Held in partnership with the University of Johannesburg, this Elsevier webinar discusses the SDGs and how researchers can incorporate them into their work.
Held in partnership with the University of São Paulo, this Elsevier webinar discusses the SDGs and how researchers can incorporate them into their work.
This cross-sectional study examined whether levels of soluble Aβ42 are higher in amyloid-positive normal cognition (NC) individuals compared to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease.
This paper presents an appraisal of the literature, reports, and studies that seek to the possible role of Toxoplasma gondii in the development of Alzheimer's Disease.
This book chapter advances SDG 3 and 10 by exploring the gap within research literature in which the intersectional complexities of South Asian Muslims lie by examining the historical and geopolitical contexts of South Asian Muslim experiences in the United States. This chapter discusses the ways in which contemporary South Asian Muslim American experiences are further complicated when navigating additional marginalized identities such as gender and sexual orientation, age and generational influences, disability status, class, and national origin.
This book chapter advances SDG 3 and 10 reviewing the extent to which coronavirus lockdown and restrictions have affected the life of the people of Ghana
This book chapter advances SDG 3 and 10 by discussing the importance of social support and psychological flexibility to act as a buffer between the effects of COVID-19 on psychological distress and mental health.
This article indicates that social systems are already continually influenced by actors through their everyday activities. When the need for more intentional intervention in this ongoing systems evolution arises, social structures are a key leverage point for catalyzing systemic change.
This study aimed to optimise feature selection to improve classification accuracy of various stages in Alzheimer's disease progression.
Virtual reality training programs offer health providers an opportunity to understand the isolated, fragmented and confusing world of persons with dementia. Research indicates that providers who are more empathetic provide better care and increase patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes.

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