Articles

Sustainable Development and Youth in Developing Countries: How to Start?
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Youth have to picture the world as a system that connects space and time; a requirement in all definitions of sustainable development.

Alternative Medicine
(Human Health)

CAM refers to a wide range of healthcare practices that are not generally considered part of conventional medicine. Let us review some of them.

Famine throughout History
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Whether it happens because of poverty, conflict, or demographic problems, famine has always been one of the worst disasters to affect human life. 

Catch Me If You Can
(Science and Sports)

The fastest runner on Earth!


The Most Famous Human Rights Charts
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Circulating the term “Human Rights”, even though not directly used, has begun long ago. 

On the World Vitiligo Day It is Just a Myth
(The Big Questions)

25 June marks the World Vitiligo Day; but, what do you know about this disease?

A Sustainable Loop: From Linear to Circular Economy
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Elements of a plausible solution have been around for decades, they have been compiled into the conceptual framework of circular economy.

All You Need to Know about Jaundice
(Human Health)

Jaundice is not a disease in itself; the yellowish skin normally refers to an underlying condition that needs immediate attention.

A Big Screen Reveal of Big Heroes: Temple Grandin
(Invisible People of Science)

The media plays a role in sheding light on the lives of scientists and show people what they endured for the sake of their comfort.

All You Need to Know about Anemia
(Human Health)

Anemia is one of the most common blood diseases that could turn dangerous if neglected.

Head Transplant
(Science Policy and Ethics)

Different organs can be removed from a human body and transplanted into another body, but have you ever heared of "head transplant”?

What Should We Eat?
(The Big Questions)

Match characters to the recommended food choices. 

Liquid Rainbow
(Travel, Explore, and Venture)

According to local legend, the river has escaped paradise to flow through Earth; read on the River of Five Colors and the Liquid Rainbow.

Do Our Bodies Contain Plastics?
(The Big Questions)

This question might sound weired; how would our bodies contain plastic while we definitely do not consume it?

The Right Food for the Right Time
(Bare Necessities)

It is necessary that all people of different ages know how to eat and what are the essential nutrients to be consumed according to their life stage.

Sun for Life
(Light: Source and Future of Life)

How could solar energy offer better and affordable health services to the residents of remote and rural areas?

Ever Wonder Why? Or How?
(The Big Questions)

We always hear information that amazes or intrigues us and makes us wonder “how or why?”

Healing Light
(Light: Source and Future of Life)

The Sun was worshiped by several ancient civilizations, but with their demise, its worship diminish and the knowledge of its healing powers.


Meningitis: A Life-Threatening Condition
(Human Health)

Meningitis requires immediate attention, because the complications can be severe; luckily, there are vaccines to combat it.


A Big Screen Reveal of Big Heroes: The Imitation Game
(Invisible People of Science)

Many scientists exerted extensive efforts to benefit people by their research and inventions; yet, not many know their stories.

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