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Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Scientists have analyzed it to figure out how the world’s deadliest malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans
Measles is staging a devastating comeback in epidemics across the world as the virus exploits dangerous gaps in vaccination coverage, World Health Organization (WHO) experts
Children with autism who take supplements of vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids may have fewer symptoms than kids who don’t, a research review suggests
Seven Egyptian Designers at the 2019 Paris Design Week
Lilianne Issa talks about environment awareness as part of the evolution of the century-old patisserie business
Scientists who gave fruit flies a triple drug combination treatment and found that it extended their lives by almost 50% say their work offers clues on how to fight aging in people
FIFA and the World Health Organization (WHO) agreed to work together to ensure tobacco-free environments at stadiums and to promote healthy lifestyles through football
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday it found “unacceptable levels” of a cancer-causing impurity in the popular heartburn drug Zantac and its generic versions known chemically as ranitidine
Doctors have ruled out one diagnosis as a probable explanation of how vaping harms the lungs, further deepening the mystery over the exact cause of hundreds of illnesses
A training forum named 'My Son' discussed modern, creative ways of bringing up children
The brisk early hours of 25 October will witness the highly anticipated upcoming Alexandria full marathon.
Cutting back on red and processed meat brings few if any health benefits, according to a review of evidence drawn from millions of people
People in certain occupations have a three-times-higher risk of type 2 diabetes compared to those in other jobs
In disappointing news for chocolate lovers, researchers have found that contrary to an earlier report, eating dark chocolate will not improve your vision.
Children who grow up breathing their parents’ secondhand smoke are more likely to develop a heart rhythm disorder known as atrial fibrillation than the kids of nonsmokers
Your child is the whole world to you, so how can you ensure that he or she will flourish in the hands of carers, asks Ameera Fouad
Thousands of children, adults and prison inmates get antibiotic doses to treat and protect from trachoma in Matay, Minya, as part of a national programme to eliminate the health risk
Key differences between infants born vaginally and via Caesarean section found , offering clues about the development of the human immune system
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