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Jeffrey Beall is blackmailing small Open Access publishers through his predatory publishers blog

Jeffrey Beall is blackmailing small Open Access publishers through his predatory publishers blog
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I was surprised when one of our editors told me that the name of Ashdin Publishing is found in the list of "Beall's List: Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers" (http://scholarlyoa.com/publishers/) and I was surprised because of the following reasons:

The author did not just mention the criteria for determining predatory open-access publishers, but he insisted on mentioning the full names and details of the publishers as well.Some of these criteria, for determining predatory open-access publishers, can be applied on a huge number of publishers (include some of the large and famous ones), but he did not mention any of them.Some of the publishers names are removed from this list without saying the reasons for this removal.

After I received the e-mail below, I am not any more surprised. Now, I am sure that the author, irrespective the good reasons he may has for preparing this list, wants to blackmail small publishers to pay him.

I invite all of you to read what people say commenting on his article (http://www.nature.com/news/predatory-publishers-are-corrupting-open-access-1.11385)Nature is removed and constantly removing the negative posts against Beals article.http://www.nature.com/news/report?article=1.11385&comment=52626
Dr Gillian Dooley (Special Collections Librarian at Flinders University):
Jeffrey Beall's list is not accurate to believe. There are a lot of personal biases of Jeffrey Beall. Hindawi still uses heavy spam emailing. Versita Open still uses heavy spam emailing. But these two publishers have been removed in Jeffrey Beall's list recently. There is no reason given by Jeffrey Beall why they were removed. Jeffrey Beall is naive in his analysis. I think some other reliable blog should be created to discuss more fruitfully these issues. His blog has become useless.
Mark Robinson (Acting Editor, Stanford Magazine):
It is a real shame that Jeffrey Beall using Nature.com's blog to promote his predatory work. Jeffrey Beall just simply confusing us to promote his academic terrorism. His list is fully questionable. His surveying method is not scientific. If he is a real scientist then he must do everything in standard way without any dispute. He wanted to be famous but he does not have the right to destroy any company name or brand without proper allegation. If we support Jeffrey Beall's work then we are also a part of his criminal activity. Please avoid Jeffrey Beall's fraudulent and criminal activity.
Now a days anyone can open a blog and start doing things like Jeffrey Beall which is harmful for science and open access journals. Nature should also be very alert from Jeffrey Beall who is now using Nature's reputation to broadcast his bribery and unethical business model.
Now, I invite all of you in order to take all precautions and not being misled by this blackmailer.

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Nutritional Disorders & Therapy is the provision to cells and organisms of the materials necessary to support life by providing nutrition. Many common health problems can be prevented or alleviated with a healthy diet..(read more)

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The journal provides an in-depth overview on the role of diet and dietary components in chronic disease management, prevention and treatment with current res...
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Infant nutrition and health

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Breastfeeding is associated with lower rates of infection in babyhood. It is associated with reductions in blood pressure and total blood cholesterol, ...(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Undernutrition Risk, Overweight/Obesity, and Nutritional Care in Relation to Undernutrition Risk among Inpatients in Southwestern Saudi Arabia. A Hospital-Based...

OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Undernutrition Risk, Overweight/Obesity, and Nutritional Care in Relation to Undernutrition Risk among Inpatients in Southwestern Saudi Arabia. A Hospital-Based... | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Undernutrition is a problem in institutional care, where 20–46% of all inpatients are classified as being “at nutritional risk”. This study explores the prevalence of undernutrition risk and overweight/obesity and the targeting of nutritional care in relation to undernutrition risk among inpatients in southwestern Saudi Arabia.....(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Healthy Nutrition, Phytonutrients and Alzheimer’s Disease

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In most areas of the world malnutrition in early life is directly or indirectly responsible of more deaths in children than other causes. Malnutrition is also a main concern in aged population. Nutritional deficiencies affect physical growth but also may produce irreversible mental and emotional changes.... (read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Immune Alterations in Liver Cirrhosis: Its Relationship with Etiology, Child Pugh Stage and Malnutrition

OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Immune Alterations in Liver Cirrhosis: Its Relationship with Etiology, Child Pugh Stage and Malnutrition | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Background: Immune alterations in liver cirrhosis are variable and only a few have been correlated with the severity of the disease, malnutrition or its etiology...(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Pseudo Bartter Syndrome from Surreptitious Purging Behaviour in Anorexia Nervosa

OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Pseudo Bartter Syndrome from Surreptitious Purging Behaviour in Anorexia Nervosa | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Pseudo Bartter syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by metabolic alkalosis, hypokalaemia,hyperaldosteronism, hyperreninism, normal blood pressure and hyperplasia of the juxtaglomerular apparatus...(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Metabolic Syndrome and Hypertension Subtypes among Untreated Hypertensive Rural Chinese

OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Metabolic Syndrome and Hypertension Subtypes among Untreated Hypertensive Rural Chinese | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Background: High blood pressure is a major contributor to metabolic syndrome (MS) and the selection for hypertension in most cases is associated with higher prevalence of MS....(read more)

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Immune Enteral Nutrition Can Improve Outcomes in Medical-Surgical Patients with ARDS: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial

Immune Enteral Nutrition Can Improve Outcomes in Medical-Surgical Patients with ARDS: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Objective: To determine if early continuous enteral feeding of a diet containing eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), docosahexaenoic acid, and antioxidants in surgical-medical patients with ARDS improves Lung Injury Score...(read out more interesting)

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'Criteria of speaker selection is important to convey the quality level' - Express Pharma Online

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Find latest pharma market on the detailed improvement in pharmaceutical industry including news influencing from pharmaceutical events, biotech market, pharma industry associations, trade association for pharma market experts from...
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OMICS Group - Open Access Journals, Scientific Conferences & Events Organizer

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Journal of Nutritional Disorders & TherapyOpen Access using online manuscript submission, review and tracking systems of OMICS Group for quality and quick review processing.


21 day rapid review process with international peer-review standards.


Timeline of processing from Submission to Publication is 45 days.


Manuscript will be published within 7days of acceptance.


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http://omicsgroup.info/editorialtracking/nutritionaldisorders/SubmitManuscript.php


Submit Manuscripts as e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at

editor.jndt@omicsonline.org or editor.jndt@omicsgroup.biz

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The Relation Between Eating- and Weight-Related Disturbances and Depressive Symptoms

The Relation Between Eating- and Weight-Related Disturbances and Depressive Symptoms | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

A substantial proportion of adolescents experience clinical and subclinical depression. It is particularly important to study novel risk factors that may ..(read more).

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Obesity Related Infertility… Does Bariatric Surgery Helps????

Obesity Related Infertility… Does Bariatric Surgery Helps???? | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Obesity is increasing in women population across the world, causing  them to face many  complications. Obese women of reproductive age is facing a very ...(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Vitamin D Deficiency among Arab Community in North Israel: A Cross- Sectional Study

OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Vitamin D Deficiency among Arab Community in North Israel: A Cross- Sectional Study | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Plethora of studies had described a global widespread vitamin D inadequacy. Studies have established that the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency is unexpectedly high in the Middle East. We aimed to determine the prevalence and the risk factors of vitamin D deficiency in Nazareth- Hospital Employees and Arab Football League....(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | Açaí, Euterpe oleracea: Rethinking Treatment for Inflammatory Conditions

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Inflammatory conditions affect individuals of all ages, races, and genders and originate from a relatively unknown combination of biological and environmental factors. Despite their prevalence, research has fallen short in providing significant discoveries in regards to both their etiology and effective treatment....(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | A Review of Recent Investigations on Medicinal Herbs Possessing Anti- Diabetic Properties

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Globally, the pervasiveness of chronic, non-communicable disease diabetes mellitus is growing by leaps and bounds. It is one of the major causes of premature morbidity and mortality worldwide. Almost 3.2 million people die of diabetes across the world every year. The worldwide prevalence of diabetes is 6.4% (corresponding to 285 million people); this varies from 10.2% in the Western Pacific to 3.8% in the African region and expected to grow up to 7.4% (439 million) of the adult population by 2030......(Read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | The Second Meal Effect and Its Influence on Glycemia

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The study of factors that influence blood glucose homeostasis is becoming increasingly important as prevalence rates for insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes have increased...(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | A Forgotten Disease in the Land of Citrus Fruit

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Scurvy is a nearly-forgotten disease in developed countries where adequate nutrition is easily available, the few cases of scurvy reported in the 21st century have mainly occurred in the neglected elderly, alcoholics and food faddist...(read more)

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OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | The Benefits of Expressed Maternal Milk and Donor Breast Milk for Preventing Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Infants: Systematic Review and Meta- Analysis

OMICS Publishing Group | Full-text | The Benefits of Expressed Maternal Milk and Donor Breast Milk for Preventing Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Infants: Systematic Review and Meta- Analysis | Journal of Nutritional Disorders & Therapy | Scoop.it

Objectives: To examine the protective effects that feeding with expressed maternal milk and donor breast milk compared with formula milk reduces the risk of development of necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants.(read more)

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