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
The sooner a new mother goes back to work after giving birth, the less likely she is to breastfeed her baby, according to a U.S. study
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
The 2nd Zen conference in Egypt sees increasing attention to soul-enriching, healthy lifestyle and fitness techniques, leaving international instructors impressed
An hour spent playing video games may make teenage boys eat more over the rest of the day, a small study suggests
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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