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Kids allergic to cow’s milk are smaller than their peers allergic to nuts: study

Children who experience persistent allergies to cow’s milk may remain shorter and lighter throughout pre-adolescence when compared with children who are allergic to peanuts or tree nuts, according to a study presented at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology/World Allergy Organisation (AAAAI/WAO) Joint Conference. “The relationship between food allergies and childhood growth patterns …

Daily News Egypt

The downtown kids

The downtown kids were running about the streets, creating sandstorms with their kicking and shoving. They were panting, sweating, kicking about a flattened can of coca cola. This game of football was held twice a week and the losers were to abide to whatever dare the winning team gave them. Sometimes they’d split themselves girls …

Aya Zain

Go by OSN: Review

For the first time in the region, the service gives film and TV series lovers access to a variety of media for a monthly subscription of $10 (EGP 72)

Daily News Egypt

Marwa Fayed’s Toy Run

On the first Saturday of the year volunteers are invited to join to bring toys and wrap them prior to distribution among children in need of a present

Daily News Egypt

KidZania opens in Cairo

Global “edutainment” brand KidZania opens in Cairo, with more than EGP 145m investments, to provide kids unique educational and entertainment experience

Daily News Egypt

Back to school

It is the time that the rest of Cairo dreads, knowing full well that from this day on traffic will double. A time of uniforms ironed, pencils sharpened and lunches packed: Egyptian kids are going back to school.

Daily News Egypt

Talking Box By Ziad Akl

On my way home last Friday I saw 5 boys, couldn’t be more than 14. They were running between cars in one of Zamalek’s busy streets trying to catch a look at women driving in short skirts or low-cut tops. They regrouped after the raid ended next to my car, I opened up my window …

Ziad A. Akl

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