Apart from adhering to the numerous other injunctions regarding nutrition (such as moderation, eating according to Sunnah etiquette, eating only Halaal, etc.), Islam also enjoins the importance of a good, balanced diet. “O Messengers! Eat of the wholesome things and perform virtuous deeds” the Qur’an orders…..
Category: Islamic Medicine
It should be clear that one of the major purposes of marriage in Islam is procreation, as it is the divinely appointed method of propagating human species on the face of the earth. Furthermore, Islam considers children as a source of blessing. The Prophet, therefore, exhorted his people to “marry and procreate.”
Among the valid reasons for birth planning are the fear that the new pregnancy or a new baby might harm a previous suckling child due to frequent pregnancy and the fear that the pregnancy or delivery might endanger the life or health of the mother..
Uncircumcised boys are about 10 times as likely to get serious kidney infections in the first year of life as are circumcised infants; even in adults circumcision protects against UTIs….
Women whose sexual partners are circumcised are less likely to develop cervical cancer than the partners of uncircumcised men, concludes a report out today…
Q: 1) What is cloning? A. Cloning is the production of two or more beings that are complete genetic copies of each other…..
Q:1) Is skin grafting permissible in Islam? A: Yes, it is permissible subject to the fulfilment of certain conditions………
Q: 1) What importance Islam gives to personal cleanliness?
A: Islam attaches great importance to cleanliness. This is clearly apparent in Islamic legislation which makes ablution and bathing a duty. Islam also requires to wash our hands before and after meals, and to wash our clothes to purify them. All these obligations are related to individual…….