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Walking works to stop the decline of memory
10 Oct 2016

Walking works to stop the decline of memory

A recent study suggests that people who live in neighborhoods encourage their people to walk, may be able to prevent their exposure to cognitive impairment and memory as they age. Research has suggested that walking can lead to better results, both for physical health such as reducing body mass and blood pressure, or perception like memory among older people. The ...

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Athletes have more mature brains
10 Oct 2016

Athletes have more mature brains

A recent study suggests that people who tend to exercise often have more mature brains than lazy people. The study by researchers at the University of Missouri on mice confirmed that the tendency toward physical activity may be at least partially genetically. New findings suggest a link between laziness and the less mature brain, as physical activity is associated with ...

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Professor of Pediatrics warns: Tkhail eye of the baby infected by lead poisoning
10 Oct 2016

Professor of Pediatrics warns: Tkhail eye of the baby infected by lead poisoning

Hundreds of common misconceptions about children are accepted by some, despite scientific progress, but some groups still have a firm idea of the importance of these beliefs, including the immortality of the infant's eye after birth. Dr. Talaat Hassan Salem, Professor of Pediatrics and Pediatrics, explains the most important negative effects that a child experiences as a result of the ...

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Be a father, not a friend of your children
03 Oct 2016

Be a father, not a friend of your children

Be a father, not a friend of your children. Many parents give large amounts of pampering to their children by providing the material resources and luxuries that can be dispensed with under the pretext of compensating their children for the time spent with their children. But this method of education is wrong. The ability to think creatively, as well as ...

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Dr Dia Center for Medical Subspecilty
Dr Dia Center for Medical Subspecilty

Dr Dia Center for Medical Subspecilty Dr. Dia Al-Haj Houssein Center includes: Physiotherapists for the management of rheumatic pain,cartilage, and joint stiffness. Chinese acupuncturist. Licensed cupping. The center also includes a team of nurses who help to streamline medical work and coordinate between departments and help patients in their needs. Medical Staff

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