Jumeirah Restaurant Group (JRG), the homegrown restaurant management company based in Dubai, will expand its portfolio of international restaurants and brands with the launch of Flow, a new healthy eating and creative hub in Jumeirah Emirates To
Encouraging people to eat a low-fat diet is making Britain's weight problem worse, not better, and it is having a disastrous impact on health, two anti-obesity campaign groups said on Monday.
In a report questioned by other he
Tetra Pak, a leading food processing and packaging solutions company, highlighted solutions for healthy eating and obesity, with a presentation at the Next Generation Manufacturing Conference, held alongside Gulfood Manufacturing 2015.
A passenger travelling on Qatar Airways' Doha-Cape Town flight is suing the airline after a spider-bite on-board turned fatal, nearly costing him a leg, or worse, his life, said a report.
Jonathon Hogg recounted the horrific moments
Low-self esteem, poor body image and a perception of not meeting the modern ideal of masculinity are driving more men to consume over-the-counter body-building supplements, constituting what researchers believe is an emerging eating disorder.
A variation of a gene that can lead teenagers to binge eat has been identified by a team from the UCL Institute of Child Health, the research partner of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The researchers hope the finding will allow a b
Physical activity has little role in tackling obesity - and instead public health messages should squarely focus on unhealthy eating, doctors say.
In an editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, three international expe
Food wastage will increase by 25 per cent during Ramadan because people develop unhealthy and wasteful eating habits, according a top environmentalist.
Supreme Council for Environment waste disposal unit head Rehan Ahmed said disp
Bahrain police will be out in force to ensure people do not breach a ban on eating and drinking in public during the fasting hours of Ramadan.
Patrols will be stepped up across the country to catch offenders, who could face fines of up to
More than half of Dubai residents (about 59 per cent) are not consuming enough fruits and vegetables to keep themselves healthy, according to a comprehensive survey conducted by The Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
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