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Herald Scholarly Open Access is a leading, international publishing house in the fields of Sciences. Our mission is to provide an access to knowledge globally. We provide high-quality articles to the scientific community and we strive for your research improvement and distinguish- ment throughout the world.

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Herald Scholarly Open Access is successfully running 73+ peer-reviewed open access journals in the fields of Clinical, Medical, Chemistry and Pharmaceuticals and also published 1500+ articles indexed in various sites and also cited by various authors around the world

Research Article
Eye Position Changes Under General Anesthesia in Infantile Strabismus: Differences Between Esotropia and Exotropia
Chiara Fariselli, Giulia Calzolari, Matilde Roda, Costantino Schiavi
Research Article
Characteristics of General Movement in Infants Prenatally Exposed to Methamphetamine
Angela O’Connor, Emma Harris, Natasha Amery, Carly Seeber, Dale Hamilton, Colleen Fisher, Mark Sachmann
Review Article
Analysis of the Indigenous and Pathogenic Microbiota in Bone Sequestration due to Osteonecrosis of the jaws by Bisphosphonates (MRONJ)
Picardo Silvana N, Rodriguez Genta Sergio A, Mosca Christian, Rey Eduardo A
Review Article
Implant Overdenture - A Review to Highlight the Concept
Walid Al-Jallad, Jamil Owda
Review Article
Therapeutic Plasma Exchange and COVID-19: A Rapid Review
Sarabjot Singh Makkar, Azza Sarfraz, Zouina Sarfraz, Donald Hathaway III, Trissa Paul, Muhammad Khawar Sana, Michael Talalaev, Javier Perez-Fernandez, George Yatzkan
Review Article
Living Wills and Geriatrics
Marina Luiza Resende, Abritta Ana Clara Neri, Izabella Sampaio Líbero, Thomáz De Figueiredo Braga Colares, Luciana Colares Maia
Short Review
Employment, Work, and Depressive Symptoms among Older Workers
Guanghan Gao, Wanlian Li, Jaewon Lee, Fei Sun
Research Article
Quercetin Prophylaxis: A Novel Approach to Prevent Hypoxia-Mediated Increase in Oxidative Stress, Pde-5 Activity and Transvascular Leakage in the Lungs of Rats
Tripathi A, Kumar B, Kumar M, Kaur P, Sagi SSK
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