Life Length, a leader in telomere diagnostics and analysis, has signed a deal with the Freiburg Medical Laboratory Middle East (FML) in Dubai, UAE, to offer the telomere test to its patients.
FML is a joint venture of the Universi
Thrill-seekers will have the chance to get a glimpse of life in space next year when a Swiss company brings its 'zero-gravity' flights to Bahrain.
The flights, which offer passengers the opportunity to experience brief pe
A former Bahrain resident has co-produced a film that uses football to depict life in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The timing for the announcement could hardly be more appropriate, with the world's news agenda currentl
Majid Al Futtaim and Hasbro, a leading toy and board game company, have signed a deal to set up life-sized Monopoly at malls in Dubai from June 13.
Visitors to the Mall of the Emirates, City Centre Mirdif&
Average life expectancy has risen globally to 73 years for a girl born in 2012 and 68 for a boy following successes in fighting diseases and child mortality, according to a report by the World Health Organization.
A drug mule who was caught with 56 capsules of pure heroin in his stomach has been jailed for life.
The 22-year-old Pakistani was arrested at Bahrain International Airport while smuggling drugs weighing 600gm,
Five men, including four policemen, have been jailed for life in Bahrain for gang-raping a Thai woman.
Two other men were jailed for 15 years each by the High Criminal Court yesterday after their charges were reduced to sexual ass
Ground-breaking heart surgery that allows doctors to give a new lease of life to patients previously thought to be beyond help has been performed in Bahrain for the first time.
Surgeons at the BDF Hospital successfully carried out
A resource for facility managers to calculate the life expectancy of buildings in the Middle East has been revealed.
The Facility and Equipment Reference and Estimated Service Life Research Report, commissioned by the Middle East
Cyclone Phailin powered its way inland over eastern India on Sunday leaving a swathe of destruction but the loss of life appeared limited after more than half a million people sought safety in storm shelters.
Phailin was the stron