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Elsevier,

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 121, August 2023

This article advances SDG # 15 and SDG # 11 by examining the large number of animals killed on road and establish how best to assess the problem so as to improve mitigation.
This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by providing coverage of neural prosthetics (NPs) to restore lost limb function due to neural damage.
Elsevier,

Low Vision
Principles and Management
2024, Pages 1-14

This content aligns with Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by providing an overview of low vision as well as defining concepts such as low vision, disorder, impairment, activity limitation, or participation restriction.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Psychiatry, Available online 24 August 2023

This insight asserts the right of someone who has had an episode of mental illness to return to their previous employment
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 Rare Disease Education: Sanfilippo Syndrome
This article relates to SDG 3. ThCornelia de Lange Syndromeis resource, created together by Osmosis and the National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD), aims to increase the knowledge and awareness about Rare Disease Education: Cornelia de Lange Syndrome
Elsevier,

The Lancet Psychiatry, Available online 22 August 2023

The commentary offers a proposal to aid the meaningful contribution of all voices in youth mental health research.
"We're no acme or pinnacle of anything, we're just simply evolutionary steps," says this week's "World We Want" podcast guest, Dr. Gabriel Filippelli, of the human hubris surrounding climate change. In a long conversation, Márcia Balisciano and Dr. Filippeli, author of Climate Change and Life, touch upon the history of the world, both in terms of climate change and in the patterns of evolution and extinction, as well as what the presently changing climate means for human beings. Balancing pragmatism and optimism, this episode serves as a stark look at the reality of climate change and the will—political, environmental, and personal—needed to adapt.
The article emphasizes the importance of providing training and supporting resources alongside open science initiatives to enhance accessibility and reduce barriers in the field. It suggests that these educational resources should be customized to cater to diverse user profiles, including neuroscientists, computational scientists, and educators.
Understanding the health of the mother can improve the health of the child.

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