Hijabi and pregnant? Check out these outfits!
Being a mother is amazing, and you value this experience with every cell from your body. On the other hand, it can also be frustrating, especially when you don’t know what clothes to wear. You need something that will offer you enough freedom to move, but at the same time look good on your body that is completely changed. Of course, being a Hijabi is another element that makes
Not enough hotels cater to Muslim travellers
More Muslims are travelling, but there is a lack of accommodation and trained hotel staff catering to them, according to industry experts at the Global Islamic Economy Summit on Wednesday. In 2015, Muslim visitor arrivals were estimated at 117 million, representing 10 per cent of the entire travel economy.
Muslim Council of Britain to set up alternative counter-terror scheme
 British Muslims are planning to set up their own programme to stop people becoming terrorists in a direct challenge to the government’s controversial Prevent scheme, the Guardian has learned. The plans are being masterminded by the Muslim Council of
A Muslim Woman Is Documenting All The Strange And Wonderful Places Muslims Pray
Doesn’t matter if you’re on a basketball court, at the mall, or studying at the library — any place is a good place to pray. Six years ago, Sana Ullah went up on a mountain to pray. The young Muslim woman,
The Real Power Couples
What comes to your mind when you hear the word "power couple"? Most likely, it is a famous celebrity/athlete couple which regularly graces the covers of supermarket tabloids. It could be a couple that has its own reality show, which displays the problems of its dysfunctional families on TV
Living with diabetes: Top five ways to lower blood sugar levels!
Being diagnosed with diabetes or knowing someone who’s suffering from the disease can take a toll on your emotional well-being. The fact is that diabetes is a disease that affects the whole family, especially when a child is diagnosed.   Although diabetes is a life-long disease and has no cure it can be managed. Balancing the food you eat, exercising regularly and taking medication (if prescribed) can help you control your weight as well as keep blood sugar in the healthy range. Here are a few tips that can help control blood sugar: Diet – Diet plays a key role in diabetes
Instilling Modesty in Children (Part 1)
Our daughters should dress like proud followers of Lady Fatima! Children's fashion is a billion dollar market with movie stars and other media figures endorsing the latest and hippest trends. Not only is there more emphasis on name brands
Blogger & Medical Scientist Creates (Hijarbie) Doll To Foster Positive Awareness For Muslim Girls
It’s hard to imagine that with the lengths Mattel are going to, to give Barbie a makeover that is more relevant to the current culture of girls, women and female empowerment, they would miss an opportunity for diverse representation. Alas, that
Spooky Calzone Snake-Halloween's Savory Side Is A Total Scream
Ingredients Dough: 1 teaspoon white sugar 1 cup warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C) 1 (.25 ounce) package active dry yeast 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt 3 cups all-purpose flour, divided   Filling: 1 cup ricotta cheese 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese 1/4 cup
Scientists say they've identified the physical source of depression in the brain
The region of the brain that serves as the physical source of feelings of depression has been identified, with new MRI data being the latest evidence to show that depression isn’t just a ‘frame of mind’. Scientists have scanned the brains of more than 900 people, and the results suggest that feelings of loss and low self-esteem are tied to the functioning of the orbitofrontal cortex – a region of the brain associated with sensory integration, expectation, and decision-making. “Our finding, with the combination of big data we collected around the world and our novel methods, enables us to locate the