Monthly Archives: March 2016
Jennifer McGregor talks here about gelatin and its new use as a health food. Can it help with protecting joints, improving mood and heart health? Read on to find out more.
Guest blogger Julie Potyraj discusses how we can treat the health of the population as a whole, by addressing individual health at the same time.
In the early days of the AIDS epidemic, most schools taught absolutely nothing about AIDS. The few teaching guides available focused on information (‘the T-cell is like the general of an army, protecting your body from invaders’). Curricula didn’t have behavioral objectives. We weren’t trying to prevent AIDS in teens because teens weren’t getting it…. Read more »2
Genes & Nutrition recently made the decision to transition to open access and today the journal launches its first articles with BioMed Central. So how has this field progressed over the years, and what does the journal hope to achieve in the future? We asked two of the Editors-in-Chief for their thoughts.
Dr Praveenkumar Aivalli blogs here about his experiences on his first research project funded by the World Health Organization in South Indian State. If you’re starting your first research project in a poor resource setting you may relate to this.
Tropical Medicine and Health published its first articles with BioMed Central today, after choosing to partner with us last year. To celebrate this, and in light of recent emerging information regarding Zika virus, co-author of one of the launch articles explains more about the potential to develop a Zika vaccine.