In last week’s article, I discussed the effects of mercury toxicity on children’s health and brains. I pointed out to you where the heavy metal is found.
The Saudi Center for Organs Transplantation (SCOT) undertook 13 successful surgeries in just two weeks.
The cosmetic and plastic surgery market in the Kingdom is witnessing a boom with a volume in excess of SR4 billion where men make up 40 percent of the customers, local media said.
South Asian food has an expanding fan base in Jeddah as is evident from the many restaurants here specializing in desi food, especially Indian and Pakistani cuisines.
Last week, I was discussing the dangers of mercury used as a preservative in vaccines and other products.
Authentic Lebanese food can be hard to find at times, especially as one roams through the maze of restaurants in Jeddah.
The subject of chemicals is very long and complicated. I would like you to bear with me and read on to the end of this series of articles.
This explosive title 'The Obesity Paradox: When Thinner Means Sicker and Heavier Means Healthier' keeps all its promises from the very first pages.
For the longest time ever, herbs and spices have been used to cure unpleasant stomach activities and for cutting down unwanted fats.
Last week, I discussed the dangers of fluoride in our drinking water and appealed to the Saudi Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) to stop adding it to our bottled drinking water.
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