Our small yet extremely complex brain has so much work to do for us; be it the smallest of the movement like picking up a pen, walking, moving our eyelids, crying, anger, joys, laughter, jests, fears or our pleasures, they all arise from our brain.
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Surat Ar-Raʻd "The Thunder" is the 13th sura of the Holy Qur'an. This Medinan surah is composed of 43 verses. It has Muqatta'at.
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With every hour passing, medicine and human sciences make fascinating steps that build up to extend the bridge between us and the secrets of the absolute wonder created by God which is our human brain.
Eat and drink of that which Allah has provided and do not act corruptly, making mischief on the earth." (Surat Al-Baqarah: 2:60).
“Allah never inflicts a disease unless he makes a cure for it [Bukhari].” In 610 A.D., when the Prophet Muhammad made this statement, ...
The traditional world of healing (naturopathic) is developing a healthy partnership with many areas of allopathic medicine (Western). One such area is the ...
According to a 2006 article published in the British Medical Journal, smoking rates are generally high in Muslim countries.
Home gardens were once an indispensable element of the British urban residential streets. Yet these tiny private enclaves of greenery are under the ...
Most know of the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the modern world. We also know it was built in memory of Mumtaz Mahal. But how many know of her Aunt Nor who invented the device that performed attar distillation of flowers to make perfumes?