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We concluded our previous part by discussing how interactions between Ottomans and Christians grew to the point of forging an alliance and sometimes even coexisting under a single state, thus driving modern historians to view these two elements as partners in a single historical adventure. The...

The longer we live, the more age aware we become because aging defines our lives. Our slow journey, starting from youth accelerates its pace the older we grow, making the impact of each subsequent year more eventful. In youth we are taught about life and death, but never about growing old. Old...

Ever since historian Frederick Jackson Turner introduced the Frontier Thesis of American history in 1893, his theory has become an inspiring theme for many historians. As is well known, the frontier is the outer edge of a village or land and the separating line between two lands – the periphery...

Fitness prolongs life and also enhances one’s quality of life. Fit individuals are muscular, healthier, more cheerful and more energetic. They have fewer occurrences of cancer, strokes, heart attacks, depression, obesity, backache, osteoporosis, diabetes, high blood pressure and high...

We are always in a hurry, trying to provide the best meals possible for our families and tend to forget some important safety issues regarding preparing, cooking, serving and often, reheating food.

Atrial fibrillation is an abnormal heart rhythm that causes the heart to beat irregularly and often very fast. Rapid, irregular heartbeats cause a decline in cardiac output (blood pumping efficiency), strain the heart muscle and lead to fatigue, shortness of breath and serious cardiac events.

When the busy school year begins and with the sound of school bells just around the corner, it is important to refocus your efforts to ensure your child’s health is top priority. Providing healthy meals and encouraging physical activity are essential for your child’s growth and development, as...

A.C. Grayling says in his book, The Mystery of Things, that “Science is a minority sport. It requires skills that are neither within everyone’s reach nor to everyone’s taste. It requires a facility in mathematics, and an imaginative ability to see the world in unexpected and often...

The benefits of fruits speak for themselves. They are rich in minerals, vitamins, fibers and anti-oxidants that are all essential to maintain healthy skin, hair and nails and also to help your body stay healthy and fit.

It is better to debate a question without settling it, than to settle a question without debating it. The aim of debate should not be victory, but progress.” The author of this aphorism, Joseph Joubert (1754-1842), was a French essayist and moralist who was appointed inspector-general of...