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Some people in Dubai are not donating blood because there is a believe among a significant portion of the UAE population that there are inherent risks associated with it. Are there any serious risks in donating blood, and if so, what are they. Read here to find out more.

The clock is ticking and time is running out for those in Dubai that have yet to get their own private health insurance plan. Yet 25% of expats in Dubai are still with out medical insurance. Why do people in Dubai need to be insured, and what will happen if they don't? Read on to find out more.

A new program announced by the Dubai Health Authority recently could lead to discounted airfare and accommodations for people visiting Dubai for medical tourism. How does this system work? What's the catch? Read on to find out more.

The DHA has recently announced that they will be installing kiosks around Dubai that will allow people to renew their health insurance quickly and easily. The question is, will you be able to use them to renew your insurance?

With the final phase of 2013's Dubai Health Authority insurance reform approaching, the Dubai government has finally released information concerning possible fines and fees that will be charged for non-compliance. Not only does this effect individuals, but also insurance companies and other corporations too. Find out more here.

Tuberculosis is a major disease worldwide, but in recent years the UAE has been an especially problematic place to develop the disease. Find out more about why this is with this in depth overview of tuberculosis in the UAE.

The UAE has received many favorable rankings over the years with regards to its healthcare system, and it has recently received another one that it can be proud of. Here, we examine areas where UAE medical systems excel in order to let new expats to the country know that they are in good hands.

The new Dubai Health Strategy 2021 has been released, with the stated goal of making the Emirate a regional medical hub, as well as greatly increasing medical tourism and associated revenue. Are the goals obtainable? Read on to find out more.

The Dubai Municipality is now requiring restaurants and other food sellers in the Emirate to display the nutritional value of their offerings. One of the stated reasons for this is to make the population more aware of how much sugar they are eating. Why is sugar so bad though? Read on to find out more.

UAE Medical Insurance discusses the newly implemented ambulance fees in Dubai, what you need to know about them, and whether your insurance will cover a ride in an ambulance.

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