Racial and Ethnic discrimination effects on adolescent mental health.
This chapter takes research on loneliness in elderly and applies it to designing intervention programs to help prevent loneliness.
Methodological summary for projecting future VSL-based economic burden of ADRDs (Model 1).
An article on the economic burden of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on the global, regional, and national estimates from 2019 to 2050.

Journal of Aging Studies, Volume 61, June 2022

A carer (on the left) gives food to the person with dementia (on the right).
This article addresses supporting those with late-stage dementia to maintain quality of life.
An Article on mental health morbidities in family carers of individuals with psychosis, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on online psychoeducation.
An Article on the association between traumatic events in childhood and mental health and cognition in adulthood, in the context of SDG 3, focusing specifically on the involvement of brain functional connectivities.
An Article on suicide risk among individuals from minority ethnic backgrounds, in the context of SDG 3, highlighting the heterogeneity in risk among minority ethnic groups and the need to change the practice of homogenously grouping individuals together in research and the public discourse.

World Environment Day is the most renowned day for environmental action. Since 1974, it has been celebrated every year on June 5th, engaging governments, businesses, celebrities and citizens to focus their efforts on a pressing environmental issue.

An Article in support of all SDGS, particularly SDGs 4, 13, and 17, assessing the interlinkages between the 17 SDGs and climate change.
Hepatitis C has increased in women of childbearing age and has important implications in women who become pregnant and their infants. The effect that hepatitis C has on pregnancy outcomes was evaluated as well as the rate of hepatitis C transmission to infants in a large database with linked mother-infant records. It was found that active hepatitis C during pregnancy increased the risk of pregnancy complications. Also identified were very low rates of testing of infants born to mothers with hepatitis C but found higher rates of hepatitis C transmission to infants in mothers with higher virus levels.