The case for investment in tobacco control: lessons from four countries in the Americas
CONCLUSIONS: National investment cases can help to strengthen tobacco control in countries, including by increasing public and political support for implementation of the WHO FCTC and by informing effective planning, legislation, coordination and financing.PMID:36211238 | PMC:PMC9536511 | DOI:10.26633/RPSP.2022.174 (Source: Pan American Journal of Public Health)
Source: Pan American Journal of Public Health - October 10, 2022 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Brian Hutchinson Farisha Brispat Lorena Viviana Calder ón Pinzón Alejandra Sarmiento Esteban Sol ís Rachel Nugent Nathan Mann Garrison Spencer Carrie Ngongo Andrew Black Maria Carmen Audera-Lopez Tih Armstrong Ntiabang Dudley Tarlton Juana Cooke Roy Sm Source Type: research

Adverse reactions to drugs used for COVID-19 in five Latin American countriesRea ções adversas a medicamentos utilizados para a COVID-19 em cinco países da América Latina
CONCLUSIONS: While it is not possible to establish a causal relationship from the evaluation of spontaneous reports, the present study confirms the presence of adverse reactions-some of them serious-involving drugs used to treat or prevent COVID-19.PMID:36196452 | PMC:PMC9524408 | DOI:10.26633/RPSP.2022.178 (Source: Pan American Journal of Public Health)
Source: Pan American Journal of Public Health - October 5, 2022 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Tatiana Orjuela-Rodr íguez Robin Rojas-Cort és Ver ónica Vergara Francisca Aldunate Giset Jim énez Ismary Alfonso Orta Kelly Serrano Giovanna Jim énez Diana Marcela Gil Gonz ález Diego Guti érrez Francisco Bosco Cortez Jos é David González Anal Source Type: research

66.1 What Healthcare Providers Need to Know About Fatherhood in El Salvador
In many Latino families, the father assumes the role of breadwinner and head of the family. Intergenerational trauma may contribute to the dysfunctional “macho” role that Latino men may take in the family and in society. Over 75% of immigrants from Latin America to the United States report histories of trauma, including factors such as the aftermath of civil war, organized crime, political persecution, kidnapping, rape, extortion, assault, and d omestic violence. Research shows that father involvement, or the involvement of other men in children’s lives, is positive based on several indicators of child well-being, in...
Source: Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - October 1, 2022 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Henry R. Marquez-Castro Source Type: research