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To mark World Kidney Day 2019, we present a special collection of Reviews and Commentaries that describe the global burden of kidney disease, contributing risk factors, disparities in outcomes and approaches to increase access to therapy.
This collection marks the 100th anniversary of the 1918 influenza pandemic Included are Reviews and research articles from across the Nature group of journals to showcase the latest advances in our understanding of influenza virus biology, evolution and adaptation, and advances in surveillance and drug and vaccine development.
To mark World Obesity Day on 11 October 2017, the editors of Nature Reviews curated a collection of articles that describe the latest efforts to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying the condition against a complex backdrop of factors, as well as advances in treatment.
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2017 marks the 200th anniversary since James Parkinson published his Essay on the Shaking Palsy. To mark this event, Nature Reviews bring together a collection of cutting edge articles that summarize the current basic and clinical research in Parkinson disease.
This online collection of articles from Nature Reviews Disease Primers and Nature Reviews Rheumatology contains a Primer, PrimeView, Reviews and News pieces authored by leaders in the field, covering the pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of osteoarthritis.
This collection of articles from across the Nature group of journals covers a range of areas related to the topic of diabetes, metabolism and the kidney, including the effects of insulin resistance on the kidney and vasculature, mechanisms of diabetic nephropathy and potential therapies.