Sohar Port and Freezone in collaboration with Safety Region Rotterdam today (December 1) organised a health, safety, security and environment (HSSE) exercise inside the port’s Sohar Aluminium terminal.
Safety Region Rotterda
A study of one million people has found that physical inactivity costs the global economy $67.5 billion a year in healthcare and productivity losses, but an hour a day of exercise could eliminate most of that.
Disaster management and combating maritime terrorism will be the focus of joint naval drills taking place this week between Bahrain and India. Two Indian naval ships – INS Deepak and INS Tabar – will dock in Mina Salman Port today
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
Egyptian warships and fighter aircraft arrived in Bahrain yesterday (April 21), to take part in the joint military exercise 'Hamad 1'.
The drill, which engages Egyptian armed forces, reflects historic relations between the
Thousands of Shi'ite Muslim Houthi fighters, who control much of Yemen, held military exercises near the border with top oil exporter and Sunni power Saudi Arabia on Thursday, a Houthi commander said, adding to fears Yemen's chaos could
About 60 per cent of UAE residents are engaging in exercise between one to three times per week, for a healthy living, a 10 per cent increase, according to a recent study.
The Zarca Interactive study, conducted
HEC Paris, a leading European business school, joined hands with Thales Université to provide 20 EMBA and Specialised Master in Strategic Business Unit Management participants in Qatar with a training exer
From sophisticated activity trackers and chest-mounted cameras to massage rollers and yoga toes, fitness experts say gifts for people trying to get in shape or stay that way include everything from high-tech toys to basic workout gear.
Exercise may be just as good as medication to treat heart disease and should be included as a comparison when new drugs are being developed and tested, scientists said on Wednesday.
In a large review published in the British Medic