When you get pregnant, you will hear a lot of myths, someone will suggest that "eating sweets is an indicator of the baby is a girl" and spreading superstitions like this between the people is very normal because of the period of pregnancy is long and nothing to do, so let's go to know some myths about pregnancy, are they true or not?
Here we will discuss five myths about pregnancy but with medical evidence so after reading this article, please take a look at the recourses.
America has been always a keen supporter of the war whether its middle east or any other region American always want to make things according to its own wishes through military force. Though it may this idea may be successful in the middle east but this idea cant is implemented in other regions. This is the case in the Afghanistan crisis.
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COVID 19 has indeed changed the dynamics of the world in many ways. Many changes that have occurred due to this disease would have otherwise taken years to take place. One of the most important changes is the environmental changes taking place.
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The World has been going through a lot lately due to the most unforeseen situation occurring due to the Pandemic. The world economy is crashing, countries are becoming bankrupt. The export-import cycle has been disrupted. IN these circumstances, a new issue has aroused which has in fact benefitted many Oil importing countries but is greatly affecting oil-exporting countries.
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Requests from the poor countries for a comprehensive package of debt relief to help poor countries cope with the corona virus pandemic have intensified after research by JDC (Jubilee Debt Campaign) showed that more than 60 including the most poorer countries are spending more on paying their creditors than they are on health even when there is a grave health crisis. This is due to the high borrowing of the poor governments and high interest on the loan.
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When subcontinent was divided in 1947, Pakistan and India were born. At that time US was one of the first countries to recognize Pakistan. After independence America established the embassy in the early years of Pakistan birth. Pakistan also aligned itself with the USA during the cold war. When Afghanistan was invaded by USSR, Pakistan was at the forefront of the war. There was a time Pakistan was termed as Non-NATO ally of the USA.
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A lot of things have been going in the world lately. These two are neighbors of each other and these both countries are Muslim countries. But the relations of these countries are like a roller coaster ride. The relations have gone through many ups and downs. So it is difficult to term them as friendly neighbors. But the recent events have bought them closer!!
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Recently, an outbreak of the Wuhan corona virus in China has caused global concern. It came from a seafood and meat market in Wuhan, China, in December. It has since spread to other countries, including the United States. The market sold live and recently killed animals, which is where the virus originated.Six cities in China have been quarantined because of the corona virus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a global health emergency over a new corona virus that has killed at least 636 people following an outbreak in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.More than 31,000 cases have been reported worldwide, most of them in China's Hubei province. A man from Wuhan died in the Philippines on February 2 and Hong Kong reported its first death on February 4.
One man is recognized as the principal architect of each of these policies: Major General Qassem Soleimani, long-time chief of the Quds Force, a crack special forces battalion of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Although revered in his home country and feared on battlefields across the Middle East, Soleimani remains virtually unknown in the West. Yet to say that today’s Iran cannot be fully understood without first understanding Qassem Soleimani would be a considerable understatement. More than anyone else, Soleimani has been responsible for the creation of an arc of influence—which Iran terms its “Axis of Resistance”—extending from the Gulf of Oman through Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon to the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Today, with Assad’s impending victory in his country’s calamitous civil war, this Iranian alliance has become stable enough that Qassem Soleimani, should he be so minded, could drive his car from Tehran to Lebanon’s border with Israel without being
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The Trump peace plan is a Israeli–Palestinian peace proposal intended to resolve the Israeli–Palestinian conflict being prepared by the US Trump Administration. ... On 22 June 2019, the Trump administration released the economic portion of the plan, titled "Peace to Prosperity". The political portion is yet to be released.The plan would discard the longtime goal of granting the Palestinians a full-fledged state. President Trump called it “a win-win” for both sides
The pace of economic growth has been slowing down sharply due to many factors such as Geopolitical tensions and trade wars Etc. The international economic order is under significant stress, reducing near-term growth prospects and heightening uncertainty about the medium-term outlook. The world best economies are seeing recession and it is a matter of grave concern.
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Mnemonics, which is a Greek word and means the art of memory, is a group of unique strategies that aim information retrieval in the human mind (such as names, numbers, different lists and so on).
Lots of mnemonic techniques have been developed today, which are used by people from different fields but all of them have the same purpose: to memorize information. Taking into consideration that everybody has the problem of remembering something I will introduce here some methods of mnemonics, which you can use in different situations.
Though sometimes the Ancient Greeks in the process of understanding the essence of memory introduced not such real theories about its construction, they realized that two underlying principles ensure perfect memory. These are imagination and associations.
So, how each of them benefits the remembering process?
We always want to memorize what we read, but actually, we don’t succeed, because regardless of our wishes our memory has some peculiarities. For example, one of those peculiarities is that when the information is not interesting for us, our brain considers it useless and sends it deep inside our memory. Let's see how to remember what you read more easily ))
The connection between sleep and memory has interested lots of scientists from different spheres. Though lots of experiments have been carried out about this connection which gave us huge information about these two phenomena many questions remain unanswered for the majority of people. So let's see how these two phenomena are connected to each other.
Memory is one of the most important faculties of the human brain. Due to it we can store a huge amount of information in our brain and reproduce it whenever we want. It is difficult to imagine our life without memory.
We still don't know precisely when and where people started to pay attention to memory, but reputable sources say that the first references of it began in Ancient Greek and went as far back as to the 6th century BC. So what kind of theories about memory existed in ancient times.
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Although they both are major Muslim majority countries and they both follow Islam very strictly. But they fiercely oppose each other. In fact, they consider each other as enemies. Saudi Arabia is more of a Sunni Muslim and Ahle Hadees majority country and Iran is a Shia Muslim country. Saudi Arabia follows a monarch based system while Iran follows the democratic system. But the supreme leader in Iran is above the democratic system and can't be changed. However, who will claim dominance in the Middle East?
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The world dynamics are pretty much changing very swiftly. Many things have happened and are happening that is totally unconventional. The world is going in a different direction. Many countries are fighting to become the greatest power. But in actual which country will be going to become the greatest power?
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