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Abu Dhabi Health

Abu Dhabi Health

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Abu Dhabi Health

Welcome To The Abu Dhabi Health Section

In this section we take a look at all things health and fitness related in Abu Dhabi from doctors to dentists, from clinics to opticians and everything in between. We also focus on fitness and nutrition with an aim to have everyone keeping fit and healthy in Abu Dhabi.

  • Doctors & Clinics

    Doctors & Clinics

    Abu Dhabi has some world class medical facilities both private and government owned. Here we have a guide to some of the best specialist doctors and clinics in the capital.

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  • Cosmetic Surgery

    Cosmetic Surgery

    Cosmetic surgeons can help you to fight signs of ageing and improve your complexion, offer you advice and guidance on plastic surgery, slimming treatments and more.

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Health Related News & Features

  • Have You Had Your 8 Glasses Today?

    Have You Had Your 8 Glasses Today?

    You will no doubt have already been told or asked or read somewhere that you have to drink 8 glasses of water a day to maintain healthy bodily functions. This notion has been pushed down our throats for as long as we can remember, and not without reason. Drinking two litres of water daily is imperative to stave off dehydration and also to ensure cell and nuclear functions within the body. Water is the body’s principal component and makes up 60 per cent of your body weight.Eight glasses is just a recommendation, how much water you require depends on how active you are and where you live.

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  • How Clean Is Your Car

    How Clean Is Your Car? Not the shiny outside… the potentially grubby inside?

    That’s got you thinking hasn’t it! I’m writing this even though my hands are in agony to raise awareness for this issue. I’m having a severe allergic reaction to my car steering wheel, caused by the heat of the sun degrading the chemicals in the steering wheel which has now presented itself as a painful, swollen, itchy condition on the palms of my hands!After realising the only thing that could have caused this reaction on both hands in the same place, I did a bit of googling and found that it is quite a common problem but also one that is easily solved.

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  • Let's Take A Look At Botox

    Let's Take A Look At Botox

    Botox is best known to doctors as Botulinum toxin, a poison produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium. Over the last 20 years, clinical applications for this toxin have emerged including minimising the signs of aging by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, reducing migraine headaches by relieving tension in the muscles, eradicating excessive sweating by inhibiting the chemical which stimulates the sweat glands, reduces arthritis pain, improving bladder control and treating eye conditions such as cross eye and twitching of the eyelids.

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  • Abu Dhabi Hospitals

    Abu Dhabi Hospitals

    The accessibility and professional services of SEHA Ambulatory Health Services make it possible for UAE Nationals and resident expatriates to experience world-class outpatient care in Abu Dhabi. Here is the list of Government Hospitals in Abu Dhabi.

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  • The Health Care System In Abu Dhabi

    The Health Care System In Abu Dhabi

    Abu Dhabi has some world class medical facilities both private and government owned and every speciality and emergency can be accomodated. By law all residents of Abu Dhabi must have private medical insurance- which is provided by the employer. There are different levels of cover on offer and what you will be granted depends on your job position- eg. local cover, international cover, dental etc. Some companies include your family- some don't- so try and negotiate this if possible.You cannot get a residence visa or renew a residence visa in Abu Dhabi, unless you have medical insurance.

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  • Emergency Numbers Abu Dhabi- 999

    Emergency Numbers Abu Dhabi- 999

    In case of accidents or other emergency situations in Abu Dhabi Emirate, the number to dial is 999. Calls to this number are free of charge. When calling the emergency number, please remember to state your name, the nature of the accident, address of the emergency and how serious the situation is. And remember to provide them with the telephone number you are calling from. Remain calm and provide the paramedics with clear information so they can supply the necessary help.



    Abu Dhabi Emergency Numbers
    Police Emergency: 999
    Ambulance: 999
    Air Ambulance: 999
    Fire Emergency: 997
    Water & Electricity Emergency: 800 2332
     

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