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.

A beacon of hope: New protections for Saudi women

According to the Saudi Newspaper Okaz, during the last ten days, the Saudi Ministry of Justice issued four important decisions and proposals to limit the abuse...

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...

PH hails benefits for 50,000 Filipino helpers in Qatar

The Philippines hailed a new law in Qatar that gives benefits such as limited working hours, annual vacations, and paid sick leaves to domestic...

Saudi: Traffic Rule Violations Decline Drastically!

According to the latest figures of the General Department of Traffic, the fatalities in traffic accidents have fallen by 33% and injuries by 21%...

Dubai Ruler Pays Hospital Bills Of A Tourist After Tragedy

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has extended financial help to a Russian woman whose mother died after a sudden cardiac arrest...

How to beat jet-lag

I have always struggled with jet-lag. Then a few years ago I discovered the joys of intermittent fasting and not only did I lose weight,...

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...

Kuwait: Spices Imported From Philippines Confiscated & Destroyed

22,912 kilograms of spices imported from the Philippines at Shuwaikh Port, Kuwait were confiscated and destroyed by the Department of Imported Food at Public Authority for Food and...

Bahrain: action urged against stockpiling cigarettes

Tourists from Saudi Arabia are initially thought to have been buying up stocks to avoid higher prices back home, but now speculation abounds that...

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...
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