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2020 Mar 15Articles
It’s time to have a Re:Set on mental and physical well-being
When I’m stressed, anxious or nervous, the tell-tale signs manifest in my body. My hands get clammy, I feel nauseous, my stomach churns, or my legs start shaking. I can feel the burden play out physically in my body and mentally on my psyche.
2020 Mar 02Articles
Asperger’s Syndrome – An Autism Spectrum Disorder
On the autism spectrum, Asperger’s falls on the milder side of autism Children with Asperger’s are bright and sensible, with abilities to carry out their daily life on their own. They do not require extra assistance from their parents or caregivers. Moreover, they do not have a speech delay and can communicate well with their parents and caregivers. Children with Asperger’s, discuss the topics of their interest non-stop.
2020 Mar 01Government Letters
How do we leverage govt. comm., as a global engine of change?
Sharjah 24: Inventions like the steam engine have changed the course of human life and history. Similarly, the information and communication revolution became an engine of global change, and today, this sector has become a dominant influence on the future in our ever-changing world.
2020 Feb 02Articles
Six ways Generation Z differs from other generations in workplace
Generation Z is the demographic cohort following the Millennials born between 1996 and 2015, meaning they are no longer the ‘future’ workforce - they are the present and among us. There are various ways in which Generation Z differ from Millenials and the generations who have come before them, not least with regards to their attitude and traits in the workplace. The workplace is still coming to grips with and adapting to Millennials, and now there is a new Generation on the rise, aptly named Z. People still poke fun at the millennial generation with idiosyncratic jokes, but the Generation Z will be at the workplace in about a decade's time.
2019 Nov 24Articles
A High Schoolers Guide to University
The transition from high school to university can be exciting yet overwhelming at the same time. How will you make new friends? What will the courses be like? Have I chosen the right program? Will I be able to cook decent meals when I’m homesick? And, of course, the dreaded Freshman 15.
2019 Oct 27Articles
A Man's role - Breast Cancer awareness
A cancer diagnosis is news no one wants to receive, but unfortunately, it’s becoming widespread, and we know at least one person in our social circle who has been impacted by the disease. According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is one of the common types of cancer in women, affecting 2.1 million every year and it can be a lonely and overwhelming road for a woman as she undergoes treatment that can result in noticeable changes in her body such as a mastectomy.
2019 Oct 20Articles
1- What is seasonal flu? Influenza is an infectious respiratory disease caused by seasonal influenza A or B viruses that infect the nose, throat and sometimes lungs. Influenza tends to have a seasonal pattern, with epidemics usually occurring between late autumn and early spring.
2019 Sep 22Articles
Tips for decorating your dining table
The dining area is a focal point for family and friends to come together and enjoy each other's company over a delicious meal. As one of the key design elements of the home, it is important to create an ambience which carries warmth and hospitality throughout the interiors.
2019 Sep 15Articles
Top tips for sleep hygiene
“Who are these people who get 8 to 10 hours of sleep each night, and how do I become one of them?” It’s a thought that’s often crossed my mind at 2 a.m. while I’m scrolling through Instagram and simultaneously battling the to-do list in my mind. Until recently, I was averaging three to four hours of sleep each night, and I could see the impact on my physical and mental well-being. My mind was foggy, my body fatigued constantly and I was cranky.
2019 Sep 09Articles
“Science” from the Islamic perspective
Preface Seeking knowledge and educating oneself is a crucial issue in Islam, be it the knowledge that is classified under sciences, humanities and social studies or so-called religious studies and spiritualties. They are all value the same weight in Islam, no one is preferred among the other nor it is superior above the other, this is because verses that reveal importance of knowledge in Islam are general, some of these verses are going to be mentioned and clarified herein in this article, same is right about the prophetic tradition in term of generalization importance of knowledge to all fields of studies.