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Monday, 27 February 2017
It is 5:30 am and the quiet city of Aswan witnesses around 1,000 men, women and children marching along the scenic Nile ...
The marathon for kids is organised by Egyptian adventurer Omar Samra
The patients reported being "happy" despite their condition
20 volunteers conclude psychosocial support training, the first of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa
In the kitchen, at the table, at the restaurant and at the grocery store: tips on how small tricks and choices can make a big difference in weight loss
These medications have potential side effects, one of which is a higher risk of hearing loss and they have also been shown to be associated with a higher risk of hypertension (high blood pressure)
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Women were ahead of men in all countries
Teens are driven by biology to go to sleep later
WHO's Nunez Pena said WHO officials were now focusing on other countries like Egypt and Sri Lanka as worrisome centers of organ harvesting.
The World Health Organization says tobacco is the world's biggest preventable killer, with a predicted cumulative death toll of a billion by the end of this century
Purposely "heading" a soccer ball may lead to concussion symptoms despite research suggesting those issues mainly ...
More than 14 million people develop cancer every year, and this figure is projected to rise to more than 21 million by 2030
The study looked at five activities : computer use; making crafts; playing games including chess or bridge; going to movies ; and reading books
Aiming at filling the gap after Trump cut U.S. funding for such services.

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