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Each year, Egypt commemorates World AIDS Day on 1 December with a nationwide advocacy campaign aimed at spreading awareness about HIV and combating misconceptions
The awareness event will be held in Heliopolis
Egypt's environment minister Khaled Fahmy has said that the toxic practice of burning rice straw at the end of the ...
People who regularly snack on a variety of nuts may face a lower risk of heart disease than people who don't, said ...
The poor and the elderly are the most affected by the worsening climate change
More than 1,000 participants gathered at the Marriott Hotel in Cairo, dancing in a zumba style to music from both East and West
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
The restaurant is located on Gameat El-Dowal El-Arabiya Street in Mohandiseen
Japan is a global frontrunner in confronting dementia, the cost of which has been estimated at one percent of the world’s gross domestic product.
A place where quality food and quality time blend well, away from the internet signal
The place offers inviting dishes with a Levantine feel
The online silver and copper jewelry that are designed and crafted by Zeina El-Shazly
The online crochet service is offered by the ‘hooks and hands’ of Farida Kamal
The two-day fashion extravaganza gave a glimpse into the multifaceted fashion scene in the Arab world
Esen, a model and university student, caused a storm on social media after she posted a remark on Twitter
Featuring gold, silver, precious stones and calligraphy, the 12-piece jewelry collection offers a fresh contemporary take on traditional Egyptians designs
Microscopic particles from tattoo ink can migrate into the body and wind up in lymph nodes, crucial hubs of the human ...
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Millions of Indonesian children are being vaccinated this week as the country responds to a widespread diphtheria outbreak ...
A discovery of why some tumors resist new immunotherapy drugs as well as a possible means of turning the tables to incite a T-cell attack
Launched in 1998, Viagra was the first pill for impotence. Pfizer’s early TV ads for the little blue pill even coined the term erectile dysfunction, ED for short
Cases of ADHD have been rising around the world in recent decades, with children often given drugs to treat the disorder.
Compared to being a lifelong bachelor or bachelorette
Polish design duo Ewa Dulcet and Martyna Świerczyńska won the Progress Prize at Dubai Design District's acclaimed Global Grad Show
offering hope for people with a rare form of blindness and creating a cost dilemma
Azzedine Alaia, whose timeless gowns won an army of devotees around the world, has died at the age of 77
The latest estimates from the International Diabetes Federation mean that one in 11 adults worldwide have the condition, which occurs when the amount of sugar in the blood is too high.
Despite decades of scientific research, there is no treatment that can slow the progression of Alzheimer‘s
The oncology society called attention to the long-established link between alcohol
Cigarettes have been sold at a discounted price to Vatican employees and pensioners
According to the WHO’s statement, in some countries around 80 percent of total consumption of medically important antibiotics is in the animal sector
Reports of self-harm jumped nearly 70 percent among younger teen girls in the UK between 2011 and 2014
Organisers say the cat show, which began in 2011, is getting bigger each year
Almost every country in the world now has serious nutrition problems, either due to over-eating leading to obesity or a lack of food leading to undernutrition
Who’s coming, what are the key debates about and how green will this meeting be? Five things to know about the U.N. conference known as COP23
Pesticides are widely used in agriculture to kill bugs, fungi and other produce-plaguing pests. They can hurt humans, too.
Paleolithic diet mimics the diet of cavemen living in the stone age
People with diabetes are three times more likely to die from heart disease than the general population and six times more likely to have a heart attack
When asthma patients took vitamin D supplements, they were 54 percent less likely to have a severe attack
Polynesia and Micronesia had the highest rates of child obesity last year, followed by “the high-income English-speaking region” including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Britain
The study is fascinating to experts who are trying to predict future warming from black carbon
Compared to people who didn’t have bariatric surgery, patients who did were 33 percent less likely to develop any type of cancer
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