• Healthy Hot Drinks for winter
    • 1. Place the cardamom, cloves, and peppercorns in a resealable plastic bag and crush with a heavy skillet. 2. Place the crushed spices in a medium saucepan, along with ...
    • Why do we have leap years?
    • We know that leap year occurs after every four years. Earth revolves around the sun in 365 days, five hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds but we take one year of 365 days. There is still five hours left for the earth to complete its ...
    • Why do the days get shorter in winter?
    • There is less daylight in the winter than in the summer. You might notice that in July it could stay light out until 9:00 at night, but it gets dark much earlier in October. We know that earth is tilted at a particular angle and ...
    • What You Should Know About Cataracts?
    • A cataract is an eye disease in which the clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy or opaque, causing a decrease in vision. The lens is a portion of the eye that is normally clear. It focuses rays of light entering the eye onto the ...
    • Your Body Is talking what it needs this winter
    • Compared to every other season of the year, winter is a time for being inside, and especially around the savory smells of a kitchen in full use. Yes, it is colder outside, and we may need extra calories to stay warm. The reason is: ...
    • What are health benefits of persimmons?
    • Persimmon is a deep orange, waxy fruit which is similar to a tomato in shape. Persimmons which have dark-colored flesh are always sweet and non-astringent and should be eaten before they become too soft. Varieties with light-colored flesh have ...
    • Noise and Hearing Protection
    • We live in a noisy world, where the sound levels to which we are exposed regularly strains our hearing. Even seamlessly harmless sounds, such as ...
    • The Healing Properties of Rosewater
    • Rose water is the essence obtained from a flower called Damask rose. Rose water is considered as a relatively cheap byproduct. Rose water has a distinctive flavor and is used in some Asian foods. Rose water is the particular product of ...
    • The Crucial Role of the Liver
    • The liver is the largest organ in the human body and one that performs a multitude of important functions, both alone and in concert with other organs. The typical weight of a healthy liver will range from 2 lb to 4 lb (1 kg to 2 kg). The liver is ...
    • Turnips are Tops for Health
    • Turnips, members of the cruciferous family of vegetables, along with broccoli, collards, kale and Brussels sprouts, grow in temperate climates throughout the world. Most commonly grown for their white bulbous roots, turnip leaves and sprouts are also ...
    • What is a Wool Allergy?
    • Wool is a clothing material derived from sheep. It contains natural oil called lanolin, which is the cause of many people’s wool allergies. People who show allergic reactions to lanolin in wool will also exhibit ...
    • Chicory Health Benefits
    • Chicory (Chihorium intybus) is an erect perennial herbaceous herb of the daisy family which is native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia. First recorded usage of Chicory was in ancient Egypt where it is believed that is offers health benefits for ...
    • How to Lose Weight in winter?
    • We know when the temperature drops our weight does the opposite. As we tuck into pies and stews to ward off the winter chill we’re making sure there’s an extra – fatty – layer between us and the cold. And when it’s miserable outside nobody feels like ...
    • Beating the Winter Blues
    • Every year as fall begins to turn to winter, I notice the distinctive change in the amount of daylight we experience. Working ten hour days in my job, I leave in the dark and come home in the dark. And it seems to ...
    • FRUIT AS MEDICINE: Mulberry
    • Mulberries actually grow on trees rather than the bush so many children sing about. The trees are fast growing and produce a massive amount of berries each season. There are several colors of mulberries from ...
    • Some Facts about Color Blindness
    • Color blindness occurs when you are unable to see colors in a normal way. Most commonly, color blindness (also known as color deficiency) happens when someone cannot distinguish between certain colors, usually between ...
    • Absolute Prohibition of Alcohol in Islam
    • Islam is called the Deen-ul-Fitrah or the natural religion of Man. All its injunctions are aimed at preserving the natural state of man. Alcohol is a deviation from this natural state, for the ...
    • 8 Ways to Treat an Eye Injury
    • A minor eye injury can be uncomfortable and distressing. The human eye is an amazingly fine tuned machine with many subtleties. If the injury is ...
    • Top 10 Homework Tips
    • Kids are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in their homework — it shows kids that what they do is important. Of course, helping with homework shouldn’t mean spending hours hunched over a desk. Parents can be ...
    • The Miracle of Positive Thinking
    • Thinking positively can work miracles. You may have been told to guard your thoughts, but felt the advice to be pointless. After all, your thoughts are private. How can they possibly affect someone else? The fact is thoughts do seem to ...
    • Children; Big Blessing of God
    • Indeed in the messenger of Allah there is the best of examples So there is the best of example for us to learn from our Prophet’s (PBUH) mercy towards children in particular.The Prophet, PBUH, was known of ...
    • Sleep Helps Flush Toxins From The Brain
    • A good night’s rest may clear you head – literally. For centuries, scientists and philosophers have wondered why people sleep and how it affects the brain. Only recently, for example, have scientists shown that sleep is ...
    • 7 common foods to detoxify your liver naturally
    • The primary way in which your body expels toxins is via the liver, which detoxifies and cleanses your body by continuously filtering the blood of poisons that enter it through the digestive tract, the skin, and the respiratory system. But when ...
    • Overlooking Trivial Issues
    • Forgiving is one of the most important elements in a family life. At the same time overlooking trivial issue is also important for it consolidates the ties among family members. About the importance of ...
    • Forgiving consolidates the foundations of family
    • It is sometime natural for the family members to confront each other harshly. But it must be managed otherwise it will weaken the foundation of family. Such confrontations could be best managed by ...
    • Eating Meat as a Source of Nutrition
    • Imam Sadiq (PBUH) narrated the Holy Prophet (PBUH) as saying: “you should eat meat because meat brings meat to body and whoever does not eat meat for forty days he would be ...
    • Food in the Qur’an and Traditions
    • The Holy Qur’an: 1. Eat and drink of that which Allah has provided and do not act corruptly, making mischief on the earth” (2:60) 2.“Eat clean and ...
    • You’re Married...Now What?
    • The merits of getting married, and especially getting married at an early age, are very great. There are numerous verses of the Holy Qur’an and sayings from the Holy Prophet and his Ahl-ul-Bayt (peace be upon them all) which extol the virtues of ...
    • Healthy eating during Ramadhan
    • With long hours of fasting and a wide spread to choose from, eating healthy at an elaborate, appetising Iftar can sometimes be a distant dream. But that need not always be the case, because it is quite easy to ...
    • Healthy Ramadhan: Eat and Live Well
    • Fasting during the month of Ramadhan can be good to your health if it’s done correctly. Benefits of fasting during Ramadhan include: Fasting promotes weight loss, Rests digestive system, Resolves inflammatory diseases and ...
    • How to Get Rid of Milk Stains
    • Milk doesn't look like a troublesome stain. After all, it's white and it seems like it rinses clean. The problem with milk stains comes after ...
    • Best Ways to Get Rid of Mayonnaise Stains
    • Mayonnaise is a controversial condiment. Some love it and and appreciate that it adds a wonderful flavor and richness to sandwiches and foods. Others, like a friend of mine, refer to it as white death. No matter which side you embrace, we all know it ...