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The Word Health Organisation and Japanese Government in collaboration to help in the prevention and control of communicable diseases through surveillance officers and rapid response teams training.
HPV vaccines were first licensed in 2007 and have since then been adopted in at least 100 countries worldwide.
A class of medications used for nerve and muscle pain, including the popular drug Lyrica, increases users’ risks ...
Ahram Online is introduced to the facets of Finland’s signature maternity box — testament to the commitment of the state to promote healthcare for all its citizens
12% of the world’s people are living in an active war zone
Pakistan has some 163,000 HIV and AIDS patients, of whom only 25,000 are registered
Going Italian at Heliopolis
1919 in Egypt was as much about the hallmark chocolate brand Corona as political revolution, writes Dina Ezzat, in search of a taste that has lasted 100 years
Ahram Online talks with renowned Egyptian chef El-Sherbini about his cooking, ethics in the kitchen, and his delicious, mouth-watering recipes
Ahram Online delves into the Ritter Chocolate world, its history, marvels and importance to Germans
The unpresumptuous bistro is a perfect destination for a mix of Egyptian and intercontinental cuisine
The lure of a pub, the dishes of a restaurant, and a midnight band is what Tia Maria offers customers
Ahram Online gets a glimpse of the dazzling works by 13 artists selected to participate in one of the world's most esteemed design platforms in May
Let’s talk about better living! Our interactive family corner aims to expand our lifestyle horizons with practical little pearls of wisdom from the editor and input from our readers
The pioneer Egyptian designer talks to Ahram Online about uplifting younger generations, expanding philanthropic work, and the potential of the famed Egyptian cotton
Mai Samih attends the first dancing classes in Egypt designed for people with special needs
Ahead of participation in two major international jewelry/design fairs, upcoming artist Farah AbdelHamid talks about her wish to 'undo the jewelry social construct'
It is that time of the year that celebrates motherhood and everything that comes with it
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World Health Organization said last month that around a million people each day worldwide catch a sexually transmitted infection
There are currently no vaccines for HIV
An analysis of more than one million cases of breast cancer between 2010 and 2014
7 million French people, or just over 1% of the population, had used homeopathic drugs in 2018
Lack of sleep has long been linked to a wide range of so-called metabolic abnormalities
Women should be aware of these cardiovascular risk factors and check their blood pressure and BMI regularly (annually) after pregnancy
A certain type of heart fat, pericardial adipose tissue, was reduced in patients who did weight lifting, but not with aerobic exercise
Worldwide, about 352 million adults have elevated blood sugar that’s not high enough to warrant a diabetes diagnosis
By Amany Abdel-Moneim
The trend has offered fresh hopes to the elderly, many of whom take low-paying, blue collar jobs to support themselves after retiring.
Men who eat at least two servings a week of yogurt may be lowering their risk for colorectal cancer, a recent study suggests.
The robot has 16 motors to control its movements and is loaded with sensors to respond to voice commands and detect how people are touching it
A study that suggests not all types of sitting are equally harmful.
There was a time when children wore knitted pullovers made by their grandmothers. Today, they are wearing ripped jeans, branded T-shirts, and shoes designed by top fashion lines
Triclosan has been widely used for years in soaps, hand sanitizers, toothpaste and mouthwash
The positive effect increased with additional time outdoors, peaking at about three hours per week for health and five hours per week for wellbeing
Several countries, including Germany, Italy and Denmark, already allow the prescription of medical cannabis and last year Canada became the second country in the world to fully legalize marijuana.
For women smokers ages 18 to 49, the risk of a deadly type of heart attack was more than 13 times higher than it was for non-smoking counterparts
One in three French people think vaccines are unsafe – the highest rate in the world - and almost 20% believe they are not effective.
It was concluded that such a declaration could cause too much economic harm.
Using the app twice a week was associated with an average of four fewer headache days per month
simple act of weighing oneself daily could prevent weight gain
Time to lower your expectations
Players in the “center” zone, which is centrally located and directly in front of the goal, had the highest rate of head impacts
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