At a time when Disney is creating characters like Elsa and Moana, Egyptian media is still telling little girls they’re destined to a life of cooking, looking pretty and eventually getting married, following men’s orders, and not a thing more.
Endometriosis is a condition that affects 10 percent of women worldwide; more often than not, it goes undiagnosed and misunderstood
Practicing five hours a day, six days a week throughout the year is today’s norm for kids as young as six years old.
During a panel discussing blended learning at the American University in Cairo, Minister Tarek Shawki reflects on the state of education in Egypt and the power of e-learning.
Here are some advises on how to spot signs of bullying and how to react if your child is being bullied.
Kelabi offers a home away from home for when you, and your dog, need a holiday.
Combine gourmet pizza with casual dining and the right price— all in the comfort of your living room
With frequent terrorist attacks taking place worldwide, psychologist Georgette Savvides advises parents on how to handle children’s endless questions on killing in the name of religion.
Mahmoud El Baroudy, general manager of El Gouna, on turning it into an all-year-round, sustainable destination
Ahmed Lotfy, aka The Koshy, roams the streets of Egypt shooting often forgotten angles of the country with his mobile phone, and gets quite a following doing it.
With a new book launched, a television program coming up and several projects in the pipeline, our new guest columnist psychologist Georgette Savvides aims .
With restrictions on imports and the pound devaluation, customers might just re-channel their purchasing power to local players - if homegrown companies play it right.
For the first time in the history of the region, the FIBA World Cup will be hosted in an Arab and African city—our very own Cairo.
Instead of sleeping the month away and vegging in front of a gazillion shows, check out these 7 tips for making the best use of your Ramadan.
A market leader in contact centers offering services in Arabic and a multitude of languages, Raya’s name has quickly grown to gain global recognition.
Experts weigh in on how to spot and handle signs of extremism, what typically contributes to a person becoming a terrorist and how not to raise a terrorist.