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Chris van Heerden
Chris van Heerden is a South African professional boxer and a former IBO welterweight champion. In today's conversation—we dive into the mindset required to compete at the world's highest level of boxing.
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WIFE-BEATING' TO REMIND HER SHE 'MISBEHAVED'
Shiite Imam Bassem Al-Sheraa said in a class he taught at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit, Michigan that when the Quran refers to beating one's wife, it is referring to a beating that does not cause pain and that should be done using a sewak dental twig. He explained that the purpose of the "beating" is to clarify and remind the wife that she has misbehaved, and that it is only to be done when verbal admonishment and forsaking her in bed have been ineffective in getting her to change her ways. Imam Al-Sheraa compared the "beating" to slapping the hand of one's child when he reaches to touch an electrical socket or eat something dangerous. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbUhJVIP1xI
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The life cycle of a t-shirt
We sell and buy 2 billion t-shirts globally every year. But how and where is the average t-shirt made, and what’s its environmental impact?
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Who Will Win The 2018 Varsity Match Game?
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Rewriting History in the Philippines
In 1986, there was a popular uprising against the corrupt and brutal regime of President Ferdinand Marcos. The then dictator was responsible for the imposition of martial law in the Philippines. Recently his supporters have been exploiting social media to spread fake news as his family stages a political comeback. Howard Johnson has been looking at the false messages and the efforts to counter them.https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-46185620/rewriting-history-in-the-philippines-and-the-fight-for-the-truth?ns_mchannel=social&ns_source=facebook&ns_campaign=bbcnews&ocid=socialflow_facebook
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The future of eyecare
Innovative new eye drops could soon do the trick, restoring your eyesight to 20/20 without any invasive procedures. Researchers have created eye drops, called Nano-Drops, that correct eyesight problems using something called nanotechnology. The field of nanotechnology involves creating and manipulating materials that are miniscule in size. https://theweek.com/articles/763909/nano-eye-drops-could-make-glasses-contacts-obsolete
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Japanese asked to cry for better mental health
An increasing number of schools and companies in Japan are encouraging their students and employees to cry as a way of relieving stress and improving mental health. According to experts, tears of sadness and happiness are believed to reduce stress, as the act of crying relaxes autonomic nerves by stimulating parasympathetic nerve activity. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/10/13/national/social-issues/crying-drawing-attention-japanese-schools-companies-mental-detox/#.W9p2_BMzbpA