Which toilet is best for our health

The flush toilet was first invented in the late 16th century by Sir John Harington.  But it was only during the 19th century that seated toilets became available for mass use. Read More »

A tour of the most expensive hotel room in the world

An art collection worth $10 million. A theater that can sit 52 people and a bar equipped with 17 stools. A butler and chauffeur available 24 hours a day. In typical Las Vegas fashion, a new suite for high-rollers in the Palms Casino Resort on the Strip is all about the numbers. And we haven’t even gotten to the price. ... Read More »

14 Important advice from child psychologists to parents

 Parents often believe they are thinking only of their children without realizing the power of their own unconscious experience and its impact on how they raise their kids.”I think parents often don’t realize how their own emotions, thoughts, feelings, and overall ‘stuff’ significantly impacts their decisions and perspectives,” said Shuli Sandler, a psychologist. Read More »

The 21st Cinema Celebration

The final – and most exciting – red carpet of the awards season is upon us: the Oscars. Before the attention turns to who wore what- and, crucially, who wore it best – A-list stylists Elizabeth Saltzman, Law Roach and Ilaria Urbinati tell Vogue about the styling secrets and behind-the-scenes deals that go into creating those spotlight-worthy Oscar looks. Read More »

Age Gaps and Marriage

Sara Sufiani and her husband have a 28 year age difference. Are you flirting with someone older than you? Or are you annoyed with people saying you’re “robbing the cradle”? How much do age differences matter in dating?There’s no doubt that age gaps can be a point of stress for couples. Even established couples might have to deal with social ... Read More »

Bad Habits That Could Actually Be Good for You

A messy work desk or bedroom is often perceived as a sign of being disorganized. However, recent research published in Psychological Science by Kathleen Vohs and colleagues at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management, suggests that being messy can boost creativity. Vohs and her team carried out a number of experiments for the paper, “Physical order produces healthy ... Read More »

Music festival in Baghdad

Hundreds of  teenagers clapped along exuberantly to techno beats pumping across a makeshift dance hall on Friday night (Aug 16), a scene their capital had not witnessed in decades. Neon red, yellow and white stage lights helped transform the basketball court in the People’s Stadium in central part of town into a club for the “Summer Festival”, the first celebration ... Read More »

Iranian Psychologists and Top 5 Psychology Fields

According to, psychology is the study of behavior and the mind. The mind is highly complex, and conditions that relate to it can be hard to treat. Thought processes, emotions, memories, dreams, perceptions, and so on cannot be seen physically, like a skin rash or heart defect. A person with a condition that affects their mental health can benefit ... Read More »

Iranian Dentists and Dental Health Problems

According to, oral health touches every aspect of our lives but is often taken for granted. Your mouth is a window into the health of your body. Many people believe that they need to see an Iranian dentist only if they are in pain or think something is wrong, but regular dental visits can contribute to a lifetime of ... Read More »

Finding a Good Iranian Doctor

According to, one of the most prestigious and highly praised professions is medicine. Medical profession is the practice of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. The purpose of medicine is to serve the community by continually improving health, health care, and quality of life for the individuals and the population by the effective use of resources. In addition to ... Read More »