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A set of identical twin boys are both HIV-positive, but one of them is 5 years behind the other in growth and BYU researchers hope that unlocking the ‘why’ will help advance AIDS research in general
Everyone knows about menopause, but perimenopause? It comes early, so Ahram Online interviews an expert to help readers master the art of dealing with it efficiently
Certain types of antidepressants may not work as well in people that take painkillers such as ibuprofen and aspirin, suggests a new study
Ahram Online sheds a light on primary immunodeficiency, the cause of suffering and anxiety for many parents in Egypt
Researchers have found that kidney cancer is not only more common among heavy smokers, it also appears to be more aggressive
Babies exposed to pesticides before birth may have significantly lower intelligence scores by age 7 than children who were not exposed
Diet soda and other artificially-sweetened drinks - previously implicated in raising the chance of developing diabetes - are not guilty, suggests a new study from Harvard University
More than 2 million babies are stillborn every year worldwide and about half could be saved if their mothers had better medical care
With yoga, pilates, and other fitness techniques trending in Egypt, the Zen Conference opens for another successful set of classes on 22 April in Haram, Cairo
Very tight braiding or weaving is linked to hair loss, new research suggests
Studies indicate that certain nutrients in plant foods could be a prominent factor in lowering the high occurrence of cataracts
Regular use of painkillers like aspirin or ibuprofen may reduce the risk of developing colon or rectal cancers
Although Family Medicine is regarded as vital throughout the world, it has been significantly overlooked in Egypt in the past. Ahram Online looks in depth into the importance of this sector of medicine
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People have suffered a drop in income are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety disorders and drug abuse
People who regularly work long hours may be significantly increasing their risk of developing heart disease, the world's biggest killer
When it comes to treating autism, there are still more questions than answers
A study shows that elderly people suffering with hearing loss are more likely to develop dementia
The color dyes used to brighten cereals, snacks and drinks help make some children hyperactive and should be banned or at least carry a warning
Parents of twins may be slightly more likely to get divorced than parents without twins, according to a new study
Add "Facebook depression" to potential harms linked with social media, an influential doctors' group warns, referring to a condition it says may affect troubled teens who obsess over the online site
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