BMC Pediatrics recently published a research article analyzing the volumes, prices and pricing trends of the pediatric antiretroviral market in developing countries. To explain more we asked co-author Janice Lee to talk about the findings.
Ahead of Bat Appreciation Day we asked Sonja Vernes, who works on the neurogenetics of vocal communication and is also co-author of research published in BMC Genomics, to tell us more about her work with this mammal and why it is that we should appreciate them.
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth recently published a research article investigating the reasons behind why women choose to ‘go it alone’ when giving birth in the UK. Co-author Claire Feeley explains more about their findings in this guest blog.
BMC Evolutionary Biology has today published research discovering a fossilized scorpion couple from the Permian period. Expert in the field, Dave Marshall explains more about the discovery, including an audio interview with one of the authors.
Previous work has indicated increased risk of mental disorder symptoms, suicide and substance misuse in lesbian, gay and bisexual adults. Research published in BMC Psychiatry investigated this association in the UK and co-authors Joanna Semlyen and Gareth Hagger-Johnson explain more.
Anxiety and depression in the LGB community • Why do 11-year-olds drink? • Co-infection of mosquito borne viruses • Gender associated mandible size • Animal response to climate change • Why freebirth? • Children’s HIV treatment • Attitudes to genetic research
Picking up choreography can seem like a brain teaser. Interpreting which arm, which leg, which direction even, can lead to legs and arms everywhere except for the very position they should be in. This can be frustrating, but keep dancing, as research suggests that learning new steps could prevent dementia.
In this guest blog, focusing on research published today in BMC Public Health, Gerald Denis explains more about the issues of obesity among the working population, and how ‘healthy obese’ individuals can help understand those who are ‘metabolically obese’ but normal weight.