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Tuesday, 23 May 2017
The Breast Cancer Foundation of Egypt is training 40 young medical students from 21 govornorates to communicate with a broad spectrum of society and shed light on beast cancer issues
Manufacturers and fans of these products claim they are as safe as caffeine, but there is little evidence to support that claim
WHO is hoping to wipe out malaria by 2040
Children of mothers who never used cell phones while pregnant had a lower risk of behavioral and emotional problems
Viral hepatitis killed 1.34 million people in 2015
The study gives evidence of the toxic effects of tobacco smoke in the genes of the leukemia cell
Epidemics have been reported in at least 70 countries
Among the already approved medical uses for Botox are chronic migraine, overactive bladder, severe underarm sweating, eyelid spasms and limb spasticity
The research covers some 8,700 babies in countries including Germany, Denmark, Japan, Canada, Italy, the Netherlands and Britain.
Anorexia nervosa is an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat. In Celiac disease, consumption of the gluten protein leads to damage of the small intestine
Glaucoma is one of the top causes of blindness, but awareness on it is scant, new global survey reveals
Friday, 7 April, will see Egyptians highlight Autism awareness by donning blue and running alongside the world famous Pyramids of Giza
Overweight and obesity is associated with a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease
Since its launch in 1969, "Sesame Street" has tackled issues such as divorce, disability, race
The new drug , Lutathera reduced the risk of disease progression compared to standard care by 80 percent.
Egyptian experts and advocates say that many prevalent rare diseases in Egypt are easily confused with more common illnesses
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