Journal of Ageing, Disability and Chronic Disease

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Aging is a gradual, continuous process during which essential functions in human body begin operating at a sub optimal level. With increasing age comes increased likelihood of disability. The most common causes of disability among older adults are chronic diseases, injuries, mental impairment, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases. Chronic diseases can range from mild conditions, such as short-sightedness, dental decay and minor hearing loss, to debilitating arthritis and low back pain, and to life-threatening heart disease and cancers.

‘Journal of Ageing, Disability and Chronic Disease’, a bimonthly publishing Open Access journal aims to offer the best platform for sharing information on a wide range of topics related to aging and age-related (sub) clinical conditions.

‘Journal of Ageing, Disability and Chronic Disease’ welcome scholars across the globe to submit their original research papers fulfilling the requisite criterion. The journal also accepts review, short communication, editorial, expert review and letter to the editor.

All the manuscripts published by ‘Journal of Ageing, Disability and Chronic Disease’ undergo rapid, quality and quick  review processing by eminent editorial and review team maintaining high standards and ethics of publishing.

The scholarly content published online will be freely available to every reader anywhere in the world to read, download, copy, reuse and distribute, provided that the original work is properly cited.

Authors may submit their valuable work either via the online submission form or via email to the editor’s office at submissions@asterpublications.com, ageing@asterpublications.com

Scope of the journal

‘Journal of Ageing, Disability and Chronic Disease’ primarily focuses on the association between increasing age and increasing disability. The journal covers the following topics (including but not limited to the following fields).

  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Hypertension
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Muscular-skeletal conditions ( including arthritis and osteoporosis)
  • Injuries
  • Mental impairment (such as dementia and depression)
  • Malnutrition
  • HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases
  • Blindness
  • Visual impairment
  • Nutrition and Ageing