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Al Ras area in Dubai under lockdown for two weeks

Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management announced heightened restrictions on the movement of people and traffic in the Al Ras area of Dubai for two weeks to facilitate intensified sterilization procedures. The restrictions will be effective...

Fog alert issued in some parts of UAE

The National Center for Meteorology (NCM) issued fog advisory over parts of the UAE on Thursday morning. The weather bureau forecast fog formations with poor horizontal visibility over central and northern regions from 3:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. NCM urged motorists to...

PH envoy to Lebanon dies of COVID-19

The Philippines' top diplomat to Lebanon has died of coronavirus disease, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Thursday. "With deep sadness, the DFA announces the untimely demise on 2 April 2020, of Ambassador Bernardita Catalla, Philippine Ambassador to Lebanon,...

Doctor claims stem cell expertise in Dubai, gets license suspension

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Sep. 12, 19 | 8:30 am

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) suspended the medical license of an Emirati doctor following her alleged false claims of being a stem cell expert.

The doctor, who claimed to be a leading expert in stem cell treatment, appeared on several local television programmes talking about the future of medicine and medical techniques.

However, it was found that her medical degree in college is not recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education. This, after she released to the public her medical degree as a two-year physician’s qualifications from Central American Health Institute in Belize.

She showed her medical degree as an answer to netizens questioning her qualifications.

In a statement on Twitter, the DHA said her licence would remain suspended until her qualifications are validated, as per a report from The National.

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Al Ras area in Dubai under lockdown for two weeks

Al Ras area in Dubai under lockdown for two weeks

Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management announced heightened restrictions on the movement of people and traffic in the Al Ras area of Dubai for two weeks to facilitate intensified sterilization procedures. The restrictions will be effective...

Fog alert issued in some parts of UAE

Fog alert issued in some parts of UAE

The National Center for Meteorology (NCM) issued fog advisory over parts of the UAE on Thursday morning. The weather bureau forecast fog formations with poor horizontal visibility over central and northern regions from 3:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. NCM urged motorists to...

Late actor Menggie Cobarrubias contracted COVID-19, test results show

Late actor Menggie Cobarrubias contracted COVID-19, test results show

Late veteran actor Menggie Cobarrubias tested positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19), his wife confirmed Wednesday. His wife Gina said that the test results of her husband from St. Lukes Medical Center in Global City, Taguig showed he was positive for COVID-19....

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