International Journal of Behavioral Medicine
This article provides comprehensive, empirically based advice to help health professionals prevent cardiovascular disease and thus keep people in good health and out of the healthcare system.
Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Must-read advice for clinicians on the rapidly evolving challenges and opportunities for using microbiome analysis to gain insights into patient health.
Health Research Policy and Systems
Enabling gender equality in health research: the benefits and limitations of ATHENA Swan.
This preliminary study shows the potential value of dichoptic training based on a virtual reality head-mounted display in the treatment of adult anisometropic amblyopia.
Journal of Family Violence
Shelters are recommended for domestic violence, but do they actually help victims? The largest study of shelters and victims to-date shows that they do.
Maternal and Child Health Journal
This paper highlights the lack of adherence to basic maternal health care standards in US jails, which has rapidly emerged as a central aspect of the opioid crisis. Women in jails are vulnerable, and neglecting their health could have lifelong health consequences.
Nature Reviews Rheumatology
Insights into the FDA’s roadmap for developing and approving biosimilars, so as to increase patients’ access to important treatments.
Drug Delivery and Translational Research
This paper describes a safe, acceptable, affordable, and accessible self-initiated multipurpose prevention technology (MPT) that could protect women against the non-curable sexually transmitted infections (STIs) caused by HIV, HSV-2, and HPV, as well as unintended pregnancy and so could significantly improve the health of millions of women globally.
Journal of General Internal Medicine
We are currently witnessing an epidemic of opioid addiction, which is partly fueled by first prescriptions; this highly cited article provides important insights into this problem.
People with schizophrenia experience subtle speech problems, even before they first develop psychosis. A computer program that analyzes natural speech could help predict the onset of psychosis in young people at risk.
This study was featured in over 50 news outlets. It describes a new blood test that could mean earlier diagnosis for mesothelioma: https://survivingmesothelioma.com/a-new-blood-test-for-mesothelioma/
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology
A critical review of how the numerous chemical and non-chemical stressors in a child’s environment may combine to affect his or her health.
Yoga for bedridden patients might seem counterintuitive, but this new style of yoga can yield impressive benefits for patients with severe fatigue.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth
As pertussis is now a growing threat, vaccination for pregnant women has become more common. This study examines the available evidence on the efficacy and safety of this approach and highlights the need for further research.
In this study, patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) who received dextromethorphan plus quinidine reported improved speech and swallowing.
This article highlights the connection between environmental pollution caused by pharmaceutical plants and the spread of multiresistant organisms. It is also a plea for political action in the fight against multiresistance.
The Indian Journal of Pediatrics
Guidance on interventions for ASD.
Nature Reviews Cardiology
This Consensus Statement explores mitochondria as a therapeutic target for heart failure, a prevalent condition with a poor prognosis.
Nature Reviews Endocrinology
In the context of the current epidemic of type 2 diabetes mellitus, this article offers a comprehensive overview of the etiology and epidemiology of the condition and its complications.
Nature Biomedical Engineering
A 20-cent centrifuge made of paper and string and operated by hand can separate plasma from blood in roughly 90 seconds and be used to effectively diagnose malaria.
International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
This article shows once more the lack of knowledge among the general public regarding antibiotics, which leads to poor antibiotic use, and ultimately to resistance.
Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis
The authors describe novel biosensors for use in clinical trials regarding autoimmune diseases.
BMC Public Health
A study of over 33,000 people indicates that public health strategies aiming to prevent adult weight gain in the population as a whole have the potential to prevent twice as many cases of type 2 diabetes as strategies that target individuals at high risk of diabetes due to obesity.
Int J Health Geographics
Keeping fit by playing a mobile game: the influence of Pokémon Go on the physical activity levels of university athletes.
Journal of Medical Toxicology
This forward-thinking article demonstrates how wearable technology can be used to advance clinical research and improve public health.
npg | Precision Oncology
A new Vortex Chip isolated 80% of circulating prostate tumor cells, making it a promising new tool in diagnosis and therapeutic decision making for these patients.
This study offers novel insights into the use of long non-coding RNA for detecting and treating breast cancer.
Journal of Hematology & Oncology
Ruxolitinib is the only approved JAK2 inhibitor for myelofibrosis, thanks to the COMFORT-I and -II studies. Must-read research for all oncologists and hematologist treating patients with myelofibrosis.
Journal of Supportive Care in cancer
This paper addresses the use of photobiomodulation with light to decrease the side effects of cancer treatment!
Emerging Microbes & Infections
This article focuses on unraveling the mystery of the flu virus M1 protein to help design better drugs and vaccines to control influenza infections.
A must-read review for all oncologists and cardiologists treating cancer patients with atrial fibrillation.
Maxillofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Must-read advice for hematologists and dentists on how to prevent jawbone necrosis in multiple myeloma patients.
Nature Reviews Cancer
This article emphasizes the importance of studying melanoma in all ethnic groups, not just those of European descent.
Health Care Management Science
By identifying the best choices for providers, the authors have made a tremendous contribution to the treatment of hepatitis C, one of the most debilitating diseases of our time.
international journal of oral science
A survey of over 8,000 residents from Sichuan in China found evidence of poor oral health, especially dental caries and periodontal disease.
Cancer Cell International
These results demonstrate that lncRNA HOXA11-AS may be a pivotal target for non-small cell lung cancer therapy.
Precision medicine – the tailoring of healthcare based on an individual’s genetics, lifestyle and environment – represents a new era in diabetes care.
Summarizes an important direction for the subject.
Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology
The measurement of patient-reported outcomes can yield more effective care for cancer patients.
The needs of society at large: highlighting PABC care based on a predictive approach, innovative screening program, targeted prevention, and personalized treatment.
This article conveys a strong message to those who choose scholarly journals as targets for their research and reviews in clinical medicine and rheumatology. Authors should be aware of the best targets and avoid low-quality and potentially unethical sources.
Determining which lung cancer patients are likely to respond to PD-1 axis therapies.
Nature Reviews Nephrology
Members of the European Kidney Health Alliance address the economics of CKD, focusing on approaches to prevent CKD and its progression.
Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology
This article offers a unique insight into 20 years of clinical experience and demonstrates the benefits of UWF imaging as a user/patient friendly technique.
International Journal of Impotence Research
Though sexuality is a taboo in both the medical community and general populace, sexual health is essential to humanity’s healthy and happy future.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
Widely supported, standardized terminology can facilitate future research, interventions, policies, and practices related to sedentary behaviors.
Nature Reviews Disease Primers
Tackling malnutrition is a major global health priority that is relevant to several of the UN ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs) which aim to “end hunger, achieve food security, improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture”. This primer explains the consequences of malnutrition in children and outlines key research priorities to tackle this global problem.
Basic and Clinical Andrology
Development of a non-hormonal, long-acting and reversible contraceptive for men could have a significant impact on reducing unintended pregnancies. As such, the use of a nonhuman primate model to evaluate Vasalgel™, a high molecular weight polymer developed as a male contraceptive, represents an important milestone in the development of new male contraceptives.
Nature Reviews Urology
An insight into how a change in US policy on screening men for prostate cancer has affected disease patterns.
Journal pf Public Health - From Theory to Practise
An important paper relating smoking behavior to multiple sclerosis. Very thoroughly designed from a methodological standpoint, it will be of interest to public health authorities, neurologists and patient self-help groups alike.
Nature Reviews Genetics
This review delineates how genomics can help public health surveillance systems improve the detection of emerging infectious diseases.
Head and Neck Pathology
HPV is not in fact a cause of malignant transformation in sinonasal papilloma.
Cognitive Therapy and Research
Must-read summary by one of today’s most innovative clinical theorists.
Head & Face Medicine
This is must-read research for doctors treating upper airway obstructions and feeding problems in children with syndromic Robin sequence. This treatment may help to avoid more invasive interventions in the future.
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
Critical information for policymakers and public health professionals on the link between immigration policies and children’s health.
Current Obstetric and Gynecology Reports
Fibroid morcellation is a controversial topic for which the standard of care is rapidly changing.
npj Genomic Medicine
The application of whole genome sequencing has significantly increased our ability to make genetic diagnoses and explain to families why their child is sick. As such, whole genome analysis should become standard procedure at pediatric genetics services.
Unexpected, long-lasting detrimental effects of standard tuberculosis antibiotic therapy on human gut microbiota and implications for health.
A study that presents practical solutions to drug delivery that translate to real world clinical advances in the treatment of cancer.