The study was conducted by the Health Promotion Department, HPD, at the Supreme Council for Family Affairs Sharjah in cooperation with the University of Sharjah.
Improving technology and digitalisation have sure contributed to the coping of countries and governments with the one-year-old Novel Coronavirus pandemic. Yet, the most compelling realisation is that health is the key to happiness, dependent on one’s attitude and perspective in life; and for which each and every individual must be responsible for.
Millennials may no longer relate to the slumbook. That which is either personalised or commercially bought “little book” wherein cousins and dear friends, aside from filling up the blanks about who they are, also carefully ponder on and write about “what is love” and “have you been in love.”
Faithful in the UAE and all around the world are busy accumulating the virtues of Ramadan in the time of lockdowns and social distancing.
Betting and wagering of any kind are not allowed. But I bet there are so many people out there who have lost track of things. For example, since the pandemic has played havoc with our normal existence who here has often lost track of what day of the week it is? Take today, for example, is it Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday? Who can remember without looking at their phones? Sometimes I don’t even remember what date in the month it is. Everyday feels the same now.
This was during her visit to a Hot Burger outlet in Santa Cruz de la Sierra on Sunday, one of her favorite food chains, where she got scared at seeing a human finer in her meal.
Upon his arrival at the Zayed Center for Research in Rare Diseases Mohamed was received by Sajid Javid, Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Nazim Al Zahawi, British Minister of Education, Matthew Shaw, CEO of Great Ormond Street Hospital, and Professor Rosalind Smith, Director of the Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health at University College London.
British government on Friday decided to take Pakistan and some other countries off its "red list" for international travel after almost five months, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said.
A brotherly meeting brings together Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, and UAE’s National Security Adviser Sheikh Tahnoun Bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the Red Sea.