Open Access Journals & Articles - Page 2
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Chemical pesticides have become a commonplace part of modern life, and they are used to protect agricultural land, stored grain, and flower gardens, as well as to eliminate pests that spread dangerous infectious diseases.
The Internet of Things (IoT), which connects devices and things through the Internet infrastructure, has grown in popularity in recent years. As a result of the IoT's ability to connect objects and people at any time and from any location, knowledge and intelligence can be identified and integrated, as well as new knowledge created globally.
Gravitational waves astronomy allows for gravity testing at both big and small scales.
It is critical to act on a clear definition of life while seeking life in alien space.
Internal iliac artery stenosis is one of the arterial tree's probable localizations of atherosclerosis.
Different total solar Irradiance estimations show variation in for the Sun effect on northern hemisphere temperature.
The health of the heart and blood arteries is referred to as "cardiovascular health."
The Milky Way is made up of sheets of angular momentum dark matter particles that flow in and out. These flows form caustic rings (where the flow density is formally infinite) at their closest approach to the Galactic center. The dark caustic theory generates a roughly logarithmic halo near the rings, with large perturbations.
Green synthesis of graphene is a green method of producing graphene by reducing graphite oxide with a naturally occurring, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly reducing agent.
The human mating system constitutes a diverse spectrum of marriage systems and mating practices within and between communities,
Pertussis is a serious respiratory infection caused by Bordetella pertussis, which was linked to 16 million cases and 195,000 deaths worldwide in 2008. Over the last five years, large outbreaks of pertussis have been reported, and the disease's reemergence has sparked international interest in learning more about the pathogen's virulence and genetic evolution.
As a comparatively more regulated and reported aspect of our lives than the home or society at large, this is probably one of the most familiar contexts for recognising gender inequality. Much of the equality-related legislation has been concentrated in this area.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, and poisonous gas that results from incomplete combustion of carbon-based fuels. It is lighter than air and can be found in both natural and man-made environments, such as forest fires and volcanic eruptions.
Air pollution is one of the most pressing issues of our time, not only because of its impact on climate change, but also because of its impact on public and individual health as a result of rising morbidity and mortality rates. Many pollutants contribute significantly to human disease.
Plain radiography gives great imaging features of bones, joints, and body locations where there are significant soft tissue variances in X-rays.
Antibiotics are medicines that kill bacteria or stop them from increasing. They do so by interfering with key bacterial functions. In this article, we'll take a look at the antibiotic era, from the discovery of the first antibiotics to the current situation, which is marked by the emergence of difficult-to-treat multidrug-resistant infections.
Diabetics with good blood glucose control are more likely than healthy people to have one or more cholesterol abnormalities, which increase the risk of atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular problems. Taking a look at cholesterol and diabetes, those with diabetes have most likely already made dietary and lifestyle changes to keep your blood glucose levels stable.
3D imaging is a technology that provides the illusion of depth inside a picture by converting 2D data into 3-dimensional format.