The World Health Organisation has urged health workers around the world to be on the alert for symptoms of the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS), which has the potential to circle the globe and cause a pandemic.
One of the world's longest running drug development sagas may draw to a close this month as French firm Sanofi hopes for a European green light for its new multiple sclerosis medicine Lemtrada.
The drug's quarter-century journey from a laboratory in Cambridge, England, to
China led a rise in global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions to a record high in 2012, casting doubt over the chances of limiting global warming to what scientists regard as an acceptable level.
Falls in CO2 emissions by the
Etisalat, one of the largest telecoms operators in the region, participated at the recent first Ajman Green Economy Conference 2013 to highlight its key environmental initiatives.
The event titled ‘Less Carbon for Sustainable Development’ was held at the Kempinski Hot
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is carrying out a health and socio-economic survey in Dubai, which aims to understand health issues and risk factors that affect the population of the emirate.
The study, which will involve 3,000 families in Dubai, is expected to contribute in est
Significant colour vision defects were revealed in the vast majority of the Emirati population that was tested in a study that included locals with and without diabetes, according to a report.
Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai, the first overseas branch of Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS
Abu Dhabi healthcare firm Al Noor Hospitals plans to raise between $320 million and $390 million by offloading up to 34 percent of the company's stock through a flotation in London, it said on Monday.
Al Noor, the larg