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Iraqi children with Various Illness Arrives in Bahrain for Treatment

Manama: Around 45 Iraqi children have arrived in Bahrain to receive urgently needed medical treatment.// More children are expected to arrive in the coming days as part of an agreement with the World Health Organisation (WHO). The move Sunday came in response to a call to help fund trea...

HIV-infected Indian Worker in Bahrain Dies

An HIV-infected Indian worker in Bahrain died, days before he was to return to India to be reunited with his family.// A free visa worker, Muthanna Poshanna, 46, died following complications from the HIV and tuberculosis he was suffering from, according to a report in the Gulf Daily News news...

Brand New Conference on Developing 21st Century Military Medical Capabilities to be Held in Abu Dhabi

...ember 2009 at the Hilton Hotel in Abu Dhabi. Developed in collaboration with global military medical leaders and experts from the British Army, bahrain Defense Force, Riyadh Military Hospital, UK Royal Army Medical Corps, Swedish Armed Forces Centre for Defence Medicine, NATO Centre of Excellence for ...

National Safety Council Invites Robert W. Campbell Award Applications

..., health and safety systems. Past winners include Noble Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Alcan Inc., DynMcDermott Petroleum Operations Company, The bahrain Petroleum Company, Fluor Hanford, and Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company. The National Safety Council ( www.nsc.org ) saves lives by prevent...

AlBaraka Islamic Bank Builds on a Long-Term Partnership With Misys Selecting Misys Equation and Trade Innovation for its Pakistan Operations

...his will support its growth and diversification and would provide us a common banking system platform with our parent company, AlBaraka Banking Group, bahrain and subsidiary banking companies spread over 12 countries. AlBaraka Islamic Bank's choice of Misys Equation is based on Misys' ability and strength to...

International Diabetes Federation grant supports Jordanian diabetes micro-clinic project

... diabetes, five are in the Middle East. In the United Arab Emirates, 19.5% of the population is affected by diabetes; in Saudi Arabia, it is 16.7%; In bahrain 15.2%, in Kuwait 14.4% and in Oman 13.1%. By 2025, the 380 million people will live with diabetes worldwide and these five countries will remain in th...

Kerala MP Vows to Fight Clause in New Education Bill

...ember Panniyan Ravindran, while talking to the Gulf Daily News newspaper, described the new bill as unfair and said he would fight it. He was in bahrain to attend a memorial meeting marking the first death anniversary of Kerala's former chief minister P.K. Vasudevan Nair. The Kerala Professional ...

Indian And Chinese Doctors Join Together To Prove The Efficacy Of Herbal Drugs

...herbal drug market, promoted as food supplements, is estimated to be worth around $4-5 billion, said Mathur, who has spent a major part of his life in bahrain where he taught pharmacology. "According to the Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, considered a bible for medical practitioners, around 30...

Treating Bad Breath Yet A Challenge

...dical practice after considering both the content and quality of existing medical trials on a topic. The review was conducted by a team from the bahrain Branch of the UK Cochrane Center based at the Ministry of Health in Bahrain. Dr. Fedorowicz is also the director of the UK Cochrane Center in Bahrain....

Indian Designers show lot of Talent

... Saks has 59 stores in the US. It opened its first Middle East store in Riyadh four years ago, and the Dubai outlet in 2004. It plans to open in Doha, bahrain and Kuwait in the next couple of years. ...
Bahrain in Biological News

Light pollution offers new global measure of coral reef health

...an light, coral reefs in Singapore, the Red Sea, Barbados, Puerto Rico, and bahrain have the highest index values. In terms of fishing boat activity, coral ...land, and in China have the highest LPI values. And in terms of gas flares, bahrain and the Persian Gulf show the highest values. Coral reefs in Indonesia,...
Bahrain in Biological Technology

TED Conferences Announces 25 TED Fellows for TEDGlobal in Oxford

...fectively communicate their work to the TED community and to the world. The 2009 TEDGlobal Fellows comprise an eclectic group of individuals from bahrain to Argentina to Malawi, and from Jamaica to the Philippines. These innovators represent diverse disciplines -- technology, entertainment, design, scie...
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