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Rashid Hospital gets EU accreditation for stroke care
The accreditation makes Rashid Hospital the only establishment in the world outside the EU to receive such an accolade.
Medical professionals not ‘free’ to work in any emirate
Officials say ‘part-time’ work in another emirate would only be allowed in special cases and only if the relevant authority approved of it.
Ministry warns against buying health products online
Buying medical or health products through the Internet often have “dangerous” repercussions as they are not licensed by the ministry.
Homeopathy fast gaining popularity among Arabs
According to experts, people are resorting to homeopathy to treat allergies and diseases like hyperacidity.
Self-examination for breast cancer creates world record
971 women participated in initiative aimed at raising awareness
Using cotton-tipped swabs can harm your ears
Contrary to popular belief, cleaning out wax from your ears is not advisable, explains Dr Charanjeet Singh Notay, ENT Surgeon, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.
Mindful Moments
‘The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot.’
Ebola test: Passenger isolated at Dubai Airport
The purpose of the test was to ensure that the passenger arriving from Liberia through Morocco does not suffer from Ebola symptoms.
Ebola chances minimal but hospitals in UAE on alert
No official alert or infection control protocol until now; guidelines in place in healthcare facilities
Ebola ruled out in five Emirates passengers in Boston
Boston health officials said the five people were travelled from Dubai cleared of Ebola, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers) and meningococcal infection following discussions with nearby hospitals.
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