The parents of a baby who weighed less than an iPad when born 14 weeks prematurely in Dubai have paid a tribute to the medical team who performed a 'miracle' to keep their son alive.
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A surgical team at Bahrain’s Salmaniya Medical Complex has successfully performed a delicate surgery on a two-day-old baby girl born with congenital duodenal obstruction.
She is presently kept under observation in the Neonat
A Bahrain mother and her two-year-old baby had to spend 26 hours on board an Indian warship after they were rescued from war-torn Yemen.
Indian Neha Mistry, who is married to 32-year-old Bahraini Shehab Samander, was trapped in Ta
The red-and-blue ball rolls down a ramp and, thanks to a little bit of trickery, seems to pass right through a purple wall.
The 11-month-old girl watching the demonstration appears surprised, then grasps the ball and bangs it on a
An 18-month-old baby girl died on board a Gulf Air flight bound for Bahrain from Cochin, India, yesterday, said a report.
Hrishipriya, the only daughter of Bahrain residents Binoy Mundakkal and Ashwini Binoy, fell ill while enrout
A Jordanian woman gave birth to a baby girl aboard Royal Jordanian's New York-bound Boeing 787 Dreamliner on January 20.
RJ indicated that the 33-year-old mother went into labour four hours before landing at the JFK airport in New Y
A minute after the fireworks went-off announcing the start of the year, Wasin was born at Abu Dhabi’s tertiary healthcare facility, Burjeel Hospital.
The first baby to be born in 2015, he arrived Tariq Khader and his wife, J
UAE's Ministry of Health took urgent measures to stop the circulation of certain brands of artificial formula after they were found to be contaminated by bacteria that causes botulism - a deadly condition that could lead to paralysis in babi
Prince William and his wife Kate gave the world its first glimpse of their new baby on Tuesday when they left hospital to a barrage of camera flashes with the boy who is third in line to the British throne.
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Belgian doctors have developed a low-cost version of test-tube baby technology for use in developing countries, where sophisticated Western systems are unaffordable for most couples.
The researchers said on Mon