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Cellphones a 'possible' carcinogen, like coffee
A panel of scientists label cellphones as possible cancer-causing agents, putting them in the same category as the pesticide DDT, gasoline engine exhaust and coffee
Does aspirin cut deaths? New study clouds picture
Despite a lot of excitement about aspirin, scientists can't seem to agree on whether the drug helps healthy people live longer
Vertex hepatitis C drug OK'd, promising more cures
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc's highly anticipated hepatitis C drug won U.S. approval, promising far higher cure rates for the liver-destroying disease
Most women don't need vitamin A pills: study
A new study from Bangladesh has experts concluding that most of the world's women don't need vitamin A supplements
Bids soar for princess's "toilet seat" wedding hat
The much-mocked hat worn by Princess Beatrice to Britain's royal wedding last month -- widely described as looking like a "toilet seat" -- is up for sale on eBay where bids have reached 18,400 pounds ($29,940)
Scientists find genetic link to depression
Scientists say they have discovered the first solid evidence that variations in some peoples' genes may cause depression -- one of the world's most common and costly mental illnesses
Fewer behavior problems for breastfed kids: study
Babies who are breastfed are less likely to grow into children with behavior problems by the time they reach the age of five than those who receive formula
Albinos murdered or raped
Hundreds of albinos are thought to have been killed for black magic purposes in Tanzania and albino girls are being raped because of a belief they offer a cure for AIDS
Family meals might help kids keep a healthy weight
Parents can reduce their kids’ probabilities of being overweight, eating junk food or having eating problems by eating with them at least 3 times per week, according to US researchers
Researchers hope twins unlock AIDS mysteries
A set of identical twin boys are both HIV-positive, but one of them is 5 years behind the other in growth and BYU researchers hope that unlocking the ‘why’ will help advance AIDS research in general
Perimenopause: it can catch you off guard
Everyone knows about menopause, but perimenopause? It comes early, so Ahram Online interviews an expert to help readers master the art of dealing with it efficiently
Do painkillers interfere with antidepressants?
Certain types of antidepressants may not work as well in people that take painkillers such as ibuprofen and aspirin, suggests a new study
It is a new Hilton in town
Hilton Hotels & Resorts welcomes the addition—Hilton Zamalek Residence Cairo
Towards a deeper understanding of PID
Ahram Online sheds a light on primary immunodeficiency, the cause of suffering and anxiety for many parents in Egypt
Smokers who quit have less agressive kidney cancer
Researchers have found that kidney cancer is not only more common among heavy smokers, it also appears to be more aggressive
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