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The initiative aims to promote cycling in Egypt as a healthy and sustainable transportation alternative
Growing up in an environment devoid of all exposures to animals and allergens increases risk of developing allergic disease
HPV is one of the common sexually transmitted diseases
The study cannot explain why a fright or severe illness might lead to rapid graying, but it may provide insights into the skin condition vitiligo
WHO said only 1 percent or less of calories should be from transfats, commonly found in baked and fried foods, processed foods and cooking oils.
Ahram Online discusses revolutionary healthcare approaches with Finland's permanent secretary for social affairs and health
One habit looms large : There is no question that avoidance of smoking is a top priority
Major depression affects around 14 percent of people worldwide and is the biggest contributor to long-term disability in the general population
Researchers found reduced conception rates and increased pregnancy losses among women exposed to the highest levels of five types of air pollution.
In a medical first, a French surgeon says he has performed a second face transplant on the same patient
To lose weight, or just avoid gaining it, pasta is not one of the harmful carbs that needs to be sacrificed, researchers say
It’s the biggest win so far for immunotherapy, which has had much of its success until now in less common cancers
Dry eye, which causes pain and vision problems, is more common in women and with age, and is related to inflammation.
And can sometimes lead to stroke
A severe brain injury increased the risk of later dementia by 35 percent compared with a person who never had brain trauma. A mild brain injury increased the risk by 17 percent
The world is set for a warming of three degrees Celsius or more above pre-industrial times,far above a goal of keeping a rise in temperatures “well below” 2C under the 2015 Paris Agreement among almost 200 nations.
The initiative uses the arts to raise awareness about the disease
WHO’s cancer agency moved coffee off the “possible carcinogen” list two years ago, though it says evidence is insufficient to rule out any possible role.
There are few recreational activities for women in the densely-populated enclave of two million people
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