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Is Fungal or Animal Protein Better for Building Muscle?

By   /  Mon 10 Muharram 1441AH 9-9-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

Thursday 4 July 2019 By Maria Cohut As more and more people are turning away from meat in favor of plant-based and meat replacement products, scientists are asking more questions about how protein sources differ from one another. New research looks at whether animal or fungus-derived protein is better for building muscle mass. New research […]

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Meet America’s Patriots

By   /  Thu 6 Muharram 1441AH 5-9-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

July 5, 2019 By Susan Milligan U.S. World News & Report RO KHANNA LEARNED A LOT from immigrants – who just happened to be his parents. Khanna, born in Philadelphia during America’s bicentennial, is the son of Indian immigrants who came to this country to build a better life for their children. Early on, Khanna […]

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Mining Hopes for Independence

By   /  Thu 6 Muharram 1441AH 5-9-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

  An aerial view of the Panguna mine located in the autonomous region of Bougainville on July 20, 2015, in Papua New Guinea.(USGS/NASA LANDSAT/GETTY IMAGES) A copper quarry helps fuel Bougainville’s hopes for separation from Papua New Guinea, a move that would resonate across the Pacific. By Geoff Hiscock | U.S. News | July 1, […]

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Spinach Supplement May Increase Muscle Strength

By   /  Thu 6 Muharram 1441AH 5-9-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

Published Friday 5 July 2019 By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research has examined the potential of spinach extract as an enhancer of athletic performance. The active compound in spinach extract significantly improves muscle strength, leading the study authors to recommend banning the supplement in sports. Spinach contains an extract that could […]

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210,000 Year Old Fossil Found in Greece Identified as ‘Oldest Hue-Man fossil’ outside Africa

By   /  Thu 6 Muharram 1441AH 5-9-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

  A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human fossil found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind’s arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years, researchers said Wednesday. In a startling discovery that changes our understanding of how modern man populated Eurasia, the findings support the idea that Homo sapiens […]

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Top 10 Evidence Based Supplements for Anxiety

By   /  Tue 4 Muharram 1441AH 3-9-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

By Jennifer Berry Reviewed by Alan Carter, PharmD Background Vitamin D Vitamin B complex Magnesium L-theanine Multivitamins Omega-3 Valerian root Chamomile Lavender Lemon balm Summary Research has suggested that various supplements — including vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, and herbal remedies — may help relieve the symptoms of anxiety. We list the best 10, as well […]

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A Controversial Urban Developement Program Divides Islaelis

By   /  Tue 4 Muharram 1441AH 3-9-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

JERUSALEM — If all goes as planned, the aging 1960s-era apartment building where Yael Rockoff lives in Jerusalem with her husband and two young sons will be nearly demolished and rebuilt to current construction standards. Rockoff and the other five households will all receive bigger apartments in the revamped building, gaining at least one additional […]

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Trade Pact with EU Opens Doors for South American Economies

By   /  Tue 4 Muharram 1441AH 3-9-2019AD  /  Global Finance  /  No Comments

World Economy News 20/07/2019 Even in an age of globalized free trade, some of South America’s biggest economies have remained the kind of outliers of which U.S. President Donald Trump, with his skepticism toward international commerce, might approve. That was long the case of the four member states of Mercosur, the bloc comprising Argentina, Brazil, […]

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Trump Administration Seeks Decertification Of Immigration Judges’ Union

By   /  Tue 4 Muharram 1441AH 3-9-2019AD  /  Law  /  No Comments

Richard Gonzales Ashley Tabaddor, a federal immigration judge in Los Angeles who serves as president of the National Association of Immigration Judges. Susan Walsh/AP The Justice Department late last week moved to seek the decertification of the union representing hundreds of U.S. immigration judges, ratcheting up a simmering battle over the Trump administration’s immigration enforcement […]

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The First Americans Were Moors: United States Census Bureau’s ‘Great White Majority’ Hoax

By   /  Sun 2 Muharram 1441AH 1-9-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

Fisher Jack March 17, 2017 America a Negro Continent It has been widely known by most of the elite academic global population of Europeans “the whites” along with the Spaniards and others that ancient post-colonial America both North and South was, populated by melanated black and brown people with desirable, rich thriving civilizations, remarkable cities, […]

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