Chile to crack the UAE’s walnut market following COVID-19

Dry fruit exports from Chile to the UAE, including walnuts, topped US$43m in 2019, up 75% on 2018 New campaign to highlight the quality, safety, and health benefits of walnuts as the world recovers from the impact of the pandemic Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 22 September 2020: Chile is doubling its efforts to become the UAE’s exporter of choice regarding dried fruits, particularly walnuts,  with the launch of a new campaign to showcase the superior quality and ultimate health benefits the nut offers. The popularity of Chilean walnuts has surged…

RAK Hospital Launches Free COVID-19 Rehabilitation Programme

RAK Hospital is first hospital in the UAE to offer such a CSR initiative First-of-its-kind initiative by a UAE-based multispecialty hospital Unique initiative open to any UAE resident recovered from COVID-19 Customised programme syncs with UAE’s efforts to mitigate COVID-19 effects WHO endorses rehabilitation for ex-COVID-19 patients August 3, 2020;Ras Al Khaimah, UAE: RAK Hospital, the multispecialty hospital located in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, has launched the first-of-its-kind free of cost COVID-19 Rehabilitation Programme in the UAE. The exclusive wellness programme – conceptualised, developed and now offered by RAK Hospital-…

GO FOR A GREEN RAMADAN THIS HOLY MONTH

Ramadan is known as a time of moderation, however, every year there is an increasing concern surrounding global food wastage and other environmental issues, such as the over-use of plastic, carbon footprint growth and a significant rise in household waste. With the UAE being one of the top nations for per capita waste generation in the world, environmental protection is considered one of the main objectives of the UAE’s developmental policies. According to Dubai Carbon, on average a person generates around 2.7kg of waste per day and during the month…

A Good Diet, Rest and Warm Up Are Key to Avoiding Golf Injuries

Golfers are prone to injuries to the lower back, elbows, feet and ankles and shoulders Dubai, United Arab Emirates,  (AETOSWire): Golf is popular worldwide; according to one study, more than 50 million people of different age groups play the sport. Golf can impact mental and physical health positively, and it can increase players’ muscular endurance and stamina. Although golf is perceived as a relatively leisurely sport, golfers still get injured.  The most commonly affected areas are the lower back, which accounts for more than 18 percent of golfing injuries, elbows…