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Don't ignore irregular heartbeatsDon't ignore irregular heartbeats by Ovi Magazine Guest
14 December 2021
Atrial fibrillation (also called AFib or AF) is a quivering or irregular heartbeat that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications. (Add a comment)
International Day for Older PersonsInternational Day for Older Persons by The Ovi Team
14 December 2021
On 14 December 1990, the United Nations General Assembly (by resolution 45/106) designated 1 October the International Day of Older Persons. This was preceded by initiatives such as the Vienna International Plan of Action... (Add a comment)
AntySaurus Prick 21#24AntySaurus Prick 21#24 by Thanos Kalamidas
14 December 2021
Dino is a vegetarian virgin dinosaur and his best friend is Anty, a carnivorous nymphomaniac ant. They call themselves the AntySaurus Prick and they are still here waiting for the comet to come! (Add a comment)
The birth of quantum theoryThe birth of quantum theory by The Ovi Team
14 December 2021
December 14th 1900; German physicist Max Planck publishes his groundbreaking study of the effect of radiation on a "blackbody" substance, and the quantum theory of modern physics is born. (2 comments)
The 'Modi-fied' Indian democracy is a threat not only to its religious minorities but also to its neighborsThe 'Modi-fied' Indian democracy is a threat not only to its religious minorities but also to its neighbors by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
13 December 2021
Indian democracy has always been majoritarian since its first day as a republic. As a matter of fact the trend has its roots in the pre-partition days of Congress leadership that did not allow for an inclusive democracy in which... (Add a comment)
Tell this to your sonTell this to your son by Shola Balogun
13 December 2021
And when I am gone, Remember how I wished you tell this to your son That he should read not my lines (Add a comment)
Talcott Parsons and the Promise of TransdiscipliarityTalcott Parsons and the Promise of Transdiscipliarity by Rene Wadlow
13 December 2021
Talcott Parsons (13 December 1902 - 8 May 1979) was a leading US sociologist usually considered a member of the structural-functional analysis school. (Add a comment)
Ephemera 21#31Ephemera 21#31 by Thanos Kalamidas
13 December 2021
Ephemera: a word with ancient Greek roots meaning "something that is produced or created that is never meant to last or be remembered". (Add a comment)
World Violin DayWorld Violin Day by The Ovi Team
13 December 2021
World Violin day is celebrated on 13th of December every year. Just twelve days before Christmas. So, World Violin day is the Christmas Seasons celebrations as well that take place across the world and in these celebrations violin plays a very vital role. (Add a comment)
Laurens van der Post: Memories, Dreams, ReflectionsLaurens van der Post: Memories, Dreams, Reflections by Rene Wadlow
13 December 2021
Laurens van der Post (1906-1996) whose birth anniversary we mark on 13 December was an Afrikaner, South African writer but who wrote in English. Deeply influenced by his friendship with the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung, van der Post could also call (Add a comment)
Saddam Hussein capturedSaddam Hussein captured by The Ovi Team
13 December 2021
December 13th 2003; after spending nine months on the run, former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is captured on this day in 2003. Saddam's downfall began on March 20, 2003, when the United States led an invasion force... (Add a comment)
Backing Horses: Australia's Solomon Islands InterventionBacking Horses: Australia's Solomon Islands Intervention by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
12 December 2021
The history of humanitarian or policing missions is a history of taking sides, disruptive partiality and the forfeiture of the very object powers claim when intervening in another country. (Add a comment)
The tall man, the thin man, the dark man, the sad manThe tall man, the thin man, the dark man, the sad man by Abigail George
12 December 2021
The sea's green eyes watch me with care. I have to get my soul out of here, the river is here now swallowing me whole, meta lost in translation. (Add a comment)
Poor working conditions are causing almost 3 million deaths per yearPoor working conditions are causing almost 3 million deaths per year by Ovi Magazine Guest
12 December 2021
An estimated 3 million people die globally per year due to concomitant diseases or workplace accidents. When thinking about such events, the first thing that comes to mind might be construction sites or hazardous jobs... (Add a comment)
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