Zlotkin and coauthors reported the findings from a double-blind, cluster randomized trial of the effect of iron fortification on malaria incidence in infants and young children in Ghana. In an accompanying Editorial, Prentice and coauthors discuss iron fortification and malaria risk in children.
After reviewing 20 years of evidence, this Special Communications reports that climate change can be associated with adverse health outcomes and concludes that health care professionals have an important role in communicating with patients and policy makers about the adverse effects associated with fossil fuel consumption.
This Medical Letter review summarizes the efficacy and safety of commercially available insect repellents to prevent Zika virus infection and other mosquito and tickborne diseases.
This Viewpoint discusses Zika virus infection and health system preparedness and urges the World Health Organization to proactively respond to the growing global threat of infection.