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The Role of Public Health in Combatting Synthetic Cannabinoid Use in Adolescents

As the country struggles to address an epidemic of alcohol and drug overdose, a wide-ranging category of chemical substances known as synthetic drugs have provoked a new sense of public urgency over the past decade. ...

To Address Health Disparities for Latino Youth, Promote Their Engagement in Health Care

Latinos are the largest minority group in the United States, expected to make up 29% of the nation's population by 2060, but this growing population's access to health care is limited by disproportionate rates of uninsurance and underutilization ...

Is there any place for counterterrorism in the NHS?

A terrorist attack killing five people in Westminster last month put the government’s counterterrorism strategy under the spotlight. ...

Addiction to exercise

What you need to knowAddiction to exercise might form part of a broader eating disorder or may occur in isolationInability to stop or reduce exercising, for example in response to an injury, may... ...

Opioid substitution treatment is linked to reduced risk of death in opioid use disorder

Deaths related to the “epidemic” of opioid use disorder are inescapable realities in communities across North America, with tags like “the American Carnage” and “this generations’ AIDS crisis” in the... ...

The US Should Give Peace a Chance When It Comes to North Korea

A. Trevor Thrall ...

NHS must “get its act together” to secure cash for new buildings

NHS hospitals must be willing to dispose of surplus land to help convince the Treasury to invest in new premises that are fit for purpose, the head of a major government review has urged.Robert... ...

NHS must “get its act together” to secure cash for new buildings

NHS hospitals must be willing to dispose of surplus land to help convince the Treasury to invest in new premises that are fit for purpose, the head of a major government review has urged.Robert... ...

Fighting the anti-vaxxers

Dr Ruari Hanley With just half of adolescent girls starting the recommended HPV vaccine series last September, Dr Ruairi Hanley has a simple solution to get back to the recommended 80 per cent target — cut the children’s allowance of anti-vaxxers. ...

Searching for real stories

Dara Gantly Dara Gantly reflects on another IMO AGM on the road, before a planned return to Killarney Like any other major conference or AGM, IMO annual meetings generally have a theme and ‘take-home’ message, which you can imagine might have undergone se ...

Closing of list is not a matter for IMC

Dear Editor, It has come to my notice that some GPs have apparently been reported to the Medical Council for refusing to take on new patients. These complaints, although silly, are received, registered, classified, investigated and clarified by the IMC, i ...

Nowrasteh: SB4 Aimed at 'Sanctuary Jurisdictions' Is Wrong for Texas

Alex Nowrasteh President Trump’s focus on immigration enforcement has filtered down to the state-level in Texas. The State Senate passed Sen. Charles Perry’s (R-Lubbock) controversial bill, Senate Bill 4, in February. SB4 would penalize every so-called “s ...

Trump's Plan to Cut Corporate Taxes Would Help Both Workers and Businesses

Michael D. Tanner Donald Trump is expected to announce his long-awaited tax-reform plan this week, the centerpiece of which is reportedly a reduction of the top federal corporate-tax rate from the current 35 percent to 15 percent. Even before the plan’s f ...

Deeper Insight into the Six-Step Domino Reaction of Aldehydes with Malononitrile and Evaluation of Antiviral and Antimalarial Activities of the Obtained Bicyclic Products

Abstract The straightforward and efficient synthesis of complex aza- and carbobicyclic compounds, which are of importance for medicinal chemistry, is a challenge for modern chemical methodology. An unprecedented metal-free six-step domino reaction of aldeh ...

India launches strategy to curb antimicrobial resistance

India’s health ministry has announced the country’s first plan to curb antimicrobial resistance, including measures to prevent misuse of antibiotics by doctors, consumers, and healthcare... ...

India launches strategy to curb antimicrobial resistance

India’s health ministry has announced the country’s first plan to curb antimicrobial resistance, including measures to prevent misuse of antibiotics by doctors, consumers, and healthcare... ...

Anaesthesiology Intensive Therapy (1642-5758, 1731-2531)

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Journal of Forensic Science and Medicine (2349-5014, 2455-0094)

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Strategies for pricing of pharmaceuticals and generics in developing countries

Abstract: Dr Brian Godman and Professor Mohamed Azmi Hassali review Rida et al. regarding pricing strategies for pharmaceuticals in developing countries. Submitted: 15 March 2017; Revised: 22 March 2017; Accepted: 24 March 2017; Published online first: 6 ...

Human Rights in the World Health Organization: Views of the Director-General Candidates

At this year’s World Health Assembly (May 22–31, 2017), member states will vote for a new Director-General to lead the World Health Organization (WHO) over the next five years. At this critically important time in global health—as the world looks to WHO f ...

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