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Supporting Kids and Youth with Brain Injuries to Smoothly Transit Back to Academic Settings

Worldwide, there is an increasing number of children with acquired brain injury (ABI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). In the US alone, ...
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Small Rises in Temperature Helps Body Fight Tumors and Infections Better

A multidisciplinary team of biologists and mathematicians from the Universities of Warwick and Manchester has found that small rises in the body ...
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Surprising Reasons That Increase Your Chance of Acquiring Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a virus that infects the liver to cause liver disease and other critical complications. There are several lesser known ...
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Study Finds That Hot Water Bath can Burn Calories Like Exercise

A small study by scientists at Loughborough University in the UK has discovered that men who took a long hot water bath ...
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Combining Immune Therapy and Chemotherapy for the Effective Treatment of Lung Cancer

The leading cause of death worldwide is lung cancer, causing 1.7 million deaths annually. Chemotherapy, which is widely used to treat it, ...
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A Traumatic Brain Injury Can Increase Your Risk of Parkinson’s Disease

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) happens when an external force such as a blow injures the brain. This affects the functioning of your ...
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Facts You Need To Know About Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation offers a permanent solution for hair loss which affects millions of people around the globe every year. Here are seven ...
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Adverse Effects of Sleep Deprivation in Kids, and Ways to Help Your Kids Get Adequate Sleep

Sleep is a vital factor for good health. Sleep deprivation can cause serious concerns in adults, adolescents and children. The risk is ...
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Ten Symptoms Exhibited by Depression Patients

Depression is a severe medical illness. WHO says that 350 million people worldwide are affected by it. Since ups and downs in ...
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Vitamin D – An Effective Therapeutic Agent to Prevent or Treat Sinus

“Nearly all chronic sinusitis is caused by fungi, but blamed on bacteria – then mistreated using antibiotics,” says Joseph Mercola, MD, a ...
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10 Myths Surrounding the Intake of Tea Debunked

Though tea is a healthy drink, numerous myths surrounding its intake exist. Ten of those are busted below. Myth 1: Black Tea ...
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Women Need More Supplements Than Just Multi-Vitamins

Most women have a healthy active lifestyle with a lot of household chores, a full-time career and an engaging social life. So, ...
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Five Ways to Ensure Good Mental Health

Imbalances in life are the causative agents of mental health problems. These are a wide range of mental health conditions to disorders ...
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Coffee- Is it Good or Not?

Today coffee is consumed by billions across the globe every day. However, it has always been debated over for its health effects ...
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Three Simple Science-Based Steps to Lose Weight Fast

Often weight loss programs have emerged to help people lose their body weight fast. But the problem with most of these are, ...
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Paleo – A Nutritional Approach That Works With Your Genetics

Paleo diet is a diet that was followed by our ancestors, who were head hunters. Today, it has gained popularity in the ...
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How to Get Enough Vitamin D For Your Body During The Colder Months?

Vitamin D is important for bone health. This vitamin is synthesized in your body when it gets exposed to the sun’s rays ...
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The Pros and Cons of Allowing Babies to Feed Themselves

Once babies discover that they can feed themselves, they want to do so. Parents often discourage this. However, over the last few ...
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Regular Exercise Strengthens the Communication Between Brain Cells

Recalling of experience are extremely complex processes that need good communication between the brain cells. The connections between neurons, referred to as ...
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Paper Strip Test- A New, Easy and Convenient Method to Diagnose Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is usually diagnosed using chest X-rays, which need costly, huge equipment or phlegm sample culture, which would be time consuming. Such ...
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A Revolutionary Breath Test Replaces Blood Test in Athletes and People Seeking Weight Loss

Scientists from ETH Zurich, a STEM university in Zürich, Switzerland, have come up with a sensor attached with a breath analyzer for ...
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The Mechanism Behind Potassium’s Role in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Potassium is a mineral nutrient which is very much needed for one’s good health. Your daily diet can provide you with sufficient ...
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Hydrogel Burn Dressing – A New and Painless Solution for Treating Second-Degree Burns

Patients with second-degree burns experience immense pain daily during the long hours of re-bandaging. The pain is even more severe in case ...
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Coupling DNA Cages and Light Beams for Targeted Delivery of Smaller Doses of Drugs

Taking high doses of drugs can affect unintended organs or tissues and lead to toxic side effects. But, getting smaller doses of ...
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The Mechanism Behind Potassium’s Role in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases

Potassium is a mineral nutrient which is very much needed for one’s good health. Your daily diet can provide you with sufficient ...
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Acid Reflux Medications can Lead to Liver Inflammation and Damage

Your liver plays an important role in food digestion, and processing and distribution of nutrients. You need a healthy liver for survival ...
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A Trick for Effectively Flossing Under a Retainer

Those who have a permanent retainer know the most challenging task posed by it is, keeping it clean. Retainers tied at the ...
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An Overview of Dactylitis or Sausage Fingers

Dactylitis is the inflammation of the toes or fingers. The term dactylitis is derived from the Greek word daktylos, meaning finger. Dactylitis ...
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Skin Cancer – Risk Factors and Protective Measures

People love going out and enjoying the sun, especially in the winter. However, research says that the number of incidences of skin ...
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Eating Mushrooms Replenishes The Anti-Aging Antioxidants in Your Body

A team of Penn State scientists have found that mushrooms have extraordinarily high quantities of two antioxidants which can help in fighting ...
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The Way Rabies Virus Works at the Molecular Level

Rabies is a viral disease which is transmitted from animals to humans through bites or scratches. The infected host becomes aggressive owing ...
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A Casual Mechanism that Associates Cesarean Born Kids with Obesity

A new study published in the Science Advances journal has found a casual mechanism that explains why cesarean deliveries are likely to ...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helps Patients to Cope with Chronic Pain

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a psycho-social interventional practice, is used for improving mental health. Initially, it was used for eating disorders, but ...
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HPV Vaccination Offers Long Term Protection Against The Most Virulent Strains of the Virus

Researchers have reported in the Pediatrics journal that boys and girls who received the HPV vaccine enjoy its long term protection against ...
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How to Remain Healthy During the Holidays?

Holidays are times of celebration and fun. Yet these can take a toll on one’s emotional and physical health if proper care ...
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Keep Your Immune System Strong with Sixteen Super Foods

VIA To keep immune system strong you need to rightly feed your body. This will prevent you from catching flu and cold ...
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Tips to Avoid the Harmful Effects of the Sun on Your Skin

Medical science says that over 90% of skin cancers are due to sun exposure. It is true that exposure to sun’s UV ...
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Seniors with Hypertension Should Aim for Lower Blood Pressure than the Commonly Recommended Level

One of the major public health issues is hypertension, which is high blood pressure. One in every three American adults, and three ...
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Heart Attack

9 Tips on Preventing Winter Heart Attacks

It is commonly known that winters are not only times of celebration and merry making, but also some general infections such as ...
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Type 2 Diabetes Risk Diminishes with Increased Antioxidant Consumption

A paper published by an Inserm (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research) research group in the journal Diabetologia, reveals a ...
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Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Due to Climate Change

A new study by researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, says that apart from causing devastating natural disasters on ...
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A Short Guide to Heart Attack

You call it a heart attack when blood cannot enter one’s heart, leading to oxygen deprivation in it. This can damage or ...
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Know the Normal Breathing Rate for Your kid’s Age to Detect Abnormality

Breathing related illnesses often crop up during childhood. One of the signs is fast breathing. So, kids should be watched closely for ...
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Smog’S Effect On Your Respiratory System – The Molecular Pathway

Depending on its location in the earth’s atmosphere, ozone plays two contrasting roles. When it is in the stratosphere (upper atmosphere), it ...
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High Air Pollution Increases One’s Risk of Fractures from Osteoporosis

Every year, there are two million osteoporotic bone fractures in the USA, incurring an annual health cost of $20 billion. A study ...
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The Health Consequences of Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter

Though heavy air pollution in Germany is a thing of the past, even today the air quality threshold in the country exceeds ...
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Testimonial – Purity Simasiku (Author)

“Edorium Journal is very effective and efficient in the process of publishing articles. It really took a reasonable time to publish my ...
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Revealing the Sugar Quotient of Fruits

Natural sugar is decidedly better and always preferable to the added, artificial kind. And all nutritionists agree that consumption of sugar should ...
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Prevention and Cure for Ransomware Threats

The healthcare industry is facing an increasing number of ransomware attacks as attackers shift their focus from the heavily-defended targets of financial ...
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Brain Fog: What it is and How to Get Rid of It?

When it comes to the brain, the urgency and importance of the issue increases manifold because life productivity takes a serious hit ...
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Insurance Policies For Affordable Long-Term Home Care

Most of the elderly people receive long-term health care at their homes, rather than in nursing homes. But people do not plan ...
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – How it Tires Patients

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a long-term complicated disorder characterized by severe mental and physical exhaustion which cannot be explained by any ...
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Editing Human Genes in Embryos to Correct Inherited Diseases

For many years now, scientific advancements are capable of altering genetic material in a cell by utilizing a technique called CRISPR. Our ...
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Don’t Blame Doctors For Medication Non-Adherence, Enlighten Patients!

Non-adherence to prescribed medications is ‘an out-of-control epidemic’ in the United States, says an article published in the New York Times. This ...
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Dissolvable Microarray Patch – A Pain-free Alternative to Flu Injection

Statistics say that every year thousands die in the U.S. due to flu and its complications. A yearly flu vaccine is the ...
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How People Succumb to Heat Strokes

In a recent tragic incident, undocumented immigrants who were travelling from Mexico to Texas, stuffed in the back of a steaming metal ...
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Too Much Sitting May Harm Our Brains, Says Studies

Often times when we need to use the power of our brain, we also tend to sit down. This happens at work, ...
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Testimonial – Dr. Almaz Seid (Author)

“Fantastic work indeed! I am impressed by the detailed comments, and checking of numbers/facts, fast review and publication process of Edorium journal ...
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Testimonial – Dr. Anadi Khatri K C (Author)

“It is very special for me given that –my first ever case report got published and I thank IJCRI. The response from ...
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Violence Against Emergency Care Provider

There never is a better sight than the arrival of EMS or emergency medical service providers at a crisis situation. These pre-hospital ...
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Testimonial – Ololade Z.S (Author)

“Edorium Journal of Infectious Diseases is superb for scientific publications; it is one of the standard journals for scientific reports.” – Ololade ...
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DNA Storage To Solve Digital Data Storage Shortages

Humanity generates data at a very fast pace and storage technologies aren’t enough to store all those. The quantity of data (including ...
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Study Shows Sperm Count Halved in The Last 40 Years

The latest study in the area of male reproductive health was conducted under the aegis of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem by the ...
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Testimonial – Dr. Luma Haj Kassem (Author)

“It is pleasure to publish our very first article with a great journal such as International Journal of Case Reports and Images ...
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Robotic Device Improves Crouch Gait in kids With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy refers to a group of neurological disorders which hamper the individuals’ moving, walking, balancing and posture maintaining ability, say the ...
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Ransomeware Attack

Tips For Protecting Hospitals From Ransomeware

Hospitals in the US are now looking for ways to strengthen their digital security systems following the WannaCry ransomeware attack in the ...
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Featured healthy food

People Prefer Healthy Food When Food is Called by Exotic Names

Words have power, any book lover or ardent reader will tell you this eagerly but now there’s an interesting study that proves ...
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Testimonial of A.U El-Nafaty

Testimonial – A.U El-Nafaty (Author)

“My experience is unprecedented. I must confess never had such an express response from the editorial board on article processing. The time ...
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Amit Choraria Testimonial

Testimonial – DR. Amit Choraria (Author)

Edorium journals had very professional attitude and rapid and timely response. My experience was very good. Each and every detail was thorough ...
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Ambulance Drone

Swedish Drones Equipped with Defibrillator to Aid Heart Emergencies

Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles used mostly for recreational purposes. For the first time, an experiment in Sweden has tested its use ...
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Healthy Heart

Better Education Leads to a Better Heart

If you did better and stayed longer in school, the chances are that you will do much better with your heart and ...
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Surgery Successfully Separates Twin Girls Joined at Head

In early pregnancy, the embryo splits into two in case of identical twins. When the embryo does not separate this way, it ...
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Obesity Screening for Kids

Obesity Screening for Kids Should Start Earlier

When looking at a child it’s not always obvious if that child is obese. As eating habits and lifestyle changes take root, ...
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child obesity

Identifying and Dealing with Obesity in Children and Adolescents

According to the year 2000 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention growth charts, among children and adolescents in the age group of ...
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Sepsis- A Life Threatening

Sepsis- A Life Threatening Condition Arising Due to the Body’s Response to Infection

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that arises when the body’s response to fight an infection leads to widespread inflammation. Medical practitioners are ...
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Are The kids Suffering Because of Parents’ Technology Obsession?

In an office meeting, at a dinner date, or a get-together with friends, you would inevitably feel snubbed when the person opposite ...
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Sedentary Lifestyle

The Risks of Bladder and Kidney Cancer: Time to Leave the Couch and Start Exercising.

If the scare of obesity and bad posture related health issues wasn’t enough, the latest finding connecting an inactive sedentary lifestyle with ...
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Immunotherapy: Mapping Genes to Better Precision Oncology Care.

Immunotherapy is the new treatment for cancer where the body’s own immune system is used to help in fighting the cancer cells ...
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A New Brain Network that Works Only for Social Interactions

We would do anything to know what is going on in the other person’s mind, to know what others are thinking. To ...
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Zika Virus

Zika: The New Apocalyptic Threat From Mosquitoes

‘When it comes to killing humans, no other animal even comes close,’ said Bill Gates in a blog post once and the ...
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No Printing, No Scanning: Edorium Journals Introduces A New Process For Submitting Author Agreement Forms

Edorium Journals is publisher of open access scientific journals. We strive to provide a holistic service to the scholarly community with our ...
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Doctor Salary

Factors That Fuel The Increase In A Doctor’s Salary

For doctors, the opportunity of compensation comes after years of hard work, study and internships, and after finally setting up practice. The ...
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Efficient Hospitals Are Mostly Research Active Institutions

Efficiency in hospitals increases when they are engaged in active clinical and basic research. The positive effect that promoting research can have ...
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Data sharing: The Revolution That Will Take Healthcare To The Future

A fundamental and constitutive part of progress in the medical field today is data sharing. Every advance in the health care system ...
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Edorium Journals and ALPSP: One More Step Towards Excellence in Knowledge Escalation.

Edorium Journals was started with an aim of providing barrier free knowledge across the world in the fields of bio-medical research and ...
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The Future Of Academic And Scholarly Publishing

The role of the internet in democratizing access to information globally has made us aware of the power of technology to advance ...
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Locate Open Access Versions Of Paywalled Papers With Unpaywall

The paywalled mega-journals of the previous decade have transited to a more open model today. But it is many-a- times difficult to ...
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I4OC- An Inititative To Widen Open Access To Scholarly Research

Open access journals are scholarly articles and research which are available online to the public for free. These are vital resources used ...
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The Art Of Medical Diagnosis Of Six Renowned Portraits

Famous portraits have been diagnosed by various medical researchers over the years. Apart from revealing the hidden medical truths behind those paintings, ...
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Academic Access with Browser Extensions

If you are looking for additional features in your browser, modification of content in your browser, or you long to integrate all ...
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Edorium Journals and Portico: Preserving digital content for the future

Edorium Journals publishes many high quality bio-medical journals in electronic format. These journals are available in multiple electronic formats. Although reprints of ...
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The Equation: Ed + -orium = Edorium

Edorium Journals is an academic publisher of open access journals, founded with the objective of publishing high-quality, international scholarly journals while giving ...
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Flawless Manuscript

How to Write a Flawless Manuscript

How to Write a Flawless Manuscript (A free eBook by Edorium Journals) Click here to download eBook Writing a scientific manuscript can ...
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Edorium Journals Adopts Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License

From May 01, 2014 all journals of Edorium Journals group will publish new articles under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License ...
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Doctor, Am I a Sinner?

“Doctor, am I a sinner?” Although it may sound weird and unbelievable, but this was the question one of my patients had ...
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Case Reports And Journals Of Case Reports

Edorium Journals publishes case reports journals, exclusively dedicated to publishing case reports and case series. Two of these journals for case reports ...
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World’s First Series Of Open Access Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journals

Open Access Video Journals Next Generation of Open Access Journals Open access journal publish peer reviewed manuscripts. The articles published in these ...
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“Let’s Educate, Innovate & Collaborate”

We recently adopted the motto: “Let’s Educate, Innovate & Collaborate” This motto reflects the true essence of Edorium Journals. It expresses what ...
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A Recap of Our Services

Core Services The core service of Edorium Journals is publishing open access journals in medical and biomedical specialties. To see the complete ...
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Good Lord! Another New Journal?

The words were not so dramatic, but they had the same connotation. Last week when we were considering the names of few ...
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