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Dr Rasha Kelej discusses investing in human capital as a means to improve health sectors across Africa
A giant panda born in a Malaysian zoo celebrated her first birthday Monday with a cake made of ice in front of adoring ...
More than 150 million vulnerable people worldwide were exposed to potentially life-threatening heatwaves last year, scientists ...
After a geneticist claimed he had changed the genes of twin girls to create the first gene-edited babies
data is vital for tackling antimicrobial resistance, the extremely worrying trend of bacterial infections becoming immune to antibiotics
Experts at Egypt's Mansoura University convene to discuss the latest advances in ophthalmology
Deliciously topped dough is an old favourite for many, and in Cairo you'll not be disappointed
Cariene chocolate lovers indulge their taste buds with Italian ice cream at the Gelato Mio Chocolate Festival
A stop at Alexandria's famous food and beverage stop
Simple Syrian cuisine with some Egyptian fast food influences
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
As an initiative between the IOM and designer Mohanad Kojak concludes, Ahram Online speaks to young Syrian refugees, talented Egyptian designers and their famous mentor
The two-day event scheduled to take place at Cairo's Zawya will bring together creative professionals from Egypt’s design and film scenes
Dolce & Gabbana apologized Wednesday for insulting remarks about China it allegedly made in conversations on Instagram ...
The first edition of Craffiti Egypt, an international exhibition for handicrafts, was inaugurated in Cairo, running 11-18 October as an annual event
Zeinab ElKady talks to Ahram Online about a new exhibition the Knottella Factory for hand-knitted dolls is soon to stage
El-Ashiry tells the story of promoting Egypt through the patterns and designs of a nascent fashion project
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Life-coaching is a global trend that is now booming in Egypt as more and more people seek healing in their lives
For every 8 gram increase in fiber eaten a day, total deaths and incidences of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and bowel cancer fell by 5 to 27 percent
Drinking mainly sodas and sweetened fruit drinks was associated with a 61 percent higher risk of kidney disease
Due to online harassment and disturbed sleep, as well as poor body image and lower self-esteem
She is turning 60 this year and still doesn't have a single wrinkle. Blonde or brunette, slender or curvy, black ...
Compared to people in areas with the least amount of green space, residents of the greenest neighborhoods had lower levels of the hormone epinephrine, indicating lower stress levels
Marijuana use during adolescence has long been linked to an increased risk of developing psychotic disorders like schizophrenia as well as other mental health problems
As of 2012, excess body weight accounted for approximately 544,300 cancers diagnosed annually around the world
A one-month-old on a remote island in the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu became the first child to be immunised in a commercial ...
Researchers are also looking into using cockroach extract in beauty masks, diet pills and even hair-loss treatments.
The project, which works with the health ministry, stressed the need to work on the continuous education, training and qualifications of nurses
After 10 previously known cases of uterus transplants from deceased donors - in the United States, the Czech Republic and Turkey - failed to produce a live birth
The study found that migrants, have a greater life expectancy than residents of host countries and were less likely to die of illnesses such as cancer and heart disease
Encoding of new information, was the aspect of memory most impacted by cannabis abstinence
The Global Polio Eradication Initiative, launched in 1988, originally aimed to end all transmission of the disease by 2000.
Cardiac arrests after inhalant abuse are common enough that they’ve been given a name: “sudden sniffing death.”
Severe brain injuries have long been linked to an elevated risk of lasting neurologic symptoms and suicide
In a typical session, he’ll use six bees to sting his patient in different parts of the body
Would-be fathers have long been advised to wear boxer shorts and avoid hot tubs, to avoid too much heat damaging their ...
The new study is the first large test of both in the general population
The Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund will inject US$3 million into Dawi Clinics, a strategic step taken by the two entities ...
Standing above the crowd puts people at greater risk
The common cold is caused by a virus and tends to run its course in 7 to 10 days
60 percent of countries overuse C-sections and 25 percent under-use them
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