Not being able to enjoy talking with family or friends, or listen to some beautiful music would be very frustrating. Guest blogger, Saumyadip Sarkar, talks about one of the most common forms of hearing disorder, otitis media.
Have you been paying attention this World Breastfeeding Week? Test your knowledge with this thought-provoking quiz.
Impact Factors have yet again been assigned to journals by Thomson Reuters and this year, Infectious Diseases of Poverty received its first one. We asked Editor-in-Chief, Xiao-Nong Zhou, more about the journal including what he hopes it will achieve in the future.
The problems of urban living also can create remarkable and often untapped opportunities for improving health. Here, the editors of a new book discuss the importance of innovations as a strategy toward possible solutions for urbanization and global health.
Welcome to the start of World Breastfeeding Week! The International Breastfeeding Journal supports the 2015 World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) theme: “Breastfeeding and Work: Let’s make it work“. Although conditions have improved since the similar 1993 World Breastfeeding Week campaign on the Mother-Friendly Workplace Initiative, action is still needed to enable women to balance work and family life.
An article co-published across several journals including Health and Quality of Life Outcomes provides a checklist for improving the quality of studies through a process called mapping. Here, Christopher Carswell explains more.