A Bahraini man has become the 14th person to die of complications from sickle cell anaemia this year.
Ali Isa Al Haddad died yesterday morning in India, where he was sent by the Health Ministry for treatment, said a report in the
Almost one-third of female Bahraini adolescents suffer from a blood disorder caused by unhealthy eating habits, it has emerged.
A Health Ministry study found that around one in three Bahraini girls suffered from Iron Deficiency An
A drug that could drastically reduce sickle cell anaemia complications will soon be made available in all of Bahrain’s health centres.
More than 220 sickle cell sufferers have died in Bahrain over the past six years from com
The Premier yesterday pledged continuous efforts to provide the best health care and treatment for sickle cell patients.
He said the government will spare no effort to bring in medical experts to alleviate the
An investigation has been launched into claims that counterfeit medicine has been given to patients with sickle cell anaemia being treated at Bahrain's main hospital.
Health Minister Sadiq Al Shehabi yesterday ordered the prob
A Bahraini yesterday (June 15) became the 13th sickle cell patient to die since the start of this year, a report said.
The Gulf Daily News earlier reported authorities were restricting access to prescription painkillers to combat
Bahrain will host a major conference on sickle cell anaemia today, where more than 30 experts will discuss the management and prevention of the disease, a report said.
The three-day event, International Conference on Sickle Cell D
Preventing and managing sickle cell anaemia will be discussed during a major international conference in Bahrain next month, a report said.
Thirty-six experts, of which 19 are from Bahrain, will speak at the conference, which will
Bahrain is winning the war against the potentially deadly sickle cell disease after a 70 per cent drop in cases, a top official has declared.
The incidence of babies with the genetic blood disorder had fallen dramatically and now only acco
Mumtaz, one of UK's leading Asian foods manufacturers, is launching the new Halal baby foods that help combat infant anaemia at the Halal World Expo in Abu Dhabi.
The event will be held from December 9 to 11 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhib