From a few sniffles to a chesty cough, headache and runny nose, any changes to air-conditioned environments, temperature and a population of constant travelers are culprits often slapped with the blame of different viruses, according to an exp
The World Health Organization (WHO) has attributed the lack of control over the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronovirus (Mers-CoV) to camels, as compared to South Korea which got rid of the disease within two months, according to a report
Health officials have launched an investigation into the source of a Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (Mers-CoV) infection in South Korea that could be traced back to Bahrain.
A 68-year-old South Korean man contracted
Experts have warned of a ‘phenomenal’ rise in infectious diseases set to hit the Gulf over the next decade.
Under-diagnosed native infections, such as the recent Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (Mers-CoV)
More progress is needed to control the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (Mers-CoV) in Saudi Arabia, according to a team of experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Health has reported no fresh case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (Mers-CoV) in the past 25 days, said a report.
It also claimed that two patients made a full recovery from the
Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health has urged more than three million people with diabetes in the kingdom to stay away from camels, a report said.
The warning also applies to those receiving immunity-decreasing medicines such as