Lifestyle

Health Benefits Of Sujud

As Muslims we know that the Qur’an offers guidance to us in all aspects of our lives. It is indeed a blessing and a guide for all times and places. In today’s modern world full of electronic communication, globalization, technology and …

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WATER; KEY TO HEALTHY LIVING

The medical benefits of water to the kidneys and the general well-being of the body cannot be over emphasized. The institute of medicine recommended that men achieve a daily fluid intake of around 3 liters and …

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Don't Get Tired!

There are times when the world seems like it is going to come tumbling down on us. But the most human thing to do, the most Muslim thing to do, is keep pushing.…

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6 hair care tips for Hijabis

Contrary to popular belief, hijabis are not bald under their hijabs! Even though our hair is protected from the natural elements (wind, sunlight, snow, rain, etc.), that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t …

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Sit your way to death

Sitting is the epitome of a sedentary lifestyle. A car-commuting, desk-bound, TV-watching lifestyle can be harmful to your health. All the time we spend parked behind a steering wheel...…

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Nutrition Goes Beyond The Physical

The role of food in a person's life cannot be disregarded as it is very necessary for his survival; for the nourishment of his body and mind. Eating food in the right proportion to supply essential nutrients to the body …

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Islam and Obesity

Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic, especially in affluent and developed societies. Despite intense social pressures to have …

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IS ISLAM  UNDEMOCRATIC?

Modernity has given us a de-divinized public order. It has suppressed the truth of the Soul for the harmony of the City. It has reduced the mandate of Divine Vicegerency to a …

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Dealing With Mental Illness

This particular sister was always avoided by everyone everywhere even in the masjid, everyone steer clear from standing/sitting with her during solat. I find this very saddening. Our responses to mental illness in Nigeria is very disparaging and upsetting, but unfortunately the easiest ones is ridicule and/or avoidance.…

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