The General Directorate of Civil Defence-Abu Dhabi has announced it has banned the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders in all the buildings and facilities using central gas.
An Emirati Internal Medicine consultant called for more liver health and diseases discussions and more importantly, strategies for implementation, as a policy document on this issue was made available to the public on Sunday.
The Ministry of Health and Community Protection revealed “Johnson & Johnson’s” contact lenses and a Japanese medicine called Antoirel for the treatment of influenza. The new medicine, if taken 48 hours before the patient feels the symptoms of the bacteria, or very high in the heat, reduces the duration of the disease from one week to one or two days maximum, according to Director of Drug Administration at the Ministry, Dr Rukia Al Bastaki.
More than 300 people from different segments of the society including a large number of blue collar labourers have attended the blood donation campaign on Friday. The campaign was organised in continuation of Pehal International’s CSR initiative PCT (Pehal Charitable Trust) Humanity, a non-profit organization, at Terrazzo Labour Camp, Dubai Investment Park 1.
Over 400 labourers have been provided a number of free medical tests as part of the World Labour Day celebration by the Media Wing of Pakistan Association Dubai (PAD).
A gynaecologist/obstetrician in the UAE and a sleep specialist in the US said getting enough sleep should be in everyone’s consciousness no matter how busy or stressed one is with work and social affairs.
A Church of Scientology cruise ship quarantined by the Caribbean nation of St. Lucia for measles is due to arrive on Saturday back at its home port on the island of Curacao,
A metabolic and obesity physician in the capital explained recently the common bad habits to avoid during the fasting month. “Swap high-calorie meals with healthier home-made ones and cut down on carbohydrates. If you are medically fit, try moderate intensity exercise like brisk walking, jogging or gym for at least 150 minutes per week,” advised Healthpoint’s Head of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery, Abu Dhabi, Dr Mohammed Al Hadad.
Fitness and enjoyment are the key elements at ‘Ramadan Sports Hour’, which is in its third consecutive year. The community programme is showing the Sharjah residents and visitors that workouts can be fun.
The Excellence in Oncology Care Conference and Exhibition – EIOC, dedicated to the latest scientific and technology advances in Oncology Care is set to take place from the 17th to the 19th of October, 2019 at the Intercontinental Festival City in Dubai.