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Volubilis Rises Once More in Morocco

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

In northern Morocco the great ancient city of Volubilis is rising again and is becoming a major tourist attraction. The city that was once neglected and half-forgotten is now being opened to the public, so they can experience the amazingly well-preserved Roman ruins. Volubilis, which is Morocco’s oldest Roman site, was in a state of […]

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Conch Bar Caves: The Largest Non-Submerged Cave System of the Caribbean

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Ecology  /  No Comments

The Turks and Caicos Islands (often abbreviated to TCI) are a British Overseas Territory known primarily as a tourist destination and as an offshore financial center. However, this small group of islands contains one of the geological wonders of the Caribbean, the Conch Bar Caves which form one of the largest and unique cave systems […]

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Has the biblical Moses been identified in secular Egyptian records?

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Holy Books  /  No Comments

  8 August, 2019 – 18:59 Annette Duckworth Moses was a prophet and a leader according to Abrahamic religions, but many scholars view him as a legendary figure rather than a real historic person. They do concede that a Moses-like figure could have existed in history, so is it possible to track this person down […]

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What Are the 6 essential nutrients?

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

Last reviewed Thu 22 Aug 2019 By Jenna Fletcher Reviewed by Miho Hatanaka, RDN, LD Table of contents A person’s body cannot produce everything that it needs to function. There are six essential nutrients that people need to consume through dietary sources to maintain optimal health. The World Health Organization (WHO) note that essential nutrients are crucial in […]

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What to know About Kidney pain after drinking Alcohol

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

Last reviewed Tue 27 Aug 2019 By Zawn Villines Reviewed by Carissa Stephens, RN, CCRN, CPN Table of contents The kidneys help filter the blood, including by filtering out harmful substances such as alcohol. Moderate drinking should not cause kidney pain, but binge drinking or frequent drinking may cause kidney problems. Kidney pain usually appears in […]

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A Helping Hand For The Young and Forgotten

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

JOHANNESBURG – Registered nurse and doula Marilyn May was volunteering in a state hospital in the Western Cape, South Africa, when she says a defining moment changed the course of her life. “I was in the neonatal ICU helping moms, and a baby was crying and crying and crying right at the back of the […]

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Bullying, Substance Abuse & Segregation

By   /  Sat 1 Muharram 1441AH 31-8-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

For 25 years, Marcia Zorilla worked as a health educator in San Francisco’s Balboa High School, where she saw health problems and patterns of substance misuse change over the decades. Alcohol was the focus at one time, then ecstasy became the drug du jour. More recently, she says, students have taken to using marijuana and […]

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Nabopolassar: The Rebel Ruler of Babylonia Who Had the Godz on His Side

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Nabopolassar was the founder of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, which existed between the 7th and 6th centuries BC. But the Neo-Assyrians that were losing power at the time didn’t make his rise easy. If the rebel ruler wanted to gain control he’d have to fight for it. Thankfully for him, the gods were apparently on his […]

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Modern Humans Interbred With At Least Five Archaic Human Groups

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  Genetic analysis has revealed that the ancestors of modern humans interbred with at least five different archaic human groups as they moved out of Africa and across Eurasia. While two of the archaic groups are currently known — the Neandertals and their sister group the Denisovans from Asia — the others remain unnamed and […]

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16 Best Foods With Potassium That Are Even Healtier Than a Banana

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By Caroline Praderio May 3, 2019 This article was medically reviewed by Marjorie Cohn, MS, RDN, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and member of the Prevention Medical Review Board, on May 6, 2019. When you think about all of the nutrients your body needs, your mind might jump to protein, fiber, […]

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