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  1. In conflict settings, as it is the case in Syria, it is crucial to enhance health information management to facilitate an effective and sustainable approach to strengthening health systems in such contexts. In...

    Authors: Reem Ladadwa, Mahmoud Hariri, Muhammed Mansur Alatras, Yasir Elferruh, Abdulhakim Ramadan, Mahmoud Dowah, Yahya Mohammad Bawaneh, Wassel Aljerk, Preeti Patel, Abdulkarim Ekzayez and Nassim El Achi
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:45
  2. The advancement of artificial intelligence (AI), algorithm optimization and high-throughput experiments has enabled scientists to accelerate the discovery of new chemicals and materials with unprecedented effi...

    Authors: Renan Gonçalves Leonel da Silva
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:44
  3. The spread of infectious diseases was further promoted due to busy cities, increased travel, and climate change, which led to outbreaks, epidemics, and even pandemics. The world experienced the severity of the...

    Authors: Masha Menhat, Effi Helmy Ariffin, Wan Shiao Dong, Junainah Zakaria, Aminah Ismailluddin, Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shafril, Mahazan Muhammad, Ahmad Rosli Othman, Thavamaran Kanesan, Suzana Pil Ramli, Mohd Fadzil Akhir and Amila Sandaruwan Ratnayake
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:43
  4. Traffic-related crashes are a leading cause of premature death and disability. The safe systems approach is an evidence-informed set of innovations to reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths. First develope...

    Authors: Rachel Neill, Angélica López Hernández, Adam D. Koon and Abdulgafoor M. Bachani
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:42
  5. As a recognized win–win-win approach to international debt relief, Debt-to-Health(D2H)has successfully translated debt repayments into investments in health-related projects. Although D2H has experienced modif...

    Authors: Yunxuan Hu, Zhebin Wang, Shuduo Zhou, Jian Yang, Ying Chen, Yumeng Wang and Ming Xu
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:39
  6. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are estimated to be the leading cause of global death. Air pollution is the biggest environmental threat to public health worldwide. It is considered a potentially modifiable env...

    Authors: Amir Hossein Khoshakhlagh, Mahdiyeh Mohammadzadeh, Agnieszka Gruszecka-Kosowska and Evangelos Oikonomou
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:37
  7. As crises escalate worldwide, there is an increasing demand for innovative solutions to enhance humanitarian outcomes. Within this landscape, digital health tools have emerged as promising solutions to tackle ...

    Authors: Jennifer Benson, Meret Lakeberg and Tilman Brand
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:36
  8. Africa faces a significant burden of infectious diseases, including Malaria and HIV/AIDS, along with an increasing prevalence of non-infectious diseases such as diabetes and cancer. This dual health challenge ...

    Authors: Yusuff Adebayo Adebisi, Nafisat Dasola Jimoh, Archibong Edem Bassey, Hassan Olayemi Alaka, Mohamed Marah, Chimwemwe Ngoma, Isaac Olushola Ogunkola, Oumnia Bouaddi, Idahor Courage, Radwa Abdalla Abdelatif El-Abasiri, Rime Boutahar, Molly Unoh Ogbodum, Aniekan Michael Ekpenyong, Theogene Uwizeyimana, Oviri Edith Oghenerukevwe and David Bamidele Olawade
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:35
  9. The commercial determinants of health is a rapidly expanding field of research; however Indigenous perspectives remain notably underrepresented. For Indigenous peoples the intersection of globalisation, coloni...

    Authors: Alessandro Connor Crocetti, Troy Walker, Fiona Mitchell, Simone Sherriff, Karen Hill, Yin Paradies, Kathryn Backholer and Jennifer Browne
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:33
  10. Authors: Kevin K. C. Hung, Makiko K. MacDermot, Theresa S. I. Hui, Suet Yi Chan, Sonoe Mashino, Catherine P. Y. Mok, Pak Ho Leung, Ryoma Kayano, Jonathan Abrahams, Chi Shing Wong, Emily Y. Y. Chan and Colin A. Graham
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:30

    The original article was published in Globalization and Health 2024 20:15

  11. The association between environmental temperature and alcohol consumption has not been widely explored despite the potential that increasing temperatures could promote the consumption of alcoholic beverages an...

    Authors: Martha Carnalla, Nancy López-Olmedo, Yenisei Ramírez-Toscano, Luz Mery Cárdenas-Cárdenas, Francisco Canto-Osorio, Herney Rengifo-Reina, David Barrera-Núñez, Josúe Alai Quiroz-Reyes, M. Arantxa Colchero and Tonatiuh Barrientos-Gutiérrez
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:29
  12. This study aims to expand on the concept of peace and health by drawing from Keynes' theory of the economic consequences of peace, in light of the global pandemic experienced in 2020 due to COVID_19.

    Authors: Iman Bastanifar
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:28
  13. The persistently high out-of-pocket health spending (OOPHE) in Africa raise significant concern about the prospect of reaching SDG health targets and UHC. The study examines the convergence hypothesis of OOPHE...

    Authors: Nicholas Ngepah and Ariane Ephemia Ndzignat Mouteyica
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:27
  14. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) causes high levels of global mortality. There is a global need to develop new antimicrobials to replace those whose efficacy is being eroded, but limited incentive for companies ...

    Authors: Lewis Husain, Yajing Hu and Yangmu Huang
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:26
  15. Unequal and inequitable access to Covid-19 vaccines in low- and middle-income countries (L&MICs) was a major political, ethical and public health failure in the pandemic. However, vaccine developers’ practices...

    Authors: Adrián Alonso Ruiz, Anna Bezruki, Erika Shinabargar, Kaitlin Large, Marcela Vieira, Iulia Slovenski, Yiqi Liu, Surabhi Agarwal, Anna Becker and Suerie Moon
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:25
  16. The culling of animals that are infected, or suspected to be infected, with COVID-19 has fuelled outcry. What might have contributed to the ongoing debates and discussions about animal rights protection amid g...

    Authors: Zhaohui Su, Dean McDonnell, Ali Cheshmehzangi, Barry L. Bentley, Sabina Šegalo, Claudimar Pereira da Veiga and Yu-Tao Xiang
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:24
  17. The Sendai Framework is the United Nations’ most significant approach to reducing the risk of disasters from 2015 to 2030. This framework designed for all communities. However, communities should create operat...

    Authors: Mahmood Nekoei-Moghadam, Seyed Mobin Moradi and Asghar Tavan
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:23
  18. The fundamental transformation of food systems and retail environments in low-income countries is influencing consumers' food choices and dietary habits in unfavourable directions through the consumption of hi...

    Authors: Eric Nyarko and Tina Bartelmeß
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:22
  19. There is a dearth of research combining geographical big data on medical resource allocation and growth with various statistical data. Given the recent achievements of China in economic development and healthc...

    Authors: Afei Qin, Wenzhe Qin, Fangfang Hu, Meiqi Wang, Haifeng Yang, Lei Li, Chiqi Chen, Binghong Bao, Tianjiao Xin and Lingzhong Xu
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:20
  20. The terms syndemic and infodemic have both been applied to the COVID-19 pandemic, and emphasize concurrent socio-cultural dynamics that are distinct from the epidemiological outbreak itself. We argue that the ...

    Authors: Olivier Rubin, Carina King, Johan von Schreeb, Claudia Morsut, Gyöngyi Kovács and Emmanuel Raju
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:19
  21. Globalization of platform work has become a challenge for wider social and employment relations and wellbeing of workers, yet on-location work remains governed also by local regulatory context. Understanding c...

    Authors: Meri Koivusalo, Arseniy Svynarenko, Benta Mbare and Mikko Perkiö
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:18
  22. Health policy competencies of regional organizations include mandates to create regional health laws and policies, as well as authorities that allow member states to undertake collective actions in the health ...

    Authors: Zongbin Wang, Zhisheng Liang, Xuejie Dong, Liqun Gao, Shuduo Zhou, Hui Yin, Yinzi Jin and Zhi-Jie Zheng
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:17
  23. A major challenge to transforming food systems to promote human health and sustainable development is the global rise in the manufacture and consumption of ultra-processed foods (UPFs). A key driver of this di...

    Authors: Scott Slater, Mark Lawrence, Benjamin Wood, Paulo Serodio and Phillip Baker
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:16
  24. With the increasing threat of hazardous events at local, national, and global levels, an effective workforce for health emergency and disaster risk management (Health EDRM) in local, national, and internationa...

    Authors: Kevin K. C. Hung, Makiko K. MacDermot, Theresa S. I. Hui, Suet Yi Chan, Sonoe Mashino, Catherine P. Y. Mok, Pak Ho Leung, Ryoma Kayano, Jonathan Abrahams, Chi Shing Wong, Emily Y. Y. Chan and Colin A. Graham
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Globalization and Health 2024 20:30

  25. Social distancing policies were of utmost importance during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. These policies aimed to mitigate the severity of local outbreaks by altering public behavior. However, if ...

    Authors: Xingyang Ma, Bing Chen and Yufang Zhao
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:13
  26. The exploitative marketing of commercial milk formula (CMF) reduces breastfeeding, and harms child and maternal health globally. Yet forty years after the International Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substit...

    Authors: Cindy Alejandra Pachón Robles, Mélissa Mialon, Laís Amaral Mais, Daniela Neri, Kimielle Cristina Silva and Phillip Baker
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:12
  27. Indonesia has made progress in increasing vaccine coverage, but equitable access remains challenging, especially in remote areas. Despite including vaccines in the National Immunization Program (NIP), coverage...

    Authors: Rano K. Sinuraya, Rina F. Nuwarda, Maarten J. Postma and Auliya A. Suwantika
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:11
  28. Addressing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) through the pandemic treaty is a crucial aspect of pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response. At the moment, AMR-related provisions in the draft text do not go f...

    Authors: Arne Ruckert, Shajoe Lake and Susan Rogers Van Katwyk
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:10
  29. There has been an increase in the use of co-creation for public health because of its claimed potential to increase an intervention’s impact, spark change and co-create knowledge. Still, little is reported on ...

    Authors: Giuliana Raffaella Longworth, Oritseweyinmi Erikowa-Orighoye, Ebuka Miracle Anieto, Danielle Marie Agnello, Jorge Raul Zapata-Restrepo, Caroline Masquillier and Maria Giné-Garriga
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:9
  30. This study aimed to investigate the impact of tobacco industry interference on the implementation and management of tobacco control and the tobacco epidemic using the Tobacco Industry Interference Index (TIII)...

    Authors: Yuri Lee, Siwoo Kim, Min Kyung Kim, Ichiro Kawachi and Juhwan Oh
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:6
  31. Climate change, driven by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, is among the greatest threats to human health. The World Health Organisation (WHO), has led global efforts to respond to emerging public health...

    Authors: Matthew F Chersich, Nicholas Brink, Marlies H Craig, Gloria Maimela, Fiona Scorgie and Stanley Luchters
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:4
  32. The commercial determinants of health (CDoH) are attracting increased interest and are of great importance when discussing how trade affects health. Through a citation analysis of recent foundational CDoH docu...

    Authors: Luc Louis Hagenaars, Nason Maani and Laura Anne Schmidt
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:3
  33. Food marketing is a key factor that influences children’s dietary behaviors. This study assessed the nature and extent of food and beverage advertising on television (TV) in 2014 and 2022 in Thailand.

    Authors: Nongnuch Jindarattanaporn, Bridget Kelly and Sirinya Phulkerd
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2024 20:2
  34. The global burden of alcohol harm has increased and is forecast to grow further without effective policy implementation. Public–private partnerships aiming to address global health, and other societal challeng...

    Authors: Mary Madden, Andrew Bartlett and Jim McCambridge
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:103
  35. The growth of labour migration and associated risks of human trafficking and exploitation remain significant global human rights and health challenges. There is increasing policy interest in addressing structu...

    Authors: Joanna Busza, Zewdneh Shewamene, Cathy Zimmerman, Annabel Erulkar, Eyasu Hailu, Lemi Negeri, Elizabeth Anderson and Yuki Lo
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:102
  36. Food insecurity is associated with inadequate nutrition and increased rates of chronic disease. The primary aim of this study was to assess self-reported food insecurity and the perceived impact of COVID-19 on...

    Authors: Jacqui Webster, Anasaini Moala, Briar McKenzie, Joseph Alvin Santos, Aliyah Palu, Alvina Deo, Susana Lolohea, Mohammed Sanif, Penaia Naivunivuni, Shajal Kumar, Emosi Vimatemate, Helen Tawakilai, Litiana Seru, Mark Woodward, Dori Patay, Devina Nand…
    Citation: Globalization and Health 2023 19:99

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