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WHO urges cancelling some holiday events over Omicron fears

The World Health Organization has urged people to cancel some of their holiday plans to protect public health as the Omicron variant spreads globally. "An event cancelled is better than a life cancelled," said WHO head Dr Tedros Adhanom

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Exercises to Get Rid of Double Chin

Double chin can be ugly. It can pulverize your facial excellence. Anybody can get a Double chin. There are a few activities that objective the facial muscles by putting a weight on them. Realize these activities to decrease your Double chin and

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The Moons on Your Nails Can Warn You About These 13 Problems

Everybody, particularly ladies, love having a decent nail treatment from time to time. Having all around prepared nails even used to be an indication of status. In any case, what a great many people don't know is your fingernails can demonstrate

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French company Carmat announces first implant of its artificial heart in a woman

French artificial heartmaker Carmat (ALCAR.PA) announced on Tuesday that it had carried out the first implant of its Aeson artificial heart

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8 Tips for Exercising in Summer Heat

Summer is the perfect time to go outside and have fun. It's one of my favorite times of year because there are so

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Your kid's body heats up 5 times more than yours, UAE doctors warn

With temperatures soaring across the country, doctors are advising parents to take special care of their children to avoid heat strokes. They warned

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Experts offer tips for a safe and healthy summer in the UAE

With the heat setting in, health experts have reminded UAE residents about the need to take precautions to ensure a safe summer. Based on historical records, the maximum temperature recorded in Dubai between 1977 and 2018 was 47.9C. Interior

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New Analysis Shows Sleep Apnea More Common in Americas than Previously Thought

ResMed (NYSE: RMD) (ASX: RMD) revealed roughly 170 million people across North and South America have sleep apnea, according to a study it presented at the annual SLEEP meeting hosted by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and the Sleep

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Stressed at work? Know the burn-out red flags

Mental stress in the workplace or burn-out is now considered a syndrome, as recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO). In the UAE, stress levels at work are high, especially among women. In a recent study, most respondents expressed

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ResMed Study Finds CPAP Adherence Improved by Remote Monitoring, Self-Monitoring across 3 Countries

Remote monitoring and patient self-monitoring can drive CPAP adherence for people with sleep apnea, according to research presented by ResMed (NYSE: RMD) (ASX: RMD) at the American Thoracic Society’s 2019 ATS International

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Remote monitoring and patient self-monitoring can drive CPAP adherence for people with sleep apnea, according to research presented by ResMed (NYSE:

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