Thursday, June 20, 2024


The promotion of Afghanistan national futsal team to the World Cup

Today, Afghanistan's national futsal team managed to advance to the World Cup for the first time with a 5-3 victory over Kyrgyzstan. Today, the Afghanistan national futsal team played against the Kyrgyzstan national team...


Long working hours and its effect on health in old age

Research shows that working too much when young increases the risk of depression and illness in old age. Plos One...

What is the main cause of constant runny nose?

Experts say that if your runny nose does not stop after the end of winter diseases and spring seasonal...

The best ways to lose weight


Student admission rules in Canada have changed

Mark Milner, Canada's immigration minister, announced that based on the evaluations, the minimum cost of living in this country is $21,000. According to him, some of these provisions, such as labor rights laws, are also...

These cities are the most expensive cities to live in

According to reports, affordability has become a crisis in the world. Singapore and Zurich are among the cities that demand a lot of living expenses. As in previous years, Singapore is at the top of...

US State Department: Afghan citizens living in the US can bring their family members...

The US State Department announced that Afghan citizens who have US citizenship can now request to invite their family members to this country by registering a request. According to this ministry, the process of issuing...

List of the most valid passports in the world in 2023

In the last 5 years, Japan was able to occupy the first place in the list of the strongest passports in the world, but now and in 2023, it is not the case, and...


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The human brain becomes bigger over time

Researchers have recently discovered that the human brain may become larger over time. These are the results of a recent study that could help...

Familiarity with 7 important medical advances in 2023

Medical science has made great strides in 2023. These advances include the development of vaccines and new drugs that can be useful for the...

Increasing global warming with human breathing!

New research suggests that human breathing may exacerbate global warming. According to new researches, humans remove some methane and nitrogen oxide from their body through...

Nostradamus’ disturbing prophecies for 2024

16th-century French astrologer Nostradamus' predictions for the New Year 2024 include famine and more wars in Prince Harry's kingdom. The New York Post wrote that...
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