Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Health

Expat Life in GCC, Accident rates and fatalities, Qualification of Employees in Job Sector in GCC, Healthy Lifestyle, Climate Updates and Implementation of Road Safety Measures.

Dubai Restaurants Should Mention Calorie Count On Menus

Restaurants in Dubai should declare in their menus the calorie content of all ready-to-eat food items, Dubai Municipality has said in a circular.Dubai Municipality...

Bahrain: Ban On Sale Of Energy Drinks To Children Proposed

Bahrain proposes a plan to ban the sale of energy drinks to those under 18 years.The Shura Council may recommend a restriction on children...

Bahrain: Fire Breaks Out At Labour Accommodation; Expat Dead

A fire broke out at a labour accommodation facility in Salmabad, where one expat died and three others suffered burn injuries.According to sources, the...

Saudi: Medicines Worth Millions Stolen From Government Hospital

Five Bangladeshi expatriates have been arrested for stealing large quantities of medicines from the warehouse of a government hospital in Madinah.The officers seized medicines...

UAE: Burj Khalifa To Go Dark For An Hour Today

Burj Khalifa will switch off their lights in solidarity for the planet, to raise the awareness about the importance of nature and to encourage individuals,...

Bahrain Ranks Among Top 25 Healthiest Countries In The World

Bahrain also ranks among the top 25 countries in the world and has become the second-healthiest country, after Oman, in the Middle East and...

Use Of Antibiotics In UAE Almost Reduced To Half

The use of antibiotics has been reduced by 43% in the UAE as health authorities banned pharmacies from handing over antibiotics without a prescription.Antibacterial resistance...

New Health Cards For Bahraini Patients Announced

The Health Ministry has announced that more than 150,000 health cards will be distributed to Bahraini patients through registered health centres.The move is part...

Abu Dhabi: Fog Causes Accidents Involving 68 Vehicles

The command and control centres of the Abu Dhabi Police said it received 205 emergency calls of traffic accidents on Thursday in Abu Dhabi,...

Bahrain: Fatal Traffic Accidents Drop By 50%

The number of fatal traffic accidents in the Kingdom has reduced by 50% in the past five years, said the Director-General of Traffic, Brigadier...
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