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Health

Dubai Health Authority call centre open 24/7
Official said the customer centric approach will ensure callers have 24/7 access to get their queries resolved.
The Rumination Trap
‘You’ll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind.’ Irish Proverb
Shortage of sleep clinics keeps eyes wide open
24% men and 21% women in the UAE have sleep disorders related to sleep apnea, treatment for which comes at a price. Insurance often doesn’t cover sleep disorders, while at a government hospital, the waiting period to register is nine months.
Terry Fox Run in Abu Dhabi, RAK on Friday
Funds valued at a total of Dh3 million will go towards financing a further 16 cancer projects, nine of which are in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Surgeries not needed to treat kidney stones, health experts
Doctors said patients could treat stones in kidney, bladder and ureter but could get them treated by directing shockwaves to the target area.
Health Ministry to launch Smart Family Race
The race is aimed at reducing the risks of cardiovascular diseases, which are considered the primary cause of death in the UAE.
UAE’s men and women on the perfect 10 craze
People in the UAE want to look like pop stars say plastic surgeons as cosmetic surgeries continue to gain popularity.
No walks and no parks during hazy weather, warn doctors
The dust particles during sandstorm can settle down in the lungs and can trigger asthma attacks and allergic reaction in children.
Wearable devices for diabetes and heart diseases
The prevalence of diabetes and other heart-related illnesses continues to grow at an accelerated pace, affecting one in 10 people in the Gulf states.
Dubai Health Authority introduces smart personnel kiosk for employees.
The first kiosk has been set up at Latifa Hospital and services are available in three languages: Arabic, English and Urdu.
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