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Madiha Sadaf

Madiha Sadaf in an undergraduate student at University of Ottawa, enrolled in BSc. with Major in Biology and Psychology with Minor in Health Social Sciences. She is also pursing a Diploma in Islamic Studies from the Islamic Online University. In addition, she actively involved in her Muslim Community hosting events and giving talks to young women. She loves to help others be optimistic and find solutions to worldly struggles through the beautiful religion of Islam. She is an aspiring daee, author, researcher, physician and a nature photographer.

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Recovering God’s Balance: Healing Ozone

The appearance of a rapidly growing hole in the part of the ozone layer over the Antarctic was first reported in the journal Nature in 1985, with later confirmations from NASA’s satellite data. The size of this hole grew rapidly, reaching its maximum size of 29.7million km2 in the year 2000. However, since then and …

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Muslim Women and the History of Science

We are well informed about the contributions of men to Islamic and scientific history. However, we often fail to acknowledge the women who brought about change. Alongside men, Muslim women played an important role in the pre-modern Islamic world as scholars, poets, mystics, rulers and warriors. Many of the women who were actively involved in …

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Faith Reduces Gene Expression in Breast Cancer

Healthcare providers, psychologists and sociologists are focusing their research and services on cancer, one of the leading causes of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there were approximately 14 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer-related deaths in 2012. The number of new cases is expected to rise by about 70% over …

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