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A pioneer of open access publishing, OAPL is an independent and comprehensive resource of high quality Open Access journals and articles across the broad spectrum of science, technology and especially medicine.

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Medicine

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  • Electrical Tape On Skin - A Skin's Healer Or A Destroyer?

    Electrical Tape On Skin - A Skin's Healer Or A Destroyer?

    Tapes have a number of uses, including maintenance, repairs around the home, electricity, and yard, as well as in the construction industry. However, there are also a large number of individuals who experiment with applying tapes to their skin, most commonly electrical tape. To clarify, the question is: Is electrical tape on skin safe?

  • Alpha Brain Side Effects - How To Manage It

    Alpha Brain Side Effects - How To Manage It

    Do you want to know what happens when you take Alpha Brain? If that's the case, you've come to the right place. If you're looking for a nootropic supplement to help you concentrate, remember things, or otherwise sharpen your mind, Alpha Brain is one of your safest bets.

  • Fever After Dialysis – Its Effects On Dialysis Patients

    Fever After Dialysis – Its Effects On Dialysis Patients

    Fever after dialysis is commonly caused by respiratory or digestive infections in patients during dialysis sessions.

Spirituality

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Astronomy

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  • Higgs Vacuum Metastability - Overview Of Its Cosmological Aspects

    Higgs Vacuum Metastability - Overview Of Its Cosmological Aspects

    Higgs vacuum metastability may only be examined in the context of cosmology, considering the Universe's limited age.

  • Atmospheric River - Definition And Climatic Effects

    Atmospheric River - Definition And Climatic Effects

    Aspects of the movement of moisture in the atmosphere that are climatological and meteorological must be taken into account and studied by atmospheric scientists. To support studies into the origin of continental precipitation, it is especially crucial to review the conceptual models of moisture transport. The study of water vapor transfer in extratropical climates revolves around the concept of the atmospheric river (AR).

  • Atmospheric Science - The Biggest Challenges Surrounding It

    Atmospheric Science - The Biggest Challenges Surrounding It

    The study of the atmosphere's processes and connections to other systems, primarily the hydrosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere, biosphere, and outer space, is all included in the field of atmospheric science. As a result, it is a broad field, making it difficult to describe the key issues. Additionally, there is considerable overlap with some of the other major issues in the earth and environmental sciences.

Sociology

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  • Persimmon - An Increase Through New Food Products

    Persimmon - An Increase Through New Food Products

    Worldwide, several nations consume persimmons (Diospyros kaki L.). After China, Spain, South Korea, Japan, Azerbaijan, and Brazil are the next biggest persimmon producers in the world. In different regions of the world, various persimmon kinds are grown.

  • Earth Science - Research And Challenges For A Sustainable Environment

    Earth Science - Research And Challenges For A Sustainable Environment

    The phrase "earth science" is used to refer broadly to the scientific disciplines that study our planet. Studies of the lithosphere (which includes geology, geophysics, geochemistry, and geography), the hydrosphere (which includes hydrology and marine, ocean, and cryospheric sciences), and the atmosphere (which includes meteorology and climatology) are all included. So, Earth science is a wide range of related physical, chemical, and biological fields that study things that have been happening on Earth for billions of years, from the subatomic to the planetary level.

  • Citizen Science - Opportunities In Hydrology And Water Resources

    Citizen Science - Opportunities In Hydrology And Water Resources

    While citizen science has existed since the beginning of scientific practice, advances in sensing technology, data processing, visualization, and communication of ideas and findings are opening up many new avenues for public engagement in scientific study.

Technology

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  • Generative Model - How Is It Used In Studying Brain Dynamics?

    Generative Model - How Is It Used In Studying Brain Dynamics?

    A generative model might be a set of equations that define the development of human patient signals depending on system factors.

  • Space Technology - The Current Difficulties And Potential Solutions

    Space Technology - The Current Difficulties And Potential Solutions

    Space technology is any kind of technology that is used to travel to space or do other work outside of the Earth's atmosphere. Spacecraft, satellites, space stations, and orbital launch vehicles are all examples of space vehicles, as are deep-space communication, in-space propulsion, and many other technologies.

  • Object Detection - Considering Current And Future Directions

    Object Detection - Considering Current And Future Directions

    Object detection is often the first thing that computer vision systems do because it makes it possible to get more information about the object and the scene. Once an object instance, like a face, has been found, more information can be gathered, such as the ability to recognize the particular instance (for example, to recognize the subject's face), to track the object over an image sequence (for example, to track the face in a video), to extract more information about the object (for example, to figure out the subject's gender), and to infer the presence or location of other objects.

History

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  • Hydroclimate Of The Andes – How Does It Differentiate The Andes?

    Hydroclimate Of The Andes – How Does It Differentiate The Andes?

    The atmospheric circulation over South America and the surrounding waters is a primary cause of the weather and hydroclimate of the Andes.

  • The Antibiotic Era - A Brief History And Lessons Learned

    The Antibiotic Era - A Brief History And Lessons Learned

    This article provides a quick review of the antibiotic era, from the discovery of the first antibiotics to the current situation, which is characterized by the emergence of difficult-to-treat multidrug-resistant illnesses. The development of novel strategies in the search for new antimicrobials, the design of more effective preventive measures, and, most importantly, a better understanding of the ecology of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance are all discussed as possible responses to the antibiotic resistance challenges.

  • History Of Music From Its Beginnings To The Present

    History Of Music From Its Beginnings To The Present

    History of music dates back to the Paleolithic period, and the vast majority of Paleolithic instruments dating to the Upper Paleolithic have been discovered in Europe.

Open Access

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News

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  • Physicists At The Large Hadron Collider Detected Rare W Boson Trios

    Physicists At The Large Hadron Collider Detected Rare W Boson Trios

    Fermilab researchers stated in April that the W boson was heavier than expected, indicating that something was wrong with the standard model.

  • NASA's UFO Research Isn't Investigating For Space Aliens

    NASA's UFO Research Isn't Investigating For Space Aliens

    Eric Donovan, a physicist at the University of Calgary, has seen images and data revealing something strange linking to space aliens.

  • CDC - Several Countries In Asia At High Risk For COVID

    CDC - Several Countries In Asia At High Risk For COVID

    On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) added three new countries to its "high risk" list for COVID-19, one of which is a Pacific island nation in Asia known for its beautiful beaches. The Philippines, which is made up of 7,000 tropical islands and is known for its beautiful ocean, great food, and friendly people, is now in the "high risk" group, also called "Level 3," along with Russia and Nepal, a popular place for mountain climbers.