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4,000 children need cochlear implants in Egypt annually, says Khalifa
There has been debate worldwide on the effects of e-cigarettes and alternative smoking products such as vapes and tobacco heating products.
“Egypt needs to focus on export this phase, bureaucracy significant challenge foreign investor faces here”
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company held two meetings for scientific exchange and sharing experiences in relation to Hodgkin Lymphoma.
Dr Hossam Kamel confirmed that Hodgkin lymphoma can be detected and treated in its early stages
Prize winners discovered cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation
We receive 290,330 Egyptian patients, 4,772 foreign patients annually, says CEO
Our advertising budget does not exceed 9%, legal maximum limit is 13%, says hospital’s medical director
Campaign resulted in curing about 2 million HCV patients in two years
Health Minister Ahmed Emad El-Din said that Egypt treated 1.5 million citizens infected with hepatitis C by the end of 2017. This came during his speech at the inauguration of a number of development projects in Menoufiya in the presence of Egyptian President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi. “During 14 months, we completed check-ups for 5 million …
We aim to combine international technology with Egyptian Expertise: Shehab Abdellatif
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is celebrating the World Antibiotics Awareness Week from 13 to 19 November, in its regional office in Cairo, with the theme of this year’s campaign, “seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional before taking antibiotics”. The aim of the campaign is to advocate for the proper and responsible use of …
Previously, it was believed that lack of blood flow was causing preterm brain cells to die
Results showed that patients who had three or four of the altered genes had worse disease-free survival
Etisalat Egypt will sponsor the treatment of 1,200 Egyptian Hepatitis C patients in 2017
System implementation to provide citizens with high quality health services, abiding by international standards
AfDB agrees to provide grant to finance actuarial studies for new healthcare system
Diana Aketch, a Kenyan beautician in Nairobi is handing out free wigs to cancer patients who are losing their hair due to chemotherapy. Her goal is to aid survivors to recover and battle cancer related discrimination.
Autism affects roughly 1 in 68 children. While the disorder is not particularly common, catching it at an early age is fundamental to assisting children with autism. And in Egypt, unfortunately there are only a select number of centres that can assist in detecting autism
The European Inventor Awards ceremony held in Lisbon highlighted some of the most outstanding scientific discoveries in the past year. The winner of the main award is poised to revolutionize HIV detection and treatment.
The World Health Organization has rebuffed a call from health experts to postpone or move the Rio Summer Olympics over the Zika Virus. Health experts had called for the games to be postponed.
People who become severely ill in the poorer EU countries lose out twice: They have to fight not only against their illness, but also against a medical undersupply that often has rather strange causes.
In previous parts to this series, we were able to understand the types of the problems that would lead you to seek a psychiatrist, types of psychotherapists, and decisions related to ailments and treatments. Now it is time to talk about what you expect from your doctor, what are the specific rules for psychotherapy, and …
India’s top court has ruled that tobacco companies must display larger health warnings on cigarette packs, giving a boost to the government’s latest move to reduce smoking and curb tobacco-related illnesses. DW examines.
Millions struggle with tropical diseases causing blindness and other disabilities. DW talks to expert Martin Kollmann about getting vital drugs to the communities that need them the most – amid war, famine and unrest.
With the excessive amount of toxins our bodies absorb every day, cleansing your body and flushing out those toxins is essential to maintaining a healthy body. Not having the time may be a barrier to seeing this through for most of us. But by detoxing while drinking your daily intake of water, it is doable. …
In a heat wave, it is best to stay in an air-conditioned environment and only be outdoors is absolutely necessary
In today’s world, with our days going crazy as usual, not getting enough sleep is a serious problem. And it is more serious than you think. Some people think that depriving yourself of a couple of hours’ sleep for the sake of achieving more is alright. But when it comes to your chores and responsibilities, …
Tooth decay occurs when sticky carbohydrates and sugars, such as bread, cakes, candy, toffee, and so on, stick to your teeth for a long duration long of time
The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard is considered one of the first proponents of existential philosophy, at least 100 years before Sartre. It can be attributed to simple luck that existentialism was linked to Sartre’s name, forgoing other philosophers. Kierkegaard can also be credited for a quote that was later deemed to be crucial in the …