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The 'comprehensive' regulations will tighten control procedures and elevate the standard of food 'to the highest possible level', said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid.
Essa Al Maidoor began his career as an engineer at Dubai Municipality before becoming the figurehead for Dubai's 2020 masterplan and then being chosen to head the Dubai Health Authority.
Health experts warn that women continue to ignore their health at the expense of their family with too many neglecting their prenatal checks and not allowing sufficient time between pregnancies.
Experts have said if women are to comply with a new law requiring new mothers to breastfeed, more experts must be available to help the process.
After difficult pregnancies, Fatima Saif now suffers from diabetes, varicose veins and high blood pressure.
Prof Omar El Agnaf, a medical scientist at UAE University in Al Ain, has developed a molecular tool that could let doctors use brain scans to find out if a patient has Parkinson’s.
Italian boy finished first in a field of more than 250 youngsters but the event on Abu Dhabi Corniche was more about having fun and enjoying exercise.
Twenty-two officers from across the country will take part in the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon, which is one of the biggest of its kind in the world.
Healthcare professionals in Dubai have organised an awareness campaign and march for the women's disease.
At just 59 days old, Suleiman Nil Suleiman a little Palestinian baby boy, has had two aneurysms removed.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, passed the law, which seeks to bring together authorities to address the needs of those with disabilities.
The death of their first child, Zahra Beau, encouraged Danielle and Akber Naqvi to set up a Foundation in her name to try and save the lives of others.
Police in Khorfakhan were notified by hospital staff after a maid turned up seeking treatment. Doctors established she had given birth earlier and called police.
The workers were tested for diseases including HIV-Aids, hepatitis B, tuberculosis and pneumonia as a requirement for obtaining UAE visas.