A specialist in aquaculture reveals the best fish for human health.. and explains the reason • Al Marsad Newspaper

Dr. Maysar Abu Al-Rish, assistant professor of aquaculture at the College of Marine Sciences, King Abdulaziz University, explained the difference between sea fish and aquaculture, and which is better for human health. Abu Al-Rish said, during an interview with the “Yahla” program, that the fish that are raised in farms globally are better than those … Read more

Clarification from the Food and Drug Administration regarding the toxic substance present in cinnamon and its effect on human health

Al-Marsad Newspaper: The Food and Drug Authority in Saudi Arabia stated, through its official account on the “Twitter” website, that there are two types of cinnamon, namely Ceylon Cinnamon and Cassia Cinnamon. The authority pointed out that it is allowed to use both types. The second type, Cassia Cinnamon, is the most widely used in … Read more

An Egyptian resident in Riyadh denounces the distortion of the landscape of a park with visitors’ waste • Al-Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad newspaper: An Egyptian citizen residing in Riyadh expressed his dissatisfaction with the spread of waste in a park in the Khalidiya neighborhood, by some families gathering to spend time with their families, sending a message to them saying: “Clean up your place.” The Egyptian citizen, through his account on the micro-blogging platform “Twitter”, appealed … Read more

Can human waste on Mars be considered artifacts? (video)

NASA published last year Video of the Mars rover Perseverance descending by parachute after a 505 million kilometer journey. but who What NASA didn’t tell us was that while its spacecraft was landing safely on the Red Planet, it was throwing heat shields, parachutes, nets, and other “space junk” all over the ancient riverbed. Currently, … Read more

Human exploration of Mars left more than 15,000 pounds of rubbish on its surface

Daily Mail Scientific exploration has left more than 15,000 pounds of equipment on Mars in the past 50 years, even though humans have yet to set foot on the Red Planet. The equipment includes discarded instruments, inactive spacecraft and those that crashed to the surface. There is a lot of speculation about when humans will … Read more