Daily Archives: April 18, 2010

Light At Night Disrupts Cell Cycle And Transcription Of Genes Linked To Cancer

Written by: Catharine Paddock, PhD Research published online recently suggests that the presence of artificial light at night disrupts the circadian cycle of cell division and affects transcription levels of genes that are associated with the formation of cancerous tumors … Continue reading

Posted in Health

Flavours from India to East Africa intermingle in Muscat

When my family and I visited Muscat, the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, we were impressed with the beauty of the country and its magnificent scenery. Situated in mountainous area that overlooks the beautiful Gulf of Oman, Muscat was … Continue reading

Posted in Foodalicious

Health Minister Underlined Nursery Sector Improvement.

Syria’s Minister of Health Dr. Rida Said underlined the importance of training and rehabilitations programs as to improve nursery sector in Syria. Distributing graduation certificates to students participating in the preparation course for the Bridging Program between the Ministry of … Continue reading

Posted in Aga Khan Development

IIS: Khilaf and Authority between the Buyid and Safawid periods

Institute of Ismaili Studies Khilaf and Authority between the Buyid and Safawid periods Tuesday 27th April 2010 – 3pm  Dr Andrew J Newman Reader in Islamic Studies and Persian, Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, The University of Edinburgh. … Continue reading

Posted in Institute of Ismaili Studies, Seminars/Workshops

Ignorance of heart condition, cause of cardiac deaths

LACK of knowledge by many people on the condition of the heart has been described as one of the factors that lead to the increase of cardiac deaths. Dr Mustaafa Bapumia told the ‘Sunday News’ during a free medical camp … Continue reading

Posted in Health