Fees waived for heart attacks

KUWAIT: Health Minister Sheikh Dr Basel Al-Sabah has waived medical fees for cardiac catheterization for non-Kuwaitis suffering from myocardial infarction admitted to...

200 surgeries performed at Jaber Hospital

KUWAIT: Chairman of Kuwait Association of Surgeons and the head of Jaber Hospital's surgery department Dr Salman Al-Sabah said 200 surgeries had...

Health Ministry ready to face any emergency in the region

Minister attends Kuwait Association of Surgeons' ghabqa KUWAIT: Health Minister Sheikh Dr Basel Al-Sabah...

Kuwaiti team uses new technique to remove brain tumor

KUWAIT: A Kuwaiti medical team succeeded in eradicating a brain tumor using the surgical technique 'Curve,' the latest in specialized treatment. The...

1,000 new cancer patients receive radiation therapy

KUWAIT: The International Atomic Energy Agency said Kuwait continuously works towards giving its citizens better health care, adding that this is one...

LED light can damage eye’s retina, disturb sleep health authority warns

MAISONS-ALFORT: The "blue light" in LED lighting can damage the eye's retina and disturb natural sleep rhythms, France's government-run health watchdog said...

Kuwaiti doctors treat refugees

ANKARA: Kuwait's Al-Shifaa medical team conducted 50 checkups and 27 surgeries for Syrian patients at Sevgi hospital, Reyhanli town, Hatay province, south...

Chinese medicine center ready in 3 months

KUWAIT: Members of the Chinese delegation pose for a group photo with Kuwaiti officials KUWAIT: Director of the...

Young Afghan amputee’s joy at dancing on new leg

With his hands in the air and an infectious grin spreading from ear to ear, a young Afghan boy whirls around a...

Visiting doctors conduct 11 surgeries at Jahra Hospital

KUWAIT: Head of Fertility Medicine at Jahra Hospital Dr Hazim Al-Rumaih said the visit of Dr Majid...

90 infected by HIV syringe in Pakistan

KARACHI: At least 90 people, including 65 children, are believed to have been infected with the HIV virus in Pakistan by a...

US measles outbreak raises questions about immunity in adults

WASHINGTON: Adults in the United States who were vaccinated against measles decades ago may need a new dose depending on when they...

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