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    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres engaged in a crucial discussion concerning significant regional and international developments, with a notable emphasis on recent events unfolding in the Gaza Strip. The meeting, held in Cairo, delved into pressing matters concerning the ongoing crisis. President Sisi underscored the…

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    A recent meta-analysis examining older adults at high risk of heart attacks or strokes has uncovered a potential link between salt substitutions and reduced mortality rates, particularly associated with heart disease and stroke. Conducted primarily across Asian populations, where the utilization of salt substitutes is more prevalent due to culinary…

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    In the pursuit of optimal health, the timing of physical activity may be more crucial than previously thought, suggests a recent study published in Diabetes Care. Contrary to conventional wisdom, which advocates any exercise at any time, researchers now propose that evening workouts could offer substantial advantages, especially for individuals grappling…

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    In a monumental stride for medical science, Rick Slayman, 62, is poised to be discharged from Massachusetts General Hospital on Wednesday, marking the culmination of a historic endeavor: the world’s first successful pig kidney transplant. This milestone not only offers hope to individuals like Slayman, grappling with end-stage kidney disease, but also…

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