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Dina Ezzat speaks to Tawhida Abdel-Ghaffar and Osama Al-Sayed of the Yassin Abdel-Ghaffar Centre for Liver Disease and Research about Egypt’s fight against the Hepatitis C virus and other liver ailments
About 50 million people worldwide have dementia, and Alzheimer’s is the most common type. There is no cure, so prevention is key.
The centre for the treatment of addiction and abuse will open within six months in Minya governorate
Regardless of how long they wore headphones or how high they set the volume
some of the worst cases seen in global research were of gamers playing for up to 20 hours a day, forgoing sleep, meals, work or school and other daily activities.
An event 30 May looked back at a pilot project that ran in three governorates, aiming to assist women living with HIV
A look into five Koshary joints: Cairo Kitchen, Eshta, Hend, Sayyed Hanafi and Zooba
The modern Lebanese setting of restaurant come cafe Aldayaa combines delicious Lebanese food with a sprinkle of the Egyptian and a Jordanian garnish
The culinary celebrity says cooking can be a joyful experience for new beginners in kitchen
Five pairs of hands that could offer help in fixing your Christmas dinner
15 countries offer a glimpse of their culinary arts in Cairo's biggest annual food festival
The austerity, suffering and occasional joy of Coptic fasting cuisine, courtesy of Charles Akl
Ahram Online talks with founder of The Hair Addict group, about Egyptians taking the leap to go for natural hair, and their first upcoming event to promote the trend
Vienna has dislodged Melbourne for the first time at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability ...
Kahawaty auctions Egyptian designers' pieces to empower people with disabilities and raise awareness about inclusion in workforce
Silver Schools is held each year to showcase the talents of different jewellery schools worldwide
Egyptian fashion designer Fayza Ahmed discusses combining casual wear with a touch of the Arab Orient
Fashionable women, dark-haired Saudis and blonde Eastern Europeans alike, fill the gold-trimmed halls of Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel, marking the start of Saudi Arabia’s first-ever fashion show
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Compared to men with diabetes, women with diabetes were 11 percent more likely to develop kidney cancer, 14 percent more likely to get stomach tumors and 15 percent more likely to get leukemia
ADHD affects about 5 percent of school-age children and 2.5 percent of adults worldwide
Those who slept seven hours a night had the lowest heart risk on average
Bin bags at the ready, "long-distance activist" Mohamed Oussama Houij moves methodically along a beach in Tunisia's ...
some of those who start consuming these drinks compensate by eating and drinking more calories elsewhere.
It is late on a Friday afternoon and the Drinkies store in the Cairo suburb of Maadi is getting busy. There are mostly ...
Deaths caused by heatwaves could increase dramatically in tropical and subtropical regions, the study found
The disease will be the seventh leading cause of death by 2030, according to the World Health Organization
37 million people worldwide are infected with the incurable HIV virus
Fear of heights is the most common phobia, with one in five people saying they’ve experienced it at some point.
Five flavors - vanilla, mint, cinnamon, clove, and burnt - impaired production of nitric oxide, a molecule that inhibits inflammation and clotting and helps blood vessels widen
People who get diagnosed with cancer may be more likely to develop diabetes, a Korean study suggests.
Dehydration can impair your ability to think clearly, a new study suggests.
Amira Elhamy recounts the inspiring story of Dana Mohsen and how she has been able to turn her visual impairment into strength
The experimental vaccine involves a genetically modified form of polio, which is infused into the brain tumor
Iconic doll's manufacturer aims at inspiring limitless potentials in young girls through exposing them to roles where where women are underrepresented
Doctors generally advise adults to eat at least two servings a week of oily fish like salmon, mackerel, herring and tuna that are rich in omega-3s, which are linked to a lower risk of heart disease and stroke.
Egypt's Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research has expressed its condolences on the death of Egyptian-American ...
Colourful blooms, buzzing bees and roaring dragons made an appearance at Royal Ascot on Thursday as revellers showed off their best millinery at the British horse-racing event's Ladies' Day.
Tucked away in a mediaeval Spanish square, an unconventional restaurant is training refugees and telling their stories, hoping to change the lives of migrants and how people see them.
All three top slots were taken by European eateries.
Lower levels of vitamin D in kids could be a factor in diabetes
Spade, 55, hanged herself and was found by her housekeeper at her home on Park Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
About 330,000 cases are diagnosed each year worldwide, About half are diagnosed after the disease has spread; most die within a year of diagnosis and only about 6 percent survive for five years.
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