“Break the fast at Iftar by eating three dates. The reason is that after many hours of fasting, the body needs a source of energy like simple sugars or carbohydrates that it can burn up fast for a quick burst of energy. This provides glucose to all cells, especially the brain and the nervous system.”
An expatriate resident who had suffered a life-threatening skin syndrome which consequently became more serious because of its complications is now on his way to recovery after immediately taken to a hospital in Sharjah for medical assistance as a result of problems due to his medication.
High alert has been declared in Kerala on Tuesday following confirmation of deadly Nipah virus presence in the blood samples of a 23-year-old engineering student from Ernakulam by the National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune.
A leading life sciences company has launched its educational outreach campaign throughout schools in Dubai to promote awareness surrounding allergies, as one study found prevalence of allergic rhinitis in school children in some parts of the UAE to be as high as 36%.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) to conduct a cohort study titled “UAE Healthy Future Study”.
Over 407 million drops of polio vaccine have been delivered to more than 71 million Pakistani children as part of the Emirates Polio Campaign implemented in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan since 2014 till the end of April 2019, the UAE-Pakistan Assistance Programme (UAEPAP) has announced.
The Federal Authority for Human Resources (FAHR) has announced the recent activation of the electronic link between the sick leave of employees of ministries and federal bodies running the Federal Government’s Human Resources Information System with the electronic system of sick leave of the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday criticised the Kerala government for delaying his flagship Ayushman Bharat, billed as the world’s largest health scheme.
The Indian state of Bihar grappled Monday with twin crises, with a brain virus potentially linked to lychees killing over 100 children and extreme heat leaving 78 people dead.