24 Nov 2013
Dr. Sherif al-Tobgy, head of the Egyptian Society of Cardiology, said that 80,000 patients die in Egypt every year of heart disease, which constitutes 22 percent of the total deaths in the country.
At the first workshop in Egypt...
31 Oct 2013
Amr Qandil, head of the Health Ministry’s preventive medicine department, said tests on potential coronavirus cases have all been found negative, declaring Egypt empty of the disease.
However another set of samples will be...
10 Oct 2013
President of the Association of Crisis Management in Sinai, Sheikh Salem al-Bayady, said a large number of people in Sinai are suffering from depression and other mental health problems as a result of violence spreading across the restive...
06 Oct 2013
Sayyed Awad, 50, was admitted to the intensive care in Mansoura, 130 kilometers away from Cairo, as he was close to having a comma and not able to breathe. After x-rays, he was diagnosed with acute pneumonia.
Awad was a two-...
03 Oct 2013
Dr. Tareq Anis, a professor of andrology and head of the Pan Arab Society of Sexual Medicine, said that the rate of erectile dysfunction among men in Egypt has increased lately due to political tensions in the country.
24 Sep 2013
Egyptian-American chemical physicist Mostafa el-Sayed said that he will begin treating cancer patients with gold nanoparticles for the first time once the Health Ministry gives the green light.
El-Sayed added that clinical trials on...
20 Sep 2013
The rates of diabetes in Egypt has significantly increased exceeding international rates, according to the participants in the 4th Arab Diabetes forum. Egypt is now ranked eighth highest in the world in terms of the disease.
17 Sep 2013
The Health Ministry will launch a public awareness campaign about the coronavirus ahead of the upcoming Hajj season to Saudi Arabia.
Amr Qandil, the assistant minister of health for preventive medicine, said in an...
29 Jul 2013
The Beni Suef branch of the National Council for Women, in collaboration with the Health Ministry, has sent medical convoys for early detection of breast tumors to the 10 poorest villages in Egypt.
The convoys scanned random samples...
03 Mar 2013
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