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World - Africa
5/24/2024 2:30:34 PM
The highly contagious Ebola virus has claimed more than 15,000 lives since it was first identified in central Africa in 1976.

Life & Style - Health
5/2/2024 1:49:24 PM
The EU's drug watchdog urged that anti-Covid jabs be updated before another round of vaccinations to counter a new variant of the virus, which is still claiming thousands of lives.

World - International
4/30/2024 12:31:52 PM
The first scientist to publish a sequence of the COVID-19 virus in China was staging a sit-in protest after authorities locked him out of his lab.

Life & Style - Health
4/12/2024 4:53:08 PM
The report said that there are 3,500 deaths per day worldwide from hepatitis infections -- 83 percent from hepatitis B, 17 percent from hepatitis C.

Life & Style - Health
2/17/2024 12:40:26 PM
The research, published in the journal Cell, examined the origins of myelin, an insulating layer of fatty tissue that forms around nerves and allows electrical impulses to travel faster.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
12/5/2023 9:24:22 PM
Alyaa Abu Shahba interviews HIV patients in Egypt about the social stigma that is still attached to the virus on the occasion of World AIDS Day

Sports - World
11/20/2023 5:44:43 PM
The latest international break is proving costly for several European clubs, including Spanish powerhouses Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Egypt - Health
10/9/2023 6:44:05 PM
The World Health Organization (WHO) awarded Egypt Monday a certificate and gold tier status for being the world's first country to be on the path to eliminating the Hepatitis C virus.

World - International
9/14/2023 10:20:48 AM
India has curbed public gatherings and shut some schools in the southern state of Kerala after two people died of Nipah, a virus from bats or pigs that causes deadly fever, officials said Thursday.

Life & Style - Health
7/25/2023 10:29:50 AM
A man dubbed the "Geneva patient" is the latest person with HIV to be declared in long-term remission -- however he did not receive a transplant with a virus-blocking gene mutation like previous cases.

Life & Style - Health
7/22/2023 11:10:16 AM
Europe's drug watchdog on Friday approved the world's first vaccine for infants against the Respiratory Syncytial Virus, a major cause of child hospitalisation on the continent, the Amsterdam-based agency said.

Egypt - Health
7/18/2023 1:27:53 PM
Villagers in El-Aliqat village in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Qena have tested positive for the mosquito-borne dengue virus, the Ministry of Health announced in a statement on Tuesday.

Life & Style - Health
7/12/2023 11:01:04 PM
The World Health Organization warned Wednesday that the recent surge in bird flu outbreaks among mammals could help the virus spread more easily among humans.

World - Africa
6/8/2023 9:43:01 PM
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni said Thursday that he was on "forced leave" after testing positive for the Covid-19 virus.

World - Africa
6/2/2023 3:57:01 PM
Tanzania on Friday declared the end of a deadly outbreak of the Marburg virus, more than two months after it was first confirmed, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.

World - International
5/8/2023 11:50:42 AM
Regional Director of the World Health Organisation for the Eastern Mediterranean region, Ahmed Al-Mandhari, talks about the repercussions of the decision of the WHO considering that the COVID-19 virus is no longer a health emergency. This is especially since the region is rife with many conflicts and wars in various countries, which limited access to vaccinations.

Life & Style - Health
5/3/2023 9:07:34 PM
The US approved the first vaccine for RSV on Wednesday, shots to protect older adults against a respiratory virus that’s most notorious for attacking babies but endangers their grandparents, too.

Sports - World
3/23/2023 2:44:57 PM
Liverpool forward Cody Gakpo, Bayern Munich defender Matthijs de Ligt and three other Netherlands players have a virus and will miss the Euro 2024 qualifier against France, the Dutch federation said Thursday.

Life & Style - Health
3/11/2023 11:21:18 AM
On the third anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, the virus is still spreading and the death toll is nearing 7 million worldwide. Yet most people have resumed their normal lives, thanks to a wall of immunity built from infections and vaccines.

World - International
2/28/2023 10:47:02 PM
China on Tuesday pushed back at renewed suggestions that the COVID-19 pandemic could have been the result of a lab leak, saying it has been “open and transparent” in the search for the virus’ origins.

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