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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Health & Education

Health and healthcare keeps evolving with time. So does education. It is important for everyone to stay aware and be in the loop with the recent developments. Be it the laws implemented recently or the mishaps that has taken place, we have included all of it to keep the reader well informed through our digital news platform.Health and Education in Gulf Insider comprises of all that you need to know about the developments in health and education in GCC, especially in Bahrain. Gulf Insider takes it up as our responsibility to enable readers to stay in line with the current developments in the health and education sectors.

Summer predicted to reach 100% humidity

Signs that the season is changing – your glasses mist up, the shirt sticks to your back or your hair goes all frizzy. But what...

What’s stopping you from getting rich

Journalist Napoleon Hill researched more than 500 self-made millionaires over 20 years before releasing his 1937 bestseller, “Think and Grow Rich.” In addition to...

7 Ways To Make Yourself Work Harder

Every month Gulf Insider publish 4 pages that reveal brilliant secrets for winning in business and life. The techniques are provided by top international...

SCE denies fish deaths in Busaiteen

The Supreme Council for the Environment (SCE) yesterday denied that thousands of dead fish were found on  the coasts of Busaiteen, similar to a...

Maisa Sheikh – Entrepreneur

M aisa Sheikh, Managing Director of Sparadise, is a Yemen-born entrepreneur who was inspired to create and develop four spas in Bahrain through her own...

Saudi students claim; “it’s okay to cheat in English exams”

A religious scholar in Saudi Arabia has rubbished claims by students that they could cheat in their English exams because it was not their...

Price hike won’t stop Bahrain’s smokers

Small and medium businesses continue to suffer as Ministry of Health (MoH) takes a strong stand on its cigarette license fee hike.MoH’s hike in...

School closures due to sandstorm in Saudi

All schools in the Makkah region of Saudi have been closed since yesterday due to a sandstorm that has severely limited visibility, disrupted traffic,...

Dubai get’s tough on employees taking time off for ‘sick leave’

It seems that gone are the days when employees can treat sick leave simply as extra paid holidays by their employer. Predated sick leave...

“Heaviest woman” admitted to UAE hospital for treatment

An Egyptian woman who was believed to have been the world's heaviest has been admitted to a hospital in Abu Dhabi to receive further...
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