Caring for your Hair in the Sun of Sharm EL Sheikh

Written By: Serena El Kwasmy ( Sharm’s British Hairdesigns ) Sharm EL Sheikh “How do I protect my hair from sun damage?” This is the question I have received on many occa [...]
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How To Read Your Cat’s Mind !

Written By: Dr. Jack Smith ( Vet. Surgeon ) Sharm EL Sheikh Cats are not like dogs. If you have a dog, it will be perfectly obvious to you what he is feeling as they have ways of m [...]
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8 advices on brushing kids teeth

Regular Teeth brushing is the most effective way to prevent caries and gum disease In adults and children. You should start brushing your kid’s teeth once the first tooth erupt a [...]
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Four clubs, four communities: The Maadi Club

Community sporting clubs are a deeply entrenched pillar of the city of Cairo. Sporting, hunting, yacht and soccer-based clubs are scattered around suburbs and communities throughou [...]
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Memorializing the ‘Grand Hotels’ of Egypt

In “Grand Hotels of Egypt: In the Golden Age of Travel,” Andrew Humphreys gives a detailed history of the flourishing Egyptian travel industry between the mid-nineteenth and tw [...]
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Government to encourage local ownership of Sinai lands

The Egyptian government will not allow lands in the Sinai specifically allocated to locals to be sold or traded to other parties, the Minister of Agriculture announced Friday, in a [...]
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For the Love of Olives

Green, black, ripe, raw, whole or as an oil, the health benefits of olives in all their forms are extensive. According to the International Olive Council, “The olive fruit is a d [...]
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Paraffin Treatment in Sharm EL Sheikh

Paraffin is wax and doesn’t contain water,but essentiel oils. It is solid until heated in paraffin heater and becomes liquid. The machine keep temperature steady 50-55 degree [...]
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Egypt’s Sharm El-Sheikh national museum begins 2nd stage of construction

Museum, which will be home to some 7,000 artefacts from prehistoric to modern times, enters second phase of construction, which will include completion of the museum’s interior a [...]
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Researchers find cancer in Ancient Egyptian mummy

A professor from American University in Cairo says discovery of prostate cancer in a 2,200-year-old mummy indicates the disease was caused by genetics, not environment. The genetic [...]
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