Last Update 10:50
Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Time to lower your expectations
Pakistan has some 163,000 HIV and AIDS patients, of whom only 25,000 are registered
Players in the “center” zone, which is centrally located and directly in front of the goal, had the highest rate of head impacts
1919 in Egypt was as much about the hallmark chocolate brand Corona as political revolution, writes Dina Ezzat, in search of a taste that has lasted 100 years
Activists say drug companies should be obliged to disclose how much their products actually cost to design and make.
For the last days of Ramadan and after the end of the month-long Muslim fast, Tabali is a destination to consider
As the fashion industry aims to tighten up its ethical guidelines.
No one should underestimate the mood swings in patients with low visual acuity
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)is the leading genetic cause of death in infants
WHO says poor vaccination coverage is causing measles outbreaks globally
The new study sheds light on how smoking influences the risk of a second stroke in patients who already had one
Ahram Online talks with renowned Egyptian chef El-Sherbini about his cooking, ethics in the kitchen, and his delicious, mouth-watering recipes
The “anti-evolution” project will re-focus on turning cancer into a disease controllable with drugs for many years
First guideline recommendations for preventing cognitive decline by WHO
Nespoli’s story, as he told it to Ahram Online, is one 'of fascination and determination; of hope that is stopped at no limits, and of chasing one’s dreams way beyond the skies above'
Elevated tau levels found in some concussed former athletes were associated with signs of damage to brain-cell connection bundles
Why are doctors prone to committing suicide in some countries?
A host of national and international medical experts discussed new and old problems of women’s reproductive health in a two-day conference in Cairo
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