Zulekha Hospital, leading healthcare provider in the UAE, has partners with Dubai Health Authority to provide young people free vaccination against measles.
The new immunisation campaign against measles has been launched across th
The deadline to register for Haj has been extended by two weeks in Bahrain.
Vaccinations will start at the Health Ministry and health centres during the last week of this month, Bahrain Haj Mission president Shaikh Adnan Al Qattan was q
People planning to perform Haj are being urged to report to their respective health centres to undergo medical tests and get vaccinated during the last week of this month.
Haj Medical Mission co-ordination committee chairman Dr Al
Global vaccination targets for the year is far off-track with one in five children still missing out on routine life-saving immunisations that could avert 1.5 million deaths each year from preventable diseases, according to the World Health Orga
Vaccination against meningitis and other infectious diseases has been made mandatory for Umrah pilgrims travelling to Saudi Arabia, according to a report.
The health requirements issued by Saudi Arabia for Haj and Umrah pilgrims a
Rabies experts unveiled a blueprint for eliminating the pernicious disease, which almost always is caused by bites from rabid dogs and kills tens of thousands of people a year worldwide, through a programme of mass dog vaccinations in targeted r
Global efforts to eliminate malaria have saved an estimated 3.3 million lives since 2000, reducing malaria mortality rates by 45 per cent globally, according to the World malaria report 2013 published by the World Health Organization (WHO).
A polio outbreak has been confirmed among young children in northeast Syria and risks spreading in the region, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday.
Twenty-two children in Deir Al-Zor province became paralysed this
Health groups said on Thursday they could rid the world of polio by 2018 with a $5.5 billion vaccination and monitoring plan to stop the disease taking hold once more now there are only a handful of cases worldwide.
Experts say th