A monthly farmers’ market has been organized in Dhahran by the Society of Advocates and Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE) to support local and sustainable food production while creating a
COPENHAGEN: Saturated fats, like those found in rich cheeses and meats, may do more than weigh men down after a meal — A Danish study also links them to dwindling sperm counts.
CANDICE CHOI : AP Food Industry WriterNEW YORK: First there were McNuggets. Then there were Chicken McBites. Now McDonald’s could be adding “Mighty Wings” to its chicken menu.
JEDDAH: Depression is a common mental health disorder, affecting more than 350 million people of all ages worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Ministry of Health in Jeddah awarded three students of different Arabic schools for their hard work in spreading awareness on health issues.
WASHINGTON: The use of antidepressants during pregnancy is not linked to a higher overall risk of stillbirth and death in newborns, a study said Tuesday, confounding a l
I have just received feedback from doctors across the Gulf on obesity and its effects on health. Obesity is always a sign of health problems to come, many of them acute.
All human tissues and organs need oxygen in order to function. Oxygen is the key element to life and healing. Without oxygen for just a few minutes, the brain tissue dies.
Winter has finally come. In Jeddah, that means people leave their air-conditioned homes en masse to enjoy the temperate evenings that come often accompanied by a cool breeze.
From mud races to sweat parties to CrossFit competitions, workouts turned smarter, shorter and more social in 2012, experts say, as fitness was sweetened with a little help from smart phones and fr
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