Diagram of leprosy
This article relates to SDG 3. This resource, created together by Osmosis and the National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD), aims to increase the knowledge and awareness about Leprosy, an ancient chronic infection disease that can affect the skin, eyes, and nervous system.
Graphic of gorlin syndrome
This article relates to SDG 3. This resource, created together by Osmosis and the National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD), aims to increase the knowledge and awareness about Gorlin Syndrome, a mutation in a tumor suppressor gene is the root cause of proliferation of cancer cells, leading to basal cell carcinomas, abnormal cysts in the jaw, bone deformities, and several other manifestations.
The research in this paper shows that all 4 WEPs (Wild Edible Plants) frequently consumed by the Semai have variable quantities of proximate composition and mineral composition .According to the study’s findings, these wild plants can be regarded as inexpensive and good sources of micronutrients necessary for health and well-being. They can also contribute substantially to dietary needs, especially in remote areas, because of their beneficial nutritional qualities.

International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, Volume 23, 1 April 2023

The study shows that resource variables are relevant for understanding the situation of cancer patients. Clinicians who notice low levels of sense of coherence, resilience, or optimisms in their patients will be better prepared for identifying patients in need for interventions. Especially younger patients deserve special attention.
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The New Public Health (Fourth Edition), 2023, Pages 1097-1158

This chapter advances the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities. It examines the globalization of health as there is increase focus on the international transfer of diseases and the imperative of cooperating to combat inequity under societal conditions that create the spread of diseases and their effects on individual nations and the global community.
This Article supports SDG 3 by analysing several cohorts of people with HIV/HCV co-infection across 6 high-income countries, and identifying that a substantial proportion had not commenced direct-acting antiviral treatment for HCV infection despite unrestricted access. Factors associated with commencement or lack thereof are explored; for example, people with indicators of low engagement with HIV care (eg, not on antiretroviral therapy) were more likely not to have commenced HCV direct-acting antiviral treatment)
This Article supports SDG 3 by providing the first comprehensive review of the global burden of hepatis B and C in people with tuberculosis, through a systematic review and meta-analysis including 127 studies. The review found a high prevalence of these infections in this patient population, showing the need for routine hepatitis testing at the point of diagnosis of tuberculosis.
This Viewpoint supports Sustainable Development Goal 3 by discussing the effects of the FDA's approval of aducanumab, a treatment for early-stage Alzheimer's disease, despite its limited clinical benefit, as well as the decision of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to restrict coverage to individuals enrolled in clinical trials. The authors note that these decisions have led to a confusing landscape for patients with Alzheimer's disease.
This Article supports Sustainable Development Goal 3 by estimating the incidence and risk factors for vascular cognitive symptoms among first-ever stroke survivors in China, and shows an association of post-stroke cognitive impairment with age, education, and region (western China had higher rates of post-stroke cognitive impairment relative to other regions).