The global biomarkers market for diagnostic applications is set to reach about $30.6 billion in 2020 growing at CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) of 16 per cent from 2013 to 2020, a report said.
Disease diagnostic remains the k
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.
The fifth Annual Case Based Approach to Controversiers
A social media campaign aimed at raising funds to tackle one of Bahrain’s biggest killers has been launched. The initiative, from Aster DM Healthcare, is encouraging people to take a picture of anything heart-shaped and post it on Facebo
Medeor 24x7 Hospital Abu Dhabi has organised free screenings for residents of the emirate to combat cardiovascular diseases, which is the number one killer in the UAE.
Accounting for one in four deaths in the U
Health officials are hoping for some good news in Bahrain’s ongoing battle against heart disease, diabetes and cancer. These so-called non-communicable diseases are the leading cause of death in the country, with cardiovascular disease i
Infectious disease and antibiotic misuse were at the forefront of discussions at a major new medical conference that opened in Amwaj Islands yesterday (September 2). More than 350 international, regional and national experts have gathered for
Kuwait Red Crescent has launched a nationwide awareness campaign against rheumatoid in collaboration with the Patients’ Helping Fund Association.
The ‘Together Against Rheumatoid’ campaign aims at spreading the k
The World Bank Group has approved a $121 million credit and grant to support the Sahel Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases Project in Africa, according to a report.
It aims to increase access to community-level health services
Flynas, a leading low-cost airline of Saudi Arabia, has set new standards in-flight safety by adding Virus Guard disinfectant wet wipes and sprays to its in-flight hygiene in a move to protect passengers from viruses such as MERS, Birdflu.
An outbreak of disease among Bahraini cattle that causes chronic weakness and skin lesions poses no threat to humans, officials have said.
In a move to ease fears about the country's food supply, the Agriculture and Marine Res