This month, the American Medical Association invested $15 million dollars in eight ambitious programmes to address the workplace needs of our current health system. Among the goals of this grant was to address the crisis of burnout among training physicians by investing in wellness innovations.
For a nation to be happy, it has to be smart. And the UAE knows this best. The digital transformation of most aspects of life in the country sends an amazingly positive feeling — more so when it concerns health and medical advancement.
The UAE’s healthcare industry is marching ahead bucking the global trends and the country offers a range of new specialised services and treatments for residents. Homeopathy is the 2nd largest system of medicine in the world according to World Health Organization. It is practiced in 86 countries and is consumed by over 200 million people globally.
Delivering upon its commitment to improve the availability and accessibility of quality healthcare services in Oman, Aster Al Raffah Hospitals & Clinics are now serving patients with its newest 22-bed Aster Hospital located in Ibri. The new facility further strengthens Aster DM Healthcare’s offering in primary and secondary care services in Oman.
The Director of The Big Heart Foundation, TBHF, has said that World Health Day is designed to raise awareness about the importance of establishing the right to full universal healthcare for all, especially the poor, needy and refugees, whose care is a priority for TBHF.
Parents should never fear vaccinations which have been proven to keep diseases at bay.
Lifestyle diseases which have plagued the world for years may lead to haemophilia—the inability of the blood to clot generally due to gene aberrations—and so the more people have to be more careful with their way and state of living.
Travellers going to countries recorded as endemic to malaria are advised to take precautionary measures.
A frequent UAE visitor, medical doctor-turned-natural health advocate and vegan who has observed the increasing healthy lifestyle among the residents and the growing number of “healthy restaurants” in major areas, encourages everyone to grow their own organic vegetable gardens even in small plots and up in the terraces.
In contrast to most EU countries, there’s hope in Romania for at least one positive side-effect from Brexit — health workers returning from the UK or not leaving home, which could alleviate the crippling labour shortage in the country’s hospitals.