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In Egypt, 14 percent of children in rural areas and 34 percent of children in urban areas use the Internet regularly, mainly social media
What we know about the disease it causes and how it spreads
The term “super-spreader” implies that a particular person may be inherently more able than others to pass on disease
Female genital mutilation (FGM) remains as prevalent as it was 30 years ago in a handful of countries, thwarting global ...
The cost in Egypt would be about $876,825,000 and Sudan $274,765,000 yearly
Death toll from coronavirus in mainland China crossed 560 as experts intensified efforts to find a vaccine for a disease that has shut down Chinese cities and forced thousands more into quarantine around the world
Egyptian chef Suzanne Sabah marks Valentine’s Day with truffles and cupcakes
Traders legally selling donkey, dog, deer, crocodile and other meat plan to get back to business as soon as the markets reopen
Some people like them baked, others prefer them dried. Locusts are surprisingly nutritious and considered a delicacy by ...
Zamalek always surprises us with unique restaurants, but this one is by far the most surprising of them all
Chef Zeinab Mustafa brings Moroccan flavors to the Christmas dinner table
Rivals for the traditional fattah dish on the Coptic Christmas dinner table abound, telling a story about the evolution of Egyptian culture
The ambitious entrepreneur with a passion for the preservation of artisanship talks about a path that is both rewarding and challenging
Chanel and Prada said they have postponed fashion shows due to be held in Asia in May over concerns linked to the coronavirus outbreak.
Rain threatened to dampen perhaps some of the elaborate hairdos and dresses of the many Hollywood stars walking the red carpet on Sunday afternoon
"Places have souls, they resemble those who inhabit them," says the jewelry designer as she dedicates the proceeds of her new collection to restoring Mameluke artefacts
Minister of Agriculture Ezz El-Din Abu Steit, and Minister of Supply and Internal Trade Ali Moselhi, opened on Saturday ...
Seven Egyptian Designers at the 2019 Paris Design Week
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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
A Lebanese hospital brought music and medicine together on Friday in a concert for cancer patients. "Music has ...
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
McDonald’s Corp, Starbucks Corp and other fast-food companies are ramping up 'contactless' pickup and delivery services
Female genital mutilation (FGM) will take centuries to eradicate despite world leaders promising to end the practice by ...
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
A coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, the capital of China’s central province of Hubei, has spread to surpass the total from the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic.
High levels of exposure to traffic-related air pollution at a very young age may lead to structural changes in the brain, a new imaging study suggests
Researchers who tested the cancer-fighting properties of more than 4,500 non-cancer drugs found nearly 50 drugs for other conditions showed at least some cancer-killing ability
Just because it’s in the blood doesn’t mean that is not safe. It doesn’t mean it’s safe either
People who follow low-carb or low-fat diets may not live longer - unless they’re also careful to avoid junk food and sweets, a U.S. study suggests
Men who consume fish oil supplements, which are high in omega-3 fatty acids, might get a boost in fertility, a new study suggests
The first episode features Fady Nagy and Omar Elkordy, self-taught craftsmen who work with wood and carpentry
In collaboration with the British Council in Egypt, local NGOs aim to instill and develop new and green creative industries
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can cause infections ranging from the common cold to SARS
People who frequent art galleries and museums, attend the theater and concerts may live longer than those who don’t, a study in England suggests
Kids who are exposed to air pollution in the womb may have higher blood sugar levels during childhood than kids without this exposure
A new type of therapy using feces and fake rubber hands may be able to help patients with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) overcome their fears of touching contaminated surfaces
With cannabis edibles becoming legal and available in more and more places, experts warn there could be unexpected health risks
Arabic-speaking medical students in war-torn Syria are providing translation services to an online educational company in exchange for free access to videos that teach clinical processes and procedures.
Interactive educational apps may be able to help young children master early academic skills like math and reading, a research review suggests
Pregnant air travelers face a higher risk of blood clots, but they can reduce their risks by walking airplane aisles, drinking water and doing calf exercises, according to a new review
About half of the recommendations suggested by the World Health Organization to reduce chronic disease are put into practice, according to a new study
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