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Ghadeer philosophy is a new chapter in life of Islam

Ghadeer philosophy is a new chapter in life of Islam

Deputy of the Iran’s Supreme Leader in Qazvin province called the event of Pond of Khumm as a new chapter in the life of Islam and said the event was the beginning point for the leadership of the Muslim World after the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).   (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Deputy of the Iran’s [&hellip

Giant asteroid passes by Earth

Giant asteroid passes by Earth

The radar image of asteroid 2005 YU55 An aircraft-carrier-sized black asteroid has passed by the Earth on Tuesday, delighting astronomers who hope to learn more about its composition and origin. Astronomers believe asteroid 2005 YU55, which has been visiting Earth for thousands of years, moved out of the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter [&hellip

Scientists hope to make malaria vaccine

Scientists hope to make malaria vaccine

New finding points to possible malaria vaccine Scientists say they can use their information about how malaria parasite invades human red blood cells to develop an anti-malaria vaccine. Researchers at the Sanger Institute in Cambridge pinpointed a single receptor for a protein that is critical for the parasite to gain entry into red blood cells [&hellip

Study brings hope to the brain-injured

Study brings hope to the brain-injured

Studying brain’s electrical activity by EEG Measuring brain’s electrical activity may study the level of awareness among brain-injured patients who are believed to be at vegetative state. In a vegetative state, patients are unconscious and unaware of themselves and their surrounding world, but their eyes may be open and they may react reflexively when startled. [&hellip

Study questions low-salt diet

Study questions low-salt diet

A new study says less salt intake may help high blood pressure control but it may also lead to an increase in blood cholesterol and the risk of blood clots. Recent findings question the long time belief that lowering sodium in daily diet may prevent high blood pressure or death due to heart disease. University [&hellip

Experimental drug can help weight Loss

Experimental drug can help weight Loss

An animal study says a new experimental drug may lead to significant and rapid weight loss by destroying blood supply to fatty cells. The drug called Adipotide helped obese rhesus monkeys lose on average 11 percent of their body weight after four weeks of treatment. The drug which works on the basis of a new [&hellip

Autistic children have bigger brains

Autistic children have bigger brains

A small preliminary study suggests children with autism appear to have bigger brains with more nerve cells than what is normal for their age. Autism is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior. Postmortem examinations of the brains of 13 boys including 8 with [&hellip

Baby’s weight gain predicts obesity

Baby’s weight gain predicts obesity

A new study says babies who have the fastest weight gain during the first two years of their life are at a greater risk of developing childhood obesity. Obesity and its related life threatening disease such as diabetes, hypertension and stroke have become a major concern and diseases are not only growing in higher rates [&hellip

New hope for head injury patients

New hope for head injury patients

Neuroscientist Adrian Owen explains how the system works A method of communicating with brain damaged patients who appear to be in a vegetative state has been discovered by scientists in the UK and Belgium. Writing in The Lancet medical journal they describe how they measured electrical activity in the brain to detect consciousness. The technique, [&hellip

Malaria vaccine hope after blood entry route discovered

Malaria vaccine hope after blood entry route discovered

Malaria is transmitted by mosquitoes The route all strains of the most deadly malaria parasite use to enter red blood cells has been identified by researchers at the Sanger Institute in Cambridge. The scientists involved said the finding offered “great hope” for the development of a vaccine, which had the potential to be hugely effective. [&hellip