New 2016 research shows eggs are associated with a 12% reduction in the risk of stroke. The report says, "This systematic review and meta-analysis underscores prior research, showing the lack of a relationship between eggs and heart disease and now suggests a possible beneficial effect of eating eggs on risk of stroke."
Another recent 2016 report suggests adding whole eggs to salads to increase Vitamin E absorption from vegetables.
Ibn Qayyim in "Medicine of the Prophet" quotes Ibn Sina has saying it makes for healthy blood, strengthens the heart and is a mild nourishment and quotes another as saying it is good for the throat, lung, bladder and kidneys.
As-Suyuti in "Medicine of the Prophet" advises that there is perfect balance in the egg and that it is an aphrodisiac.
Chishti in "The Traditional Healers Handbook" confirms that eggs are 'garmi' - warming.