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A Magician In Treating The Kids and Healing Their Souls

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It was a true honor sitting down with Dr Mohamed Hosny, one of Egypt’s brightest doctors and the top in the field of Pediatric Orthopedic, who has successfully completed a number of fellowships from several universities in Germany and the US.

A doctor who is sought by many families and has made it possible to seek professional help without having to travel long distances, because why travel abroad when we have got a bright doctor of our own here in Egypt?

Dr Mohamed Mostafa Hosny is currently the head of Pediatric Orthopedic Unit in Tanta University, with a license to work in both Dubai and Germany but choosing to spend most of his time in Egypt comes in light of duty to give back to his country.

We were certainly stunned by the number of certificates and clinical fellowships that he obtained from several prestigious universities abroad, to which he explained that this is the norm for a university professor because life is in a constant change, discoveries are made every day and that is why he needs to always be updated and caught up with the latest in his field, as knowledge is truly limitless.

When asked why he chose this certain specialty, he told us that it is because in Egypt we lack doctors and staff in this field and that it is kind of limited here in Egypt compared to other countries.

Another reason, a very touching one, is that when a child is sick, the doctor become responsible for the entire family and not just the child. He is responsible of comforting all family members, assure them constantly and work relentlessly to help them, because when a child gets sick, the whole family feel down and sick as well especially if the kid is facing a certain disability. It is Dr Hosny’s responsibility to treat them all.

The lack of such care, knowledge and understanding of this concept is what makes Dr Hosny attached to working in Egypt, and eager to help more and more families get through tough times.

“It is a matter of family having a problem, not just a matter of one patient.”

Just hearing the doctor explain this makes one realizes that it is not an easy job at all, because to treat a patient is one thing and to take care of an entire family is a whole other thing. So in order for him to be prepared for such a responsibility, he have taken courses in the phycology of patients and how to treat kids. After all, you are working with young children who surely hate the sight of scrubs and will fight you off. That’s why in his office, he is always prepared with cookies and balloons!

‘It’s not a matter of the body alone, it’s a matter of a soul that you have to take care of.”

This is what Dr Mohamed Hosny teaches young physicians, he teaches them how to care of the young kids first and then how to be a good physician.

“You first learn how to be a human, then how to be a doctor and at the end how to be a good doctor.”

The one thing that keeps Dr Hosny going and motivated to carry on is seeing the outcome and change that he successfully made possible. For instance, having a parent inviting him for an occasion, informing him that their kid insists he shows up, these small details warm his heart and push him further towards more success.

The more smiles you see, the gratitude parents show, a simple thank you, are all what truly counts in such a stressful profession.

‘You have to think of them as one of your own,’ is what Dr Hosny does, and is why he believes he has a way with kids. After all, he is a human being and he is a father who treats his patients with compassion and empathy.

Finally, Dr Hosny expressed his tremendous appreciation for his wife for taking care of everything while he isn’t around and for her endless support. His dad for being a great mentor and role model, and all the doctors who taught him and guided him through his journey.

‘Knowing that someone is having your back and looking out for the kids is what kept me moving forward.’

It gives us utter pride to witness someone who is striving to treat families, someone who is putting patients’ needs ahead of his and is always keen to learn more and teach young physicians how to become the best versions of themselves.

 

 

 

 

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Valentino: Legendary Adel Emam Strikes Again With A Light Comedy Show

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Adel Emam

Adel Emam is definitely still on top of his game and this Ramadan, the legendary actor is blessing us with another light comedy show which is exactly what we need amidst all the panic we have been through. It’s the treat we have all been waiting for!

In the show, Emam plays the role of an international school’s owner named Nour Abdel Mageed AKA Valentino, who lives with his strict and somewhat gloomy wife.

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Directed by the talented Ramy Emam, the series follows the life of this fun family and the daily struggles of Adel Emam with his wife (Dalal Abdel Aziz), who is also the headmistress of their schools and the boss at home.

The show is also starring the young faces, Huda El Mufti, Amr Wahba, Tarek El Ebiary and Mohamed Kilany. A nice addition to the show as each character has something unique about it that stands out.

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Tell us what you think of the show if you’re already tuning in and if you aren’t, you certainly should! After all, this kind of light family drama is what helps get through the day.

“Valantino” screens exclusively on Watch It, in addition to CBC, DMC and ON TV channels.

 

 

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Hetet Hekaya: Artists and Filmmakers Come Together to Entertain us In A Creative Way!

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This quarantine made us appreciate the power of collaboration and how together can truly achieve greatness. And that’s how ‘Hetet Hekaya’ came to life.

It’s a product of dedication and creativity by our favorite filmmakers and artists, who are always looking for ways to keep us entertained.

An initiative aiming purely at entertaining and inspiring people, ‘Hetet Hekaya’ captures the essence of collaboration through a 30-episode story simply executed to unravel throughout the holy month of Ramadan by our favorite celebrities, artists, writers, content creators and filmmakers.

 

The story itself revolves around a group of employees working in a hyper market, yet in the middle of this restless job they are looking for an artistic alternative to their mechanic and boring current job, one that might bring them closer or not, but most
important it’s a collaborative one.

The first ‘Hekaya’ is told by the exceptional and ‘Hetet Hekaya’ enthusiast, Tamer Habib. And everyday a different celebrity will tell us their ‘Hekaya’.

 

The episodes are featuring a long list of celebrities and entertainers including Mohamed Farrag, Riham Abdel Ghafour, Abu, Ahmed Bahaa, Mariam Naoum, Arwa Gouda and Hady El Bagoury to name just a few.

It’s also worth mentioning that the initiative is not branded, non sponsored and non profitable. Creators, celebrities and partners are coming together purely to help keep the public entertained.

It’s just a result of a number of artists doing what they love the most! Creating art with a message and aim to entertain.

Follow their official Instagram page for all the upcoming episodes you shouldn’t miss!

This great initiative is brought to you by Random Content, in partnership with:
-Musiq
-Ginger TM
-The Producers
-Hama Film Productions
-Grasp Studios
-The Carousel World

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Ways Celebrities Are Spending their Quarantine

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Tameem Younes

In light of everything that’s been going on in Egypt, people have been stuck at home for the time being trying to make use of their time. The Coronavirus has taken a big toll on us Egyptians by basically banning us from doing anything for safety precautions.

Some people are taking the situation lately and still going out while others are respectfully trying to keep calm and safe by staying at home. Staying at home is not a punishment but rather a way to keep everyone safe. What we’ve known so far about the virus is that it infects people who have a very low immunity system as well as older people.

With that said, it is important to stay at home to ensure the safety of your family, your loved ones, and lastly yourself. You wouldn’t want to be the reason someone you care for gets very sick all because you were impatient to wait this out at home.

Which is why, we are proud of the Egyptian celebrities who have been handling matters pretty maturely. Since celebrities and major figures are usually the people we tend to follow, they took it to their liberty to raise major awareness to their followers by telling them why it’s crucial to stay at home and follow the rules. Some are even promoting for Resala because they’re gathering funds to pay for people who are less fortunate and who are getting affected badly by the coronavirus quarantine.

Not just that, but some people like well known directors have been encouraging people to use their time wisely at home. Some even said that you don’t need to do something major or out of the ordinary by becoming a perfect artist in one day or doing anything extravagant, you could just spend your time relaxing or maybe doing nothing, whatever floats your boat.

Tameem Younis

Your favorite comedian spent his time creating something out of absolutely nothing. Now this is by far our favor quarantine post!

Mohamed Mekawy

There you have it, this is Mohamed’s way of reminding you not to forget to spray yourself with alcohol. Funniest thing yet is that he did it through the top trending Coronavirus application, TikTok. Spritz spritz!

Hend Sabri

Our one and only Tunisian actress loved by all has done a video telling people how important it is to follow protocols and stay at home in order to keep everyone safe by spending it at home.

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