Even if scientifically they are beneficial, ants in the house can get annoying so Ahram Online speaks with experts on Egypt’s ants to give you a hint for how to deal with them
Women newly diagnosed with earlier-stage breast cancer can take a few weeks to prepare for surgery without raising the odds that their tumor will progress, a new study suggests
In a new study this week, doctors describe a form of self-injury among teenagers called self-embedding, which involves inserting objects into the skin or muscle
An hour spent playing video games may make teenage boys eat more over the rest of the day, a small study suggests
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
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
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)
Today's fashion designers change styles much too fast, partly due to twice-yearly collections, making it harder to create couture that lasts for years, designer Pierre Cardin said
The reddish pink shade lights a fire to your senses
Kempinski Nile Hotel's executive chef Holger Jackisch presents a delightful three course meal.
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