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It is very common today to find couples that favor cohabitation over marriage as their first living together experience. Cohabitation is an arrangement where an unmarried couple live mutually in a long-lasting relationship which can resemble marriage. Couples who decide to cohabit are very often...

The Arab world teemed in the nineteenth century with thinkers and reformists renowned for their openness, education and intellectual and progressive vision, attributes that seem quite scarce in our world today. Among those were Al-Rafei, Abdallah Al-Nadim, Al-Tahtawi, Al-Afghani, Muhammad Abdo and...

Globalization has been expanding in synch with the advancement of knowledge economy. The world at large is, in principle, a natural place where great knowledge investments meet. Given high labor costs, refined goods like electronics are produced in the countries with cheap labor such as Southeast...

Vitamin B12 is the largest and most complex of the vitamins and, although plants do not need it, it is essential for animal metabolism and life. However, because it is not freely present in nature, certain microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi must synthesize it. This renders animal life...

A child is in need of care and nurture in order to develop physically, emotionally, cognitively and socially. In the social system of traditional families, both parents are involved in raising and fostering the child. However, mothers tend to be the primary caregivers that uniquely influence their...

There are three levels of investment in the realm of knowledge that constitute three economic entities. :

“…the innocent sleep, Sleep that knits up the raveled sleeve of care, The death of each day’s life, sore labor’s bath, Balm of hurt minds, great nature’s second course, Chief nourisher in life’s feast…” William Shakespeare, Macbeth

Adolescence is a time when teens move from a family-centered environment to the larger social world. During this transition, teenagers experiment and take risks in order to understand and define their identity. They may change their clothing to something more generational, choose friends that their...

The information and telecommunications revolution has taken experts by surprise, throwing them in a swelling sea of generosities, yet not providing them with a scale capable of weighing their value. Marc Porat, the economist who made history for succeeding in measuring the immeasurable has prefaced...

RLS is a brain chemical disorder that causes an irresistible urge to move the body and limbs. This urge improves with activity, worsens with rest, and becomes more pronounced in the evenings and at night, thus disrupting one’s sleep and tranquility. Although it mainly affects the legs, it can...