Regional tensions and upheavals could threaten public health, Bahrain’s Premier said yesterday (February 24).
He urged the international medical community to sound alarm bells and warn against potential epidemics and infecti
Money exchange firms in Bahrain have stepped up vigilance amid unconfirmed reports of fake Saudi currency circulating in the market.
Representatives of three companies in Bahrain, asked not to be identified, said they were aware o
Bahraini men are some of the fattest in the world, according to a new book.
The Economist's Pocket World in Figures 2015 puts Bahrain fourth in the world for portly men, with 31 per cent of the adult male population reportedly
A warning has gone out to fishermen to be 'extra cautious' following sightings of a rare species of dolphin in Bahraini waters.
The Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) said a special team that checks water quality and m
Bahrain has one of the highest rates of diabetes prevalence in the world, said its Health Ministry.
According to new figures released by the ministry yesterday (August 17), 15.4 per cent of Bahrainis aged over 20 suffer from diabetes, s
The director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told lawmakers on Thursday he has activated the agency's emergency operation centre at the highest response level to fight the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
Healthcare workers in Bahrain are on high alert to detect and properly manage any suspected cases of the deadly Ebola virus.
Despite the low risk of the virus spreading to Bahrain, nurses and medics are being kept informed about the act
Gulf countries, including Bahrain, should be on high alert amid increasing fears of an extremist insurgency gaining access into the region, according to experts.
They say GCC forces should also be prepared to t
Interpol has issued an international alert for a 17-year-old Bahraini who went missing last month.
The world's largest police organisation has circulated a Yellow Notice to 190 member countries as part of e
Authorities have blamed workers for putting their own lives at risk by living in 'rogue' labour accommodations.
Workers often live in dilapidated structures registered as residential buildings which make it difficult for i