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Saturday, 25 May 2019
Children with all four signs of poor oral health were 95 percent more likely to develop a type of artery damage
Babies of fathers who smoked when mothers were pregnant had a 74 percent higher risk of heart defects
While deaths became less common during the study period,aggregate childhood disability increased 4.7 percent
For two days, Ain Shams University's Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics will hold its annual conference with high profile participation from leading international experts
Egyptian students fight pollution by calling for the recycling of dead plants
A list of 50 potential myths
Sharing global stories of unparalleled human spirit fighting back from the darkest places
Media companies have heavily invested in kids’ content as they build new digital businesses to court consumers directly
Egypt is engaged in an ambitious campaign to ensure the health of 100 million people by stamping out infection with the hepatitis C virus, writes Rasha Gaddah
For most women 40 to 49 years old, the potential harms of screening mammograms outweigh the possible benefits
Mai Samih talks to representatives of the Fund for Drug Control and the Treatment of Addiction about its work on combating drug addiction inside and outside Egypt
The Ministry of Health and Population has completed the second phase of a campaign aimed at eliminating intestinal parasites in school children aged 6-12
children conceived by IVF were 17 percent more likely to develop cancer
Poor diet is responsible for more deaths than any other risk factor in the world
Those who drank a lot of tea and liked it very hot had double the risk for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma compared to those who drank cooler tea and less tea
The system, dubbed “Superpower Glass,” helps them decipher what’s happening with people around them
Women on average were diagnosed when they were about four years older than the age at which the conditions were recognized in men
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