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Health

Ebola suspect air passenger tests negative, leaves UAE
The suspect, who was coming from Liberia and transiting through the Dubai International Airport, was suffering from diarrhoea that aroused suspicions that he could have contracted Ebola.
Colour my World initiative to boost self-esteem of cancer patients
It teaches cancer patients and survivors to do their own makeover, enabling them to embrace a positive outlook and improve their self-esteem.
MoH launches cancer awareness campaign
The campaign aims to increase the health awareness of the community, enhance health safety and highlight that the disease’s early screening tests lead to easy diagnosis and treatment.
Hygiene course for canteen supervisors in Abu Dhabi
The one-day intensive course will be conducted in series to cover all 549 school female canteen supervisors in the emirate and who underwent training were given a test.
Pink Caravan to have mobile screening unit
Pink Caravan’s medical teams and nurses will provide free screenings for breast cancer in schools and other institutions this month.
Dealing with schizophrenia: A first person account
With the theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day being ‘Living with Schizophrenia’, we look at a first-person account.
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.
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