For World AIDS Day, this blog highlights research registered at the ISRCTN registry that harnesses community power to help people living with… Read more »
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In a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis published this month in BMC Infectious Diseases the authors discuss rising trends in injectable drug use and… Read more »
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In a new Commentary recently published in BMC Medical Ethics the authors reflect on a series of consultative activities used by… Read more »
To celebrate World Food Day we takes a look at nutrition studies recently registered at the ISRCTN registry
To celebrate World Heart Day, we take a look at studies of CPR registered at the ISRCTN registry.
To recognize National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we present a blog about the importance of sharing research and data.
To mark World Breastfeeding Week, Sharleen O’Reilly and Eileen O’Brien discuss the development of the new Latch_On randomised… Read more »
What are the most effective interventions to improve physical performance in pre-frail and frail adults? It’s surprisingly hard to tell.
As populations age and become frail, evidence-based interventions to improve health outcomes are urgently needed. A newly… Read more »
MRSA is now endemic in the United States with approximately 2% of the general population carrying the disease. In a commentary… Read more »
Big toenail and hair samples can measure fluoride exposure •Existential suffering and assisted suicide in Switzerland •Near… Read more »