UAE expected to account for 26% of spending
New technology could help prevent age-related diseases such as Alzheimer’s
Dubai-based healthcare provider will also acquire three new hospitals
Reverse takeover of Abu Dhabi’s Al Noor was announced in October
Gulf Business event highlights the need for both new technology and better lifestyle choices in the region
The 73-year-old reportedly contracted the virus earlier this month
Employers need to take measures to control the issue, writes Stephen MacLaren
Several multinationals have already begun using health monitoring apps in the workplace, writes Carole Khalife
The new clinic will be operated by US-based Houston Methodist Global Health Care Services
New prices will come into place from January 1
Both the patients are stable and are receiving necessary medical care, the Ministry of Health said.
Meeting will be held to discuss whether to elevate the status of the virus.
An international firm is scheduled to visit the Kingdom to discuss the manufacturing of a MERS vaccine.
All newly detected cases have shown no outward symptoms of the virus, HAAD said.
Revenue for the group, which operates three hospitals and 12 clinics in the UAE, rose 12.5 per cent year-on-year to $365 million in 2013.
Larger companies will need to implement the law by October 2014, says Dubai Health Authority.
The law places many restrictions on the sale of tobacco including a ban on advertisements and marketing in supermarkets.
The government-funded project will cover five million square metres and will be built in the Batnah region.
Hikma Pharmaceuticals delivers a strong first half performance in 2012.
The pharmaceutical company has seen a profit rise of 5.6 per cent for the first half of last year, with operating profit also up.
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