved in contributing to AD pathology. OKA-induced AD in zebrafish model can be used as a screening tool to explore further underlying possible mechanisms.