Why Do They Hate Me?

Feeling Bad Because They Hate You? Since we don’t live in a perfect world it makes a lot of sense that not everyone will love you. In such a world you will make enemies just as you make friends and there will be people who hate you as much as their will be people who…

What are the best foods for heart health?

  Heart disease is still the number one killer in the United States. In this Spotlight, we outline 16 foods that, when consumed as part of a well-rounded diet, might help to keep your heart healthy. There are many things you can do to help keep your heart healthy and disease-free. You can schedule an…

Muslims have to be as exceptional as Mo Salah not to be discriminated against

‘You’re different from the other Asians/Muslims,’ or ‘wow, you’ve really broken the mold,’ are just some of the things I’ve had said to me by well-intentioned people. Such statements are designed to praise the work you’ve done for earning your place at the table, for going over and beyond what many, it seems, might have…

Mo Salah is the gate of glory

Liverpool face Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League final on Saturday night as the European football season draws to a close with an all-Premier League tussle. Runners-up last term, the Reds are back to contest their ninth final in the competition and are seeking to win the European Cup for the sixth time. Spurs make…

What does it mean when your poop is stringy?

Stringy poop is when stool appears thin or narrow, often resembling strips of ribbon. Doctors may link it to temporary, nonserious causes, such as poor diet, or it could be a sign of an underlying condition or disease. While it is natural for stool to vary in appearance and consistency, poop that frequently appears stringy…

This common food additive may fuel weight gain, diabetes

Food additives are a mainstay of Western diets. New research shows how a commonly used anti-mold agent alters sugar metabolism and drives insulin resistance in mice and men. Obesity and type 2 diabetes have reached epidemic levels, with nearly 40 percent of adults in the United States classed as obese and, as of 2015, 9.4…