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Top 10 Things to Know Before Traveling to Iran
Iran is blessed with a history of 7000 years. For anyone wishing to travel & explore the history of Asia, Iran is the place to travel & visit as it bears marks of almost all important historical events, from the rise of the Medians and Achaemenids to the Arab conquest of the region. The years along the ups and downs of the history have seen this country grow to a vastness of 5.5 million square kilometers under the Achaemenids, and shrink to the present size. Every city in Iran comes a long way down the line of history and has a story to tell. Today there are 23 registered UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iran, from bazaars to palaces, temples and mosques, as well as natural heritages.
Five things you didn’t know about Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a common eye condition where the optic nerve becomes damaged. It usually occurs as a result of fluid building up in the front part of the eye, which increases pressure inside the eye. If the condition is left untreated or not treated early enough it can lead to loss of vision.
Five things you should know about extinction crisis
The world is in the midst of an extinction crisis, with plants and animals being lost at a rate not seen since the demise of the dinosaurs.
Three things that have gone wrong for Man Utd
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho suffered the heaviest home defeat of his coaching career as Tottenham Hotspur won 3-0 at Old Trafford on Monday to deepen an early-season crisis for the Red Devils.
Three simple things you can do to help achieve longevity
How to live longer is an age old question which many people wish they knew the answer to.
Strange things happen when a crystal gets split in two
The remarkable strength of ionic crystals is easily explained at the atomic scale: Positively and negatively charged atoms sit side by side in a periodic arrangement that repeats countless times. The strong electrostatic force in between keeps them together.
Good education might improve memory but won’t stop you forgetting things
A higher level of education might give you a better memory but it does not slow the rate of its decline, a study found.
Five things you can do to help environment
This year's Earth Day (April 22) saw people around the world come together to campaign for the protection of the environment.

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