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Depression, Exercise, & Neurogenesis

Twenty years ago, most physicians, scientists, and probably all science textbooks believed that brain cells that die, cannot be replaced or get fixed.


Psychology of Narcissism

According to Islamic teachings, there are many conditions and phenomena that are recognized as some sort of psychological disorder and health.

Activate Your God-Spot

The human brain is the most complex organ man has been endowed with. Allah gave us the human brain to make us the best of all His creations, in order to differentiate us from animals and other creatures. It contains 100 billion neurons (nerve cells) and trillions of connecting fibers called synapses. It can store …


Serotonin: Elixir of Joy (Infograph)

Serotonin is a hormone found in our digestive tract, the Central Nervous System (CNS), blood platelets and the Pineal Gland. It is also known as 5-hydroxytryptamine, which is often abbreviated to 5-HT. Serotonin’s chemical formula is C10 H12 N2 O.


Lightning Sparks of Your Brain: Qur’an Recitation

Throughout history, many civilizations have made significant progress in the world of science and various other fields through the proper employment of their brains. However, the Islamic civilization surpassed them in achieving superbly remarkable progress using both materialism and idealism.

Suffering Nature Deficit Disorder?

“Verily! In the creation of the heavens and the earth, and in the alternation of night and day, and the ships which sail through the sea with that which is of use to mankind, and the water (rain) which Allah sends down from the sky and makes the earth alive therewith after its death, and …


Muslim Kids and Autism: Help on the Way

Once when five-year-old Gabreel and his family were at a bookstore in the United States, Gabreel pushed a girl. The girl’s angry mother began hitting Gabreel repeatedly and even told Gabreel’s father that his son was wrong to hit her daughter.

Prayer, the Most Powerful Healer

{Pray to me and I will hear your prayer} (Surat Ghafir 40:60). “Say Du’a for me.” Your friend pleads as she goes to interview for a job. Muslims are accustomed to using du’a and prayer in a number of situations mentioned above, but often forget the power of prayer in healing. One is more likely to …

Mental Retardation: Prevention in Unborn Children

“Verily, We created man from a product of wet earth; then placed him as a drop (of seed) in a safe lodging; then fashioned We the drop into a clot; then fashioned We the clot into a little lump; then fashioned We the little lump into bones; then clothed the bones with flesh, and then …

Hunter Instinct: Stress in Modern Medicine

Stress is one of those human instinctive survival mechanisms that Allah (SWT) has bestowed upon us. It keeps us on our toes so that we can respond to immediate demands with a quick release of energy, such as when we must brake suddenly to avoid hitting an animal or another car. When our children are …

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