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Moussa also said it provides equal opportunities for women regarding all rights and obligations
The Ministry of Finance releases a report detailing the costs and distribution of the minimum wage over about 4.83 million workers
The doctors have announced the protocol for their strike scheduled for Wednesday
The ministry says it is able to compensate for halted NGO health services
Doctors have been holding negotiations with the ministers of health and finance this week
Negotiations are expected to be completed by Tuesday
37 injured as the protesters rally in support of the 2012 constitution
Independent Movement members won 11 of 12 contested seats on the syndicate’s board
Adel was assisting at a field hospital in Mohamed Mahmoud Street when he was shot in the head
The first annual forum on women’s health aims to encourage women to get regular checkups
By Dr Cesar Chelala Millions of children die every year as a result of environment-related diseases. Their deaths could be prevented by using low-cost and sustainable tools and strategies for improving the environment. A World Health Organization (WHO) study showed that 13 million deaths worldwide could be prevented by improving the environment. In some countries, …
By Dr. César Chelala The revelation that the number of opium-addicted Afghan children has reached new highs is a sad, unintended consequence of the war in that country. It dramatically illustrates how adult war games can doom generations of children to a miserable life. It is one of the tragic legacies of a disastrous war. …
Forensics Authority says there was insufficient room at state morgue to accommodate all bodies from the Rabaa dispersal
Exercise group focused on fitness and team spirit to bring the best out of their clients
Sunday meeting to ensure support
There’s no doubt that smoking is a detrimental practice; no matter how light some cigarettes are, they still do harm to the body. Yet in Egypt, about 40% of adult men and 8% of adult women are smokers, and since 25 January, access to cigarettes has only increased, as new brands have entered the Egyptian market illegally and are sold at cheaper prices. The Daily News Egypt looks into the issue of smuggled cigarettes and their additional harmful impact on smokers.
Protesting doctors say they left health ministry camp in order to tend to potential wounded in upcoming protests
WHO launches the Tobacco Atlas in Egypt to warn people of the hazards of smoking
Committee chairman: Large amounts are being spent to repair cars while citizens suffer from shortages in medical supplies
Experts discuss how medical insurance companies can best position themselves for success in the coming years
Food poisoning incident occurs at Zagazig University
The council sent a delegation to inspect the infamous prison after receiving many complaints from prisoners
Producing your own honey: healthy for you and the world around you.
Mo’awad Adel’s mother sends a legal notice demanding funds for her son to be treated abroad
Three doctors are being investigated for supporting the 2012 partial doctors’ strike
The syndicate held its General Assembly on Friday amid tension between doctors with different political affiliations
Lebanese authorities would now begin giving high priority to Egyptian products entering the Lebanese market.
Says his age prevents him from carrying out his duties
On the International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, the Daily News Egypt brings you the traumatic experience of Om Hossam and her daughter.
Egypt scales back energy subsidy reforms