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  1. Approximately, 3.47 billion individuals worldwide are affected by oral disorders, with untreated dental caries being the most prevalent issue, impacting 2.30 billion people. Addressing this complex health prob...

    Authors: Michael Glick, Olivia Urquhart, Ankita S. Bhosale, Alonso Carrasco-Labra and Jaime T. Edelson
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:19
  2. Transgender and non-binary (TNB) people are at high risk of substance misuse compared to cisgender individuals. Few studies have described substance use among non-binary people, and many studies have focused s...

    Authors: Henri M. Garrison-Desany, Chase P. Childress, Nicole McConico, Brooke A. Jarrett, Sean Howell and Jennifer L. Glick
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:16
  3. Adolescence and young adulthood are critical periods for building the foundation of cardiovascular health. Unfortunately, the incidence of cardiovascular disease has substantially increased in adolescents and ...

    Authors: Jean Jacques Noubiap and Ulrich Flore Nyaga
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:14

    The original article was published in BMC Medicine 2023 21:222

  4. Reducing malnutrition through food supplementation is a critical component of the WHO End Tuberculosis (TB) strategy. A results-based financing (RBF) initiative in Madhya Pradesh, India—called Mukti—introduced...

    Authors: Embry Howell, Rama Rao Dammala, Pratibha Pandey, Darcy Strouse, Atul Sharma, Neeta Rao, Sudheer Nadipally, Amar Shah, Varsha Rai and Russell Dowling
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:13
  5. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been identified as a leading threat to global public health. One Health approaches that integrate sectors across human health, animal health, food production and the environm...

    Authors: Angeline S. Ferdinand, Mauricio J. C. Coppo, Benjamin P. Howden and Glenn F. Browning
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:11
  6. The initial responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Denmark and Sweden differed markedly. Balancing disparate concerns was crucial to generate trust in the COVID-19 restrictions. The aim was to investigate the e...

    Authors: Thomas Kallemose, Jeanette Wassar Kirk, Elin Karlsson, Ida Seing, Nina Thórný Stefánsdóttir, Karsten Vrangbæk, Ove Andersen and Per Nilsen
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:12
  7. Limited healthcare facility (HCF) resources and capacity to implement multi-stranded cholera interventions (water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), surveillance, case management, and community engagement) can h...

    Authors: Kelly Elimian, Anwar Musah, Ozius Dewa, Carina King, Katerina Crawford, Emmanuel Pembi, Ifeanyi Ike, Puja Myles, Catherine Pritchard, Birger Carl Forsberg and Tobias Alfven
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:6
  8. Sustainable health, a multisectoral area for study, research, and practice towards improving health and well-being for all while staying within planetary boundaries, is a prerequisite to reaching the 2030 agenda ...

    Authors: Rhoda K. Wanyenze, Tobias Alfvén, Rawlance Ndejjo, Nina Viberg, Karin Båge, Charles Batte, Daniel Helldén, Helena Lindgren, Roy William Mayega, Grace Ndeezi, Stefan Swartling Peterson, Barnabas Nawangwe and Ole Petter Ottersen
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:3
  9. Effective public health communication is needed to increase COVID-19 vaccination uptake in sub-Saharan Africa. We present six best practices: (1) use of collective action/altruism, (2) use of relatable languag...

    Authors: Rebecca L. West, Nisa Hurst, Sunny Sharma, Beverley Henry, Shannon Vitale-Rogers, William Mutahi, Frances Salt, Cassie Gardner, Gareth Turley, Nnamdi Ezeanochie, Jason Betik, Sofia Panagiotakopoulou, Janice April and Samantha R. Paige
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:10
  10. Child marriage and partner controlling behaviours are culturally seated phenomena in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Child marriage refers to any legal or customary union involving a boy or girl below the age of 18....

    Authors: Bright Opoku Ahinkorah, Richard Gyan Aboagye, Joshua Okyere, Abdul-Aziz Seidu, Eugene Budu and Sanni Yaya
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:9
  11. Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer mortality in Rwandan women. There is a limited understanding of the barriers that women face to obtain cervical cancer screening in Rwanda. It is important to und...

    Authors: Hallie Dau, Marianne Vidler, Maryam AboMoslim, Barbra Mutamba, Zoey Nesbitt, John Deodatha, Schadrack Danson Byiringiro, Charles Niyotwiringiye, Nadia Mithani, Varun Nair, Laurie Smith, Stephen Rulisa and Gina Ogilvie
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:4
  12. Several countries across different continents experienced severe flooding in 2022, including Pakistan. Given the greater frequency and affliction of natural disasters like flooding in an increasing number of c...

    Authors: Iram Kamran and Ali Mohammad Mir
    Citation: BMC Global and Public Health 2023 1:2

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