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E-cigarettes can help kick that butt, says expert
E-cigarettes 95% less injurious than normal ones, but still remain banned in the region.
Stroke treatment to be less painful at RAK hospital
The new endoscopic technology will help in the treatment of brain diseases through portraying the deep areas of the brain, according to Dr Myung Whun-sung, the CEO of the hospital.
Test your blood for healthy babies
Expert suggests genetic testing could reduce the number of birth defects as more than 75 out of every 1,000 live births here result in a birth defect.
Adolescence: Truths for our Youth
I dedicate this article to those who may know of or have an adolescent yourself who could benefit from some words of wisdom.
Keratin can cause cancer, warns DM
Keratin hair straightening products contains cancer causing substance formaldehyde above the permissible limit, warns Dubai Municipality.
Too much exposure to TV can disrupt child’s cognitive growth
Expert at parenting programme says too much exposure to television, computer and digital devices can disrupt a child’s cognitive growth and may delay his/her language skills.
Abu Dhabi shuts 20 shops for tobacco rule violations
The shops near mosques, educational institutions and residential areas were closed after being non-responsive to warnings by the municipality.
Abu Dhabi recalls Otrivin nasal spray
Otrivin nasal spray, which is prescribed for congested nose in cases of flu and allergy, has wrong dosage instructions in Arabic printed on the external sticker of the bottle.
Mers on the decline in UAE amid fresh cases
One death among seven Mers cases reported in first half of the year, compared to 50 cases reported last year
DHA's new initiative gets ‘friendly’ with clinics
Authority will send its ‘friendly’ inspectors to the medical centres to ensure whether they are getting adequate support to improve the quality of health care and meeting international standards.
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