Medieval Islamic civilization focused a great deal of attention on developing the medical arts. A key aspect was the development of hospitals and medical schools throughout the period.
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Since its advent, Islam has always encouraged its believers to exert effort through useful physical activities and sports which are extremely beneficial for ...
Young or old, thin or big, many Muslims are getting a paunch and have to bear some feelings of heaviness in the abdomen. But aside from being a nuisance, having a big belly can also lead to serious diseases.
Over the last three years, growing evidence has shown that electronic cigarettes aren't the harmless alternative to smoking that many proponents have argued.
Traveling to a different time zone can be very exciting. You are ready to explore and check items off your bucket list. Jet lag is probably the last thing you want to deal with.
A new war aimed at wiping out the HIV/AIDS pandemic by the year 2030 has been planned by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah urged all local Hajj pilgrims to get vaccinated ten days before beginning their pilgrimage, Makkah newspaper reported.
Summer brings with it a unique mixture of allergies. Some of the allergens people are exposed to, especially during the summer months, are chlorine, bug spray, suntan lotion, molds, perfumes, and unexpected allergens during travel.
Typically summer months aren't associated with illness; most people enjoy robust health at this time of year. However, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, summer is the time when illnesses "incubate".