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Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Journal of Probiotics & Health is a scholarly open access journal that relates to the building of knowledge and explaining to the scientific community. They are very helpful for the scholarly, academic, educational, scholastic, professorial and pedagogic requirements. We can use these words to search for scholarly articles. The scholarly open access articles are found in scholarly open access journals, where the complete peer-review is done by the scholarly people such as professors and scientists of highest cadre. Once the article processed through peer-review, it is then said to scholarly article. The scholarly sources are helpful as an expected attribute of academic course work. Scholarly or peer-reviewed open access journals have collections of articles written by adepts in academic or professional fields. The intended audiences are other scholar, professionals and even aspiring students too. Inflammatory bowel diseases include ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease (CD). The etiology of IBD is not fully understood and is influenced by environmental, genetic and immunological factors. The geographic variation of IBD is well known. The highest prevalence rates are reported in North America and Northern Europe, whereas the prevalence rates are much lower in eastern European and Asian populations. It has been shown that higher incidence rates of IBD are associated with westernization. People who immigrate to westernized countries have a higher risk for developing IBD. The prevalence of IBD is also different among ethnic groups of immigrant populations. Nguyen et al. showed a higher prevalence of IBD in Non-Hispanic whites compared with Non-Hispanic blacks. The same study showed a higher ratio of IBD hospitalizations and IBDrelated mortality in Non-Hispanic blacks compared with Non-Hispanic whites. This suggests a different IBD phenotype among ethnic groups. "Bouhadan S, Ethnic Differences in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases" OMICS Group is among best open access publishers with expert reviewers and renowned scientists in its editorial board. Both editors and reviewers actively participate in the peer-review process and helps in completing the review process within 21 days. Apart from that OMICS Group organizes more than 80 International Scientific conferences.
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