Yawn. The issue of male and female equality spans generations. That it has percolated online is no surprise. Migration happens (“Online abuse against women is harmful as ever,” Aug.6, Gulf Today).
Since early in the pandemic it has been clear that men, particularly older men, are at a far higher risk of dying from the virus than women of a similar age, but scientists have not yet been able to pinpoint exactly why.
A weaker immune response, along with a higher rate of diabetes, obesity and hypertension among men has made them more susceptible to succumbing to the coronavirus than women.
The number of women having children under the age of 30 across England and Wales has fallen to a record low, new figures show.
The US Embassy Abu Dhabi is bringing the US Academy of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) programme to the UAE through a partnership with startAD, the Abu Dhabi-based global accelerator anchored at NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD),
Hammadi warned diabetic patients in general, individuals with type 1 and women with gestational diabetes that they are more likely to get complications associated with COVID-19.
All this talk of breaking international law has made me reflect on how promptly I do my Spanish homework. Every week, without fail, for six months now, I have completed
Afghan mountaineers, including three women, are hoping to climb Afghanistan's Mir Samir Mountain and after that travel to Nepal to summit the world's highest peak, Mount Everest.
This was in the past August, when a girl filed a report with the police, stating that a person filmed her and the girls in the apartment, inside the toilets, and kept pictures and videos in his phone.