When it Comes to Choosing a Mate - Opposites Really Do Attract When it comes to choosing a mate, opposites really do attract, according to a Brazilian study that found people are subconsciously more likely to choose a partner whose genetic make-up is different to their own. They found evidence that married couples are more likely to have genetic differences in a DNA region governing the immune system than were randomly matched pairs.
Photoclub Mogadishu: children in Somalia offer a snapshot of lives overshadowed by war – video  Two decades of conflict have made Somalia one of the world's worst places to grow up, with the voices and opinions of children seldom heard. Unicef Somalia teamed up with photographer Kate Holt to give nearly 1,000 children the chance to learn how to take photographs that provide an insight into their world
Regular cups of caffeinated coffee can increase the chances of surviving bowel cancer, research has shown.A study of nearly 1,000 treated patients found that those who consumed four or more cups of coffee a day were 42% less likely to see their cancer return than non-coffee drinkers.They were also 33% less likely to die from cancer or any other cause.
Allah abuurkiisa marka aad fiirisid, aragtid ama ku fikirtid waxaad garan kartaa ama dareemi kartaa awoodiisa xooga badan oo aan lahyn wax lagu qiyaaso ama lagu matilo. Wax kasta ama shay kasta oo aduunyada ku sugan  ALLAH uma abuurin micno daro,  waxay ku fadhiyaan micno weyn oo waxtar leh.