Sunday, February 17, 2019

Bill restricting Brazil abortions inspires anger

RIO DE JANEIRO: It is a disturbing scene: a Brazilian rape victim arrives at the hospital seeking an abortion, but first she must prove...

H1N1 case in a private school

KUWAIT: Minister of Education and Higher Education Bader Al-Essa said yesterday that there was one confirmed case of Swine Flu (H1N1) of a six...

How mobile phones are making childbirth safer in Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA: In Ethiopia where almost nine in every 10 women give birth at home after pregnancies with little or no medical support, a...

Your eyes choose the cleansing expert

DUBAI: Applying makeup is a very important part of many women's daily routine. Here in this region especially, applying kohl is a strong Arabic...

Al-Jothen pioneers the beauty educational industry

KUWAIT: Al- Jothen, one of the top distributors of world-leading professional beauty brands across the Middle East and in Kuwait, recently joined venture with...

India’s ‘medicine man’ brings pills to the poor – ‘The health care costs have...

NEW DELHI: It's early morning but already "Medicine Baba" Omkarnath Sharma is pounding the pavement in one of New Delhi's upscale neighborhoods, collecting the...

Nestle’s Maggi noodles return to India after ‘crisis’

MUMBAI: Nestle's hugely popular Maggi noodles returned yesterday to shelves in India five months after the government banned them over lead levels, in one...

Sierra Leone emerges from Ebola nightmare

FREETOWN: The Ebola epidemic is expected to be declared over in Sierra Leone on Saturday, when the west African nation will have gone 42...

Mornings exclusive for Kuwaitis at outpatient clinics

KUWAIT: Following a two-year experimental period at Jahra hospital where outpatient clinics only received citizens during morning working hours and expatriates during the afternoon,...

Saudi says fossil fuels still needed despite global warming fears

RIYADH: Leading crude exporter Saudi Arabia supports efforts to limit global warming but believes fossil fuels should remain part of the world energy mix,...

Recent study shows indicates ways of ruling out heart attacks faster

DUBAI: The Lancet published recently results that show Abbott's ARCHITECT STAT High Sensitive Troponin-I (hsTnl) test may rule out heart attacks to help doctors...

Al-Sayer Group Joins Cancer Aware Nation Campaign – ‘You deserve Our Care and attention’

KUWAIT: In view of their interest in the community affairs, Al-Sayer Group CSR and Al-Sayer Medical held a joint campaign in the activities of...

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