Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Health

111-year-old Saudi shares secrets, memories

“I eat dates and drink camel milk,” 111-year-old Khunaifar Al Dhiyabi, a Saudi national, said when asked about the secret of his long life. Al...

Saudi: Pharmacists sell antibiotics without medical prescriptions

More than 200 pharmacists face jail time for selling antibiotics without medical prescriptions.The Ministry of Health organized an inspection campaign last week to ensure...

A cure for 3/4 of cancer sufferers within a decade?

Thanks to revolutionary advances in medical technology, three quarters of cancer patients will survive for at least ten years after diagnosis within the next decade, experts...

Schools remain closed for 4th day due to bad weather

JEDDAH: Schools in parts of Saudi Arabia will be closed Thursday, for the fourth straight day, to maintain the safety of students due to...

Heart Attack Cases Among Bahraini Pilgrims On The Rise

Dr. Ibrahim Farouk Obaid, head of the medical committee, stressed that number of cases suffering heart attacks among Bahraini pilgrims increased to 4, adding...

Kuwait: Family Residence visas for expats halted

Kuwait has reportedly halted the issuance of family residence visas for the parents and siblings of foreign workers in the country. Kuwait Times cited security sources...

Saudi: New Tough Punishments For Traffic Violations Issued

Saudi Arabia has issued tough new punishments for traffic violations including fines and lengthy prison sentences for causing injury or death, according to reports.Saudi...

Partner Workout

Bahrain-based “Fit Aussie” Hayley Biddle teaches us how to help ourselves and our partners get the health and body we want.One of the best...

Cooling collars to keep Dubai street cleaners cool

The Waste Management Department of the Dubai Municipality recently distributed "cooling collars" to its cleaners to protect them from summer heat and humidity, when noontime temperatures...

Philippines demands explanation as Kuwait expels envoy

 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has alleged that Arab employers routinely rape their Filipina workers, force them to work 21 hours a day and feed...
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