Recent figures from insurance giant Zurich International Life showed that cancer (44 per cent) and heart disease (41 per cent) account for the majority of critical illness claims in the UAE.
Across the Middle East, the average age
Kleindienst, the largest European developer in the UAE and developer of The Heart of Europe in Dubai, has revealed plans for its St Petersburg Island – the first dedicated island honeymoon resort in the UAE.
Designed in the
Telecom firm Zain Bahrain recently launched ‘From the Heart’, a first-of-its-kind therapeutic advice service which customers can receive via SMS.
The service consists of exclusive text, audio and video clips from Saudi psych
Stress and unhealthy living are driving up levels of heart disease among the Gulf’s young Indian population, according to a visiting expert reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
A relatively high intake of dietary cholesterol, or earing one egg every day, are not associated with an elevated risk of incident coronary heart disease, according to a recent study.
The new study from the Uni
Dunkin' Donuts has launched a special donut in line with the spirit of the Valentine's Day season.
The coffee and baked goods chain are marking this special day of love by bringing back its much-loved h
Medical experts from around the world will discuss latest cardiovascular treatments at a four-day meeting that starts today (January 26). The Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Review is being organised by the US-based medical research group in associ
Health services in Bahrain received a fresh injection yesterday with the opening of a new 50-bed heart rehabilitation unit. Health Minister Faeqa Al Saleh cut the ribbon to inaugurate the unit at the Ebrahim K Kanoo Community Medical Centre in
Cardiologists from Rashid Hospital performed two live procedures which were transmitted live at Gulf PCR-Gulf European Angioplasty congress, which recently concluded in Dubai, UAE.
Rashid Hospital’s cath
The advances in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease will be the focus of a conference to take place in Dubai, UAE next month.
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