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33-year-old mother of two wins Miss Germany title in revamped contest

A 33-year-old mother of two was crowned Miss Germany in a revamped contest which organisers say focused on a woman's conviction and personality rather than her looks, ditching the classic swimsuit walk. Dressed in a black trousersuit, Anja Kallenbach, already Miss Thuringia, prevailed against the

Causes of quarrels in marriage

Disagreements in marriage are one of the features of life in general, but it is necessary to resolve these marital disputes as soon as possible, as studies indicate that differences in marriage have a devastating effect on health in general, and even lead to severe cases of depression and eating d

Will lead the first spacecraft to land on Mars ... Who is Farah Ali?

After nearly 10 years of working in space, NASA is preparing to land the first spacecraft on the surface of Mars, led by a young engineer entrusted with the task of command. Farah Ali Bay, 33, a Canadian engineer of Madagascar origins, will be the first responsible for the mission of directing NA

Poor diet in pregnancy can lead to child obesity, say researchers

Children born to mothers who eat a lot of processed foods packed with sugar and salt face an increased risk of obesity late in childhood, researchers said on Monday. "Children born to mothers who eat a low-quality diet — high in inflammation-associated foods — during pregnancy may be

3 herbal solutions for hair loss

Three natural supplements have been shown to prevent the causes of androgenic alopecia, also known as pattern baldness. Androgenic alopecia is one of the main causes of hair loss. According to Harvard Health, androgenic alopecia involves the action of hormones called androgens, which are essentia

Prepare your hair before styling it

Preparing hair a great look is challenging. In all the excitement of looking your best, one loses grasp of reality and tends to go over the top, which can be unappealing. Agnes Chen, Technical Head, Streax Professional, lists down some tips to keep in mind while prepping your hair for a special o

Sarah Al Amiri named in Time’s 2021 List of Next 100 Most Influential People

Sarah Al Amiri, Minister of State for Advanced Technology and Chairwoman of the UAE Space Agency, has been named as one of Time’s 2021 list of the Next 100 Most Influential People in the World for successfully leading the UAE’s Hope Probe into Mars’ orbit, in the first-ever Arab

Unhealthy nutrition can put you at risk of developing gestational diabetes

The German magazine "Elttern" concerned with the family and the child, published a medical report warning pregnant women against unhealthy diet, as the report indicated that unhealthy nutrition makes pregnant women more susceptible to gestational diabetes, as unhealthy diet is one of the factors i

Maintain good oral hygiene to avoid falling sick

It’s not just your smile that matters. Your overall oral health is as important. Like other areas of the body, your mouth teems with bacteria — and those bacteria are mostly harmless. But your mouth is the entry point to your digestive and respiratory tracts, and some of these bacte

The lady of the White House celebrates Valentine's Day early and sends surprising messages to the American people

White House First Lady Jill Biden, wife of the new US President, Joe Biden, erected figures in the shape of hearts with sentences written on it, which Gill's office said was her "surprise Valentine's Day messages to the country." Reporters early Friday noticed some new holograms in the northern l

During the third trimester of pregnancy, sleep on your back

Pregnancy is accompanied by many disturbing symptoms, and in the last trimester of pregnancy it becomes more difficult to sleep for the pregnant woman, as the size of the abdomen increases, and the back and joint pain increases, which makes searching for a comfortable sleeping position not easy.

Kuwaiti women launch their own #MeToo movement

Women in Kuwait are defying conservative norms and a culture of "shame" to speak out against harassment for the first time, in a social media campaign sparked by a popular fashion blogger. Dozens of testimonies about being stalked, harassed or assaulted have emerged online, focused on the Instagr

Night-time cardiac arrest higher in women than men, says new study

Women are more likely than men to suffer sudden death due to cardiac arrest during night-time hours, a new study suggests. The study, published in the journal Heart Rhythm, says 25.4 per cent of females studied suffered cardiac arrest at night as compared to 20.6 per cent of their male counterpar

UN presses Somalia to outlaw FGM

The United Nations on Saturday reiterated its call for Somalia's government to pass legislation to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the country, Anadolu Agency reports. "FGM is a harmful practice that scars girls and women and endangers their health for life depriv

Eating grapes may protect against sunburn, UV damage to skin

Eating grapes can help protect against sunburn and ultraviolet (UV) skin damage and natural components found in the fruits known as polyphenols are thought to be responsible for these beneficial effects, according to a new study, reports IANS. The results published in the Journal of the American

Michelle Obama to release new edition of best-selling memoir ‘Becoming’

Michelle Obama has announced plans to release a new edition of her best-selling memoir, Becoming, for young readers. “Being honest about who I am and sharing my story in Becoming was one of the most freeing experiences of my life,” the former First Lady wrote on Instagram in a post an

Learn about the effect of iron deficiency in women

Iron is an essential element with important functions such as oxygen transport, DNA synthesis, and muscle metabolism. Iron deficiency is the main cause of anemia, and it is the most prevalent nutritional deficiency worldwide, according to the World Health Organization, affecting 33 percent of non-

First woman elected head of Muslim Council of Britain

The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has elected Zara Mohammed as the first female secretary-general in its history.The 29-year-old Scot replaced Harun Khan following the end of his four-year term, after a poll of the MCB’s affiliate organizations.Mohammed won 64 percent of the vote against h