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...

29% of deaths in Kuwait attributed to coronary artery disease – Importance of children...

KUWAIT: Professor Andrew Taylor, an expert in Cardiology for Great Ormond Street Hospital, discusses the importance of children maintaining a healthy heart in order...

Dead comet with skull face to hurtle by Earth on Halloween

MIAMI: A massive space rock that will shave by Earth on Halloween looks like a dead comet with a skull face, NASA said after...

Two-thirds of people under 50 have herpes

GENEVA: More than 3.7 billion people under 50 have the highly-infectious and incurable herpes virus that causes sores around the mouth and sometimes on...

Nigerian ‘local gin’ makers strong despite health ban

LAGOS: In many parts of southern Nigeria, no traditional ceremony or ritual is complete without a tot or two of locally brewed alcohol or...

Australia: Linking sausages to tobacco risk ‘a farce’ – IARC issues report after analyzing...

SYDNEY: One of the world's top meat exporters Australia yesterday ridiculed a landmark UN report linking sausages and ham to cancer, saying it was...

Nestle restarts Maggi noodle production in India

MUMBAI: Nestle said yesterday it had restarted production of Maggi noodles in India after a government ban was overturned, in a major step towards...

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7th March