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Coronavirus has been most dangerous for the elderly and those with underlying health conditions
Smokers may leave their cigarettes outside, but they can still bring a host of hazardous smoke-related chemicals clinging to their clothes indoors
Sir Magdi Yacoub sheds light on pulmonary hypertension in Egypt
Corona pales into insignificance compared to heart disease, cancer, road accidents, suicide or homicide
About 3.4% of confirmed cases of COVID-19 have died, far above seasonal flu’s fatality rate of under 1%, but the novel coronavirus can be contained, the World Health Organization (WHO) said
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned of a global shortage and price gouging for protective equipment to fight coronavirus and asked companies to increase production by 40%
Those who eat a lot of mercury-containing seafood might be at increased risk for skin cancer, suggests a study
As a new coronavirus spreads quickly around the world, health officials say they are “aggressively” assessing how long it can survive on surfaces to better understand the risk of transmission
A growing number of discharged coronavirus patients in China and elsewhere are testing positive after recovering, sometimes weeks after being allowed to leave the hospital, which could make the epidemic harder to eradicate.
What we know about the disease it causes and how it spreads
Measles can infect the appendix, the liver and the membranes protecting the brain in people who are not fully immunized against the virus, a new report confirms
The term “super-spreader” implies that a particular person may be inherently more able than others to pass on disease
New parents who obsessively clean their homes to protect babies from germs might want to relax a bit
People who eat lots of miso and other fermented soy products may get to enjoy them for a long time, according to a Japanese study that links eating these foods with a lower risk of premature death
In Egypt, 14 percent of children in rural areas and 34 percent of children in urban areas use the Internet regularly, mainly social media
The cost in Egypt would be about $876,825,000 and Sudan $274,765,000 yearly
People who eat an egg a day are no more likely than those who rarely eat eggs to have high cholesterol, heart attacks and strokes or to die prematurely
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