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Global Academic & Scientific Publishers (GAS Publishers) is an international publisher dedicated to giving great researchers and scientists a “peer-reviewed” platform to present their results for the benefit of society in order to spark discussion and offer a venue for education. Embarking on a journey of academic excellence, GAS Publishers emerged in 2023 as a dynamic platform dedicated to advancing knowledge across diverse disciplines. With a commitment to fostering intellectual exploration, GAS Publishers proudly presents eight distinguished journals. These seven prestigious journals underscore GAS Publishers’ dedication to facilitating scholarly collaboration, fostering the dissemination of knowledge, and contributing to the vibrant tapestry of academic inquiry. As we continue our journey, we invite researchers, scholars, and practitioners to explore, engage, and contribute to the evolving landscape of intellectual exploration under the auspices of GAS Publishers.

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Dr. A.M.K. Bashayreh

Assistant Professor – Business Management, Al Zahra College for Women.

Dr. N.U.N. Shahani

Faculty of Business Management and Course Leader (DBA) at Exeed College.

Dr. H.H.B. Ahmad

Senior lecturer faculty of Business and management science university of Kolej University Islam Perlis.

Dr. Sakul Kundra

Associate Dean (Research) and Assistant Professor at College of Humanities and Education, Fiji National University.


Dr. Abhisek Saha

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Chatra Ramai Pandit Mahavidyalaya.

Dr. N.A.K. Zamri

Research Fellow at Institute of Malay and Civilization (ATMA), Universiti Kebangsaan.

Dr. A. O. sheila

Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University,

Psychological Status and Balance among Pregnant Women: A Comparison between Natural Pregnancy and in Vitro Fertilization- Short Communication


Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the period during which one or more offspring develop inside a woman. The stages of pregnancy are divided into 3 trimesters, each lasting 3 months, and are characterized by distinct changes in mother and foetus (1). In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a form of assisted reproductive technology (ART) where eggs and sperm are combined in a laboratory dish before being transferred to the uterus (2).

The transition to motherhood is a dynamic period in life, characterized by significant neurobiological and psychosocial changes. These changes can have a profound impact on the physical and mental well-being of women and their offspring. Depressive symptoms impact over 25% of women during the peripartum period, with anxiety and related disorders affecting 10–20% (3). There is evidence indicating that maternal depression and anxiety symptoms can significantly impact infant development. Risk for peripartum depression and anxiety may be linked to some of the physiological changes (Shifts in hormones, neurobiological changes) that women experience during this period (3). New mothers’ ability to respond sensitively to their infants may be influenced by interactions between psychosocial and physiological factors. Research in rodents and humans has found evidence of reductions in brain volume and increases in ventricular size during the peripartum period (3).

Explaining the Daily Allowances of High School Students as Affected By the Increase of Oil Prices

Abstract:  Price increases indicate inflation, which can be seen as the eroding of power over time. The average cost increase of chosen goods and services across a number of periods can show the rate at which purchasing control declines. Consequently, students are experiencing how inflation affects their daily lives, from rising educational expenditures to rising product prices. Apart from that, various objects also experience various rates of expansion. Therefore, research on how this issue affected students’ daily allowances, as well as their perspectives and coping mechanisms, is necessary. This study aimed to investigate how the sudden change in gas prices had affected the budgeting of allowance, as well as the coping mechanisms of high school students. Results revealed a statistically significant difference between students’ budgets for food, transportation, school projects, communication, and outlays before and after the increase in the price of oil. As a result, their daily allowances and budgeting were greatly affected by the rise in oil costs. In order to cope with this, the majority of the students needed to save money in order to alter their budgeting in light of price increases and just purchase their necessities. From the results, this study suggests that saving money during a price increase is important, as well as learning how to manage finances wisely. As students are greatly affected by ongoing price increases, budgeting wisely is an essential practice in order to achieve financial stability.  Lastly, the study suggests that oil price increases can have multifaceted effects on students’ allowances, ranging from direct economic implications to psychological and behavioral responses. Understanding these dynamics is crucial for policymakers and educational institutions in developing effective strategies to support students during periods of economic volatility.

    Keywords: Oil Prices, Daily Allowances, Inflation, Increase Of Prices, Social Science

Addressing Substance Use Disorders among Male Prisoners: Short Commentary

The issue of substance use disorders among incarcerated individuals is a complex and pressing concern within the criminal justice system. The article from the Herald “The Management of Adult Male Prisoners with Substance Use Disorders Presenting with Suspected Internal Concealment of Illicit Drugs: Challenges, Clinical Implications, and Best Practice Response “delves into the specific challenges faced in managing adult male prisoners who present with suspected internal concealment of illicit drugs [1]. This practice, known colloquially as “body packing” or “body stuffing,” poses significant clinical and operational challenges for prison healthcare providers. One of the primary challenges highlighted in the article is the difficulty in accurately diagnosing and treating individuals who engage in internal concealment of drugs. The secretive nature of this behavior often means that prisoners may not disclose their drug use, leading to missed opportunities for intervention and treatment. Moreover, the health risks associated with internal concealment, including the potential for drug toxicity or overdose, further underscore the importance of developing effective clinical responses within correctional settings [2].

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