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NRI Businessman in Oman Plans Medical Aid for Poor

A NRI businessman in Oman is unveiling a scheme under which sick and injured Indians sent back will receive further treatment on reaching India. Dinesh Kumar Dawda, managing director of Al Itefaq Trading LLC, //said he was making arrangements with a team of doctors in India who can treat such ...

Apollo Group Permitted to Carry out Surgeries in its Oman Centre

India's Apollo group of hospitals has got the Oman government's permission to carry out surgeries and admit patients for providing quality healthcare services// at the group's new centre in the Omani capital Muscat. "The Ministry of Health (MoH) has given us the green signal to start our opera...

Apollo to Open Super-specialty Hospital in Oman by Year-end

India's Apollo group of hospitals is all set to open its 100-bed super-specialty hospital in Oman by the end of this year//. A report in the Times of Oman newspaper quoted Apollo Medical Centre (AMC) managing director V.T. Saileswaran as saying that the hospital would become the first of its k...

Chicken produced in Oman is cheap, safe and nutritious

Ramzi Schumann, general manager, Sohar Poultry Company SAOG said that there is no risk in consuming poultry meat in Oman// . Oman is free from avian influenza. Experts in poultry diseases and poultry meat as well as the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries said that there is no risk of catchi...

Dabur Research to set up Drug Discovery Center in Oman

The Dabur Research Foundation (DRF), part of healthcare and food products major Dabur Group, is keen to set up a drug discovery center in Oman to capitalise on its plans to set// up a marine biotechnology center. "We are keen to set up a drug discovery center in Oman and using their marine re...

Amity Institutions To Launch Short-term Professional Courses In Oman

India's leading private sector educational group Amity Institutions have decided to launch short-term professional courses in Oman as part of its plans to set up academic and training infrastructure in the Gulf countries//. This is being undertaken by them in an effort to expand the educational fac...

The Only Time When Older Men Like to Be Pushed Around By a Woman

Behind every old man that visits a doc, there is a woman; much like the association between a successful man and a woman, being the inspiration// for success. Some Older men need to be goaded to see a doctor, that too by a woman, a new survey has revealed The woman could be a wife, daughter o...

International Diabetes Federation grant supports Jordanian diabetes micro-clinic project

.... 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 the top ten.[1] The Jordanian Micr...

April is National Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month

...day in the life of Parkinson's disease looks like, Accolade interviewed Mr. oman Turner and his wife Doris, of Lubbock, Texas. Mr. Turner was diagnosed with... confinement the disease creates. With Accolade's physical therapy service, oman is working to improve strength, balance and posture. "Our specialized sho...

Oman to Launch First Bio-refinery in Gulf Region

...it is in the United States, Canada and Brazil. The rest will be consumed in oman and other Gulf countries where the trend was just catching up. OGEC also plans to set up a string of bio-fuel filling stations in oman and aims to cut carbon monoxide emission by up to 20 percent by 2020, Al Ha...

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