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Some countries have temporarily suspended their use of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine after reports that some people who got a dose developed blood clots, even though there's no evidence that the shot was responsible
Johnson & Johnson said it was aware of the rare reports of blood clots in individuals given its COVID-19 vaccine, and was working with regulators to assess the data and provide relevant information
Anise has long held pride of place as a savoury spice as well as a powerful antidote in cultures from Egypt to Greece, Italy and beyond
Three health workers in Norway who had recently received the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine are being treated in hospital for bleeding, blood clots and a low count of blood platelets
A Dutch inventor has come up with what he hopes could be a potentially faster and easier method to screen for coronavirus infection
Tobacco companies target women with their systematic marketing campaigns while 'celebrating' International Women's Day every year
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Abu Shadi turns down the heat in his oven once he has baked enough manaeesh (plural form of manousheh) to save on gas
More than 55 exhibitors from all over Egypt are showing their products at the festival
In less than a year, POTs earned the 67th place on the list of Yelp’s top 100 places to eat in the US in 2019
Meet the authentic combination of history and culinary delights in Sweden
The Week of Italian Cuisine in Egypt has started and is determined to take the lexicon beyond mere pasta
In Egypt, more and more restaurants and chains are catering towards people who want to eat mainly plant products
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The designer uses biodegradable materials to promote environmental sustainability
Some deodorants can create hard-to-erase stains, white marks made up of antiperspirant particles that contain salts and ...
Rousounelis describes his art style as hyperrealism, and his inspiration comes from Greek architecture, mostly Cyclades architecture
El-Sagheer was best known for revolutionising the salon industry
Cardin who was born in Italy in 1922 but emigrated to France as a small child, died in a hospital in Neuilly in the west of Paris, his family said
Anna Maria Mazaraki, the creative and renowned jewelry designer, talks about her passion and inspiration
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Researchers may have found an explanation for the rare but serious blood clots reported among some people who received AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine
The octopus is an extraordinary creature - and not only because of its eight limbs, three hearts, blue blood, ink squirting, camouflage capacity and the tragic fact that it dies after mating
A joint WHO-China study on the origins of COVID-19 says that the virus was probably transmitted from bats to humans through another animal, and that a lab leak was “extremely unlikely” as a cause, the Associated Press reported
fizer Inc has started an early-stage trial of an oral COVID-19 antiviral therapy that could be prescribed to patients at the first sign of infection, the company said on Tuesday
Antibodies induced by the Moderna Inc and Pfizer Inc/BioNTech SE vaccines are dramatically less effective at neutralizing some of the most worrying coronavirus variants, a new study suggests
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus
More twins are being born now than ever before, largely due to rising use of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and other assisted reproduction techniques, the first global study of human twinning has found
Mammograms should be done either before the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or four-to-six weeks after the second dose
An average of two months after COVID patients left the hospital, they showed some sort of heart issue in 48% of the patients, including heart attacks, heart muscle inflammation or inadequate blood flow
This explains some of the neurological problems associated with the disease
Researchers noticed that patients with chronic respiratory diseases like asthma, who are often prescribed inhaled steroids, were not needing to be hospitalized for COVID-19 as often as expected
When wearing a mask for protection, opt for two...
Dowe need new set of vaccines for ht different variants of the novel coronavirus? Scientists are working on new ones so there is no reason for alarm, the head of the Oxford Vaccine Group said
The findings may help explain why blood sugar problems develop in many COVID-19 patients, and why there have been reports of diabetes developing as a result of the virus
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19
One vaccine dose might be enough for COVID-19 survivors
"Long COVID", antibody treatments and effect of COVID-19 on the kidney were the focus of researches published recently
Chefs from all Marriott hotel branches showcased their creative skills and enthusiasm in designing unique items
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus
COVID patients lack certain good bacteria known to regulate the immune system
Higher odds of having uncontrolled asthma were linked with greater household use of disinfectant wipes, disinfectant sprays, bleach and water solutions, and other disinfecting liquids
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
Scientific advances from deep brain stimulation to wearable scanners are making manipulation of the human mind increasingly possible, creating a need for laws and protections to regulate use of the new tools
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus
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