As we approach the end of World Alzheimer’s Month 2015, I asked Brendan McCormack, co-author of an article published in Journal of Compassionate Healthcare, more about the person-centred approach to healthcare and how this is important for those with Alzheimer’s.
Here, Jeffrey Lazarus talks about the need for a global goal of eliminating viral hepatitis.
Breastfeeding is a natural way of protecting infants and children but in India, there is a need for better maternity benefit provisions. Here, guest blogger Manoj Kumar discusses this further.
Health policies and treatments should be based on solid evidence. But what if such evidence is flawed, and the resulting treatments and policies are therefore ineffective, inefficient, or harmful? Professor Stephen Soumerai tells more in this blog.
How can watching television, surfing the net and playing computer games impact a teenager’s GCSE results? Research published in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity has investigated, and here co-author Kirsten Corder explains more.
As the World Hepatitis Summit draws to a close today, Jeffrey V. Lazarus reflects on how the term ‘eliminate’ is currently understood in the field of viral hepatitis.
The World Hepatitis Summit kicks off in Scotland today. Jeffrey V. Lazarus, Editor-in-Chief of Hepatology, Medicine and Policy, reflects on this landmark conference.