Journal of Biological Sciences and Medicine 2020-05-26T18:08:27+00:00 Dr. Rashmi Srivastava Open Journal Systems <p>The “<strong><em>Journal of Biological Sciences and Medicine</em></strong>” (JBSM) is an international open access journal in English published quarterly. The aim of JBSM is to publish rapid and peer reviewed original research articles, scientific reports, review and mini-reviews in the developing and interdisciplinary field of biological, environmental and medical sciences. We welcome original research papers covering all aspects of modern biology for publication in our journal. Aspiring young scientists, medical professionals and researchers especially in the field of biology, biomedicine, environmental sciences, agricultural sciences, forestry, biotechnology etc., are wholeheartedly encouraged to submit their valuable contributions.</p> <p>Journal of Biological Sciences and Medicine welcomes original, unpublished research papers which includes critical analysis of any aspect of all subjects from the faculty members, graduate students, independent researchers, and writers from all over the world. The scope of the journal is wide open to the International arena.</p> Risks of sulphur dioxide inhalation on serum protein level of albino rats 2020-05-26T18:07:03+00:00 Firdaus Fatma Sandeep Asthana Ravi S Pandey <p>Sulphur dioxide is a hydrophilic gas and is mainly absorbed in the body through the epithelium of the upper respiratory tract from where it gets further absorbed and enters into the bloodstream. In the present study, albino rats were exposed to different concentration of sulphur gas and assessed the effect on serum protein level. The findings reveal that serum protein concentration decrease significantly after 4 week exposure to 120 ppm of sulphur dioxide.</p> 2020-03-31T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Air pollution and its impact on human Health in India: A Review 2020-05-26T18:08:27+00:00 Zeba Khan Rashmi Srivastava <p>Air pollution in India is one of the most serious health issue. Air pollution contributes to the premature deaths of 2 million Indians every year. In the present study is designed to find out the highest annual levels of air pollution and its adverse effects on human health in India. Emissions come from vehicles and industry, whereas in rural areas, much of the pollution stems from biomass burning for cooking and keeping warm. In autumn and winter months, large scale crop residue burning in agriculture fields, is a major source of smoke, smog and particulate pollution.</p> 2020-03-31T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##