Healthcare Strategies and Planning for Social Inclusion and Development Volume 2: Social, Economic, and Health Disparities of Rural Women, 2022, Pages 1-42

This chapter advances the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health, Goal 5: Gender Equity, and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by highlighting social determinants like gender inequality, starvation, nonavailability of basic nutrients, etc. are described in detail, on the basis of social exclusion, disparity, aging issues, domestic violence, and health problem like obstetric and reproduction.
This study compares GM (Growth Monitoring) manuals from Tanzania, India and The Netherlands with each other, and with the materials for the WHO’s training course on child growth assessment.

Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular Basis of Disease, Volume 1868, 1 April 2022

 A schematic diagram of the protein structure of Fibrocystin (FPC) and DZIP1L
ARPKD is a rare disease. This review explores the genetics of ARPKD and is accompanied by a short video by the author with a summary of the article.
For Ukrainian pediatric cancer patients receiving care outside of their nation's borders on February 24, 2022, the Russian invasion of Ukraine compounded these problems.

Kanski's Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Fourth edition)
2023, Pages 289-303

This content links with Goal 3: Good health and well-being and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by providing insight on a group of inherited disorders that have an effect on the RPE-photoreceptor complex and choriocapillaris, causing a range of symptoms and in many cases gradual visual loss.
A Viewpoint 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 impact on people with HIV and opioid use disorder.
Ukrainian Refugees' experience at Cancer Centers in Poland and Italy.
The Lancet Nigeria Commission supports SDG 3 by repositioning future health policy in Nigeria to achieve universal health coverage and better health for all, and presents the evidence to support a positive and realistic future for Nigeria.
This Viewpoint supports SDGs 3 and 16 by highlighting how mass incarceration contributes to structural racism and discussing how this exacerbates health inequalities. The authors focus on the COVID-19 pandemic as an example.