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UAE introduces new law to safeguard domestic workers

Dubai: The new law on domestic helpers aims to regulate the employment relationship of domestic helpers in the UAE, as well as set and balance the rights and responsibilities of all relevant parties involved, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) said. Under the new law, which will come into effect on December 15, […]...Read More

Festival Fitness Series aimed at healthier lives to return from October 22,2022 to March 20, 2023

Dubai: Dubai Festival City, Al-Futtaim Real Estate’s fully integrated destination, is all set to host its annual Festival Fitness Series starting on October 22, 2022, to March 20, 2023. The Festival Fitness Series supports Dubai Festival City’s commitment to building a close-knit community through participation in activations that encourage the community members to live healthy lifestyles. […]...Read More

Study says eating walnuts may lower your BMI

New York: A daily serving of walnuts may help control blood pressure, prevent weight gain, and minimise your chance of developing diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study. The finding, published in the journal Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases, showed that those in the walnut-eating group had lower blood pressure than those that did […]...Read More

MoHAP to launch Protect yourself…Protect your community campaign to spread seasonal flu awareness

Dubai: The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) will launch the National Seasonal Flu Awareness Campaign next week. Themed “Protect yourself…Protect your community”, the annual seasonal flu campaign will kick off on September 26 in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Centre for Public Health and Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and Department of Health- Abu Dhabi. […]...Read More

Pink Caravan rallies nationwide ahead of Breast Cancer Month

SHARJAH: The UAE-based Friends of Cancer Patients (FOCP)’s Pink Caravan initiative is calling on public and private sector organisations to come together and get behind the targeted efforts and community-wide activations they are planning to roll out in observance of the international Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer became the most common cancer globally as […]...Read More

Back to school mental health tips

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Our daughter has attended school virtually for the past five years and enjoyed the experience. Now that she is heading into ninth grade, she wants a more traditional high school experience. However, she has become more nervous as school gets closer and complains about stomachaches. How can I ease the transition for her […]...Read More