Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Health

American Pilot Killed, Saudi Trainee injured In Helicopter Crash

An American pilot working with Saudi Arabia's National Guard was killed and his Saudi student trainee injured when their helicopter crashed in Riyadh on...

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...

Saudi: 26 Injured In Houthi Missile Fired Over Najran

Saudi Arabia shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen's Houthi rebels on Wednesday, with shrapnel leaving 26 people wounded, a Riyadh-led coalition fighting...

Saudi: Ban On Malaysian Poultry Import over bird flu fears

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture issued a temporary ban on importing living birds, hatching eggs and chicks from Malaysia.Head of the...

Oman: Over 10 tonnes of juice destroyed

Over 10 tonnes of juice that was seized at the Hafeet port has been destroyed, Municipal authorities have announced.Officials revealed that the large amount...

New slimming pill PROVEN to help people lose weight and keep it...

A new slimming pill could help millions fight middle-age spread, a major study has found. Scientists say lorcaserin is three times more effective than dieting...

Oman: Health Insurance To Be Mandatory Next Year

Compulsory national health insurance could be in place by early next year, according to the head of the Oman Medical Association.The national insurance system...

Saudi Medical Students Allowed To Continue Training In Canada

More than 1,000 Saudi medical students ordered to leave Canada because of a diplomatic row have been granted an extension that would allow them...

Bahrain: Magnetic Beads Found In 14-Month Old Girl’s Stomach

A Bahraini child who swallowed magnet beads has today undergone a successful surgical operation at the Salmaniya Medical Complex.The girl, who suffered continuous vomiting,...

Air Pollution Shrinks Nearly 1.5 Years Of Average Saudi’s Life

Air pollution shortens an average Saudi’s life by nearly 1.5 years, according to a new report. The study by US-based scientists suggests that better air...
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