Monday, December 17, 2018

Health

Sarayat season in Kuwait brings unstable weather

Kuwait was affected by a sandstorm yesterday with authorities advising the public to be cautious when using highways because of the low visibility caused...

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...

Saudi to be prosecuted for calling expat doctor a ‘black slave’

Attacked doctor (in grey) and Dr. Al Rabia (in traditional clothes) Source: Twitter/SaudiMOHLate on Thursday, Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health announced that its officials will take legal action against...

Gang arrested in Kuwait for tampering with expats’ blood tests

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health’s (MoH) Assistant Undersecretary for Public Health, Dr. Majda Al Qattan, said on Friday that a group of people were...

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...

Saudi: Nearly 6,000 doctors are jobless in the kingdom

Nearly 6,000 Saudi doctors including 94 post graduates are jobless, according to statistics released by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS).The number of...

Abu Dhabi: Beach Closed After Spotting Whale Shark

Al Bahar beach, based in the city's Corniche, will be a no-go area for swimmers until Friday, management at the leisure spot announced as a...

Saudi: Border Guards Rescue Turkish Sailor At Sea

Saudi border guards in the eastern region rescued a Turkish sailor at sea after he suffered from a medical emergency.Saudi maritime patrols by border...

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...

Dubai Will DNA Test 3 Million Residents – including expats –...

Controversial plans to genetically test everyone living in Dubai have raised fears that the privacy of three million people could be used to discriminate. In...

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