Trine Munk-Olsen, Ph.D http://dmae.review/ ., Thomas Munk Laursen, Ph.D., Carsten B. Pedersen, Dr.Med.Sc.Med.Sc., and Preben Bo Mortensen, Dr.Med.Sc.: Induced First-Trimester Abortion and Risk of Mental Disorder It has been suggested that an induced abortion is connected with mental health issues.1-4 However, research addressing this association experienced methodologic limitations, including self-selected and small research samples, low response prices and high dropout prices during the follow-up period, lack of control for potential confounders, and inadequate actions of outcome and exposure variables.5-8 Furthermore, circumstances that produce a pregnancy undesirable can themselves be stressful and could be associated with an elevated risk of mental health problems,9 resulting in bias.
Previously, the editor and editorial plank of a journal understood both scientific field it covered and the people working in it, but it’s extremely difficult to be sufficiently well linked when both editors and submissions come from worldwide. Having authors suggest the very best reviewers may seem just like a good idea therefore. In the aftermath of the recent scandals involving fake peer reviewers, many journals have decided to turn off the reviewer-suggestion option on the manuscript-submission systems. But that move might not be enough, because the publisher Hindawi discovered this past spring.