Health
kuwaittimes
18 hours ago
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Canadian gold miners find rare mummified baby woolly mammoth
Miners in the Klondike gold fields of Canada’s far north have made a rare discovery, digging up the mummified remains…
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kuwaittimes
2 days ago
46
Swimming and surfing, Gazans savor cleaner sea
Palestinians in the Zionist-blockaded Gaza Strip are rediscovering the pleasures of the Mediterranean Sea, after authorities declared the end of…
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kuwaittimes
5 days ago
115
At least 1,100 surgeries conducted at Jaber Hospital in six months
By Abdellatif Sharaa KUWAIT: Head of Surgery Department at Jaber Al-Ahmad Hospital Dr Suleiman Al-Mazeedi said the large surgical capacity…
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Ahmad Omar
1 week ago
32
Iraq confirms 13 cholera cases, scores suspected
Sulaimaniyah: A cholera outbreak in Iraq has infected at least 13 people and scores more suspected cases have been sent…
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kuwaittimes
1 week ago
33
In a parched land, Iraqi gazelles dying of hunger
Gazelles at an Iraqi wildlife reserve are dropping dead from hunger, making them the latest victims in a country where…
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Ahmad Omar
1 week ago
29
US approves Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for youngest children
Washington: The US Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization Friday for the use of Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines…
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kuwaittimes
2 weeks ago
15
Media awards highlight human stories of climate crisis
Rising ice melt in Greenland, the impact of relentless heat waves in California, and the precarious future of coastal cities…
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Ahmad Omar
2 weeks ago
32
WHO to assess if monkeypox an international health emergency
Geneva: The WHO said Tuesday it would hold an emergency meeting on June 23 to determine whether to classify the…
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kuwaittimes
2 weeks ago
42
‘My apartment vibrates’: New Yorkers fight noisy helicopter rides
After a period of blissful silence overhead due to the Covid-19 pandemic, New Yorkers are dealing again with a familiar…
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kuwaittimes
2 weeks ago
48
‘Soul relief’: Bees help mentally ill on Greek island
On a hillside overlooking the azure blue waters of Greece’s Leros island harbor, a small group of workers in protective…
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Ahmad Omar
2 weeks ago
40
US health experts say monkeypox cases harder to detect
Washington: US health experts said Friday that cases of monkeypox that are being detected at the moment do not necessarily…
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kuwaittimes
3 weeks ago
34
Thailand takes step towards legalising medicinal cannabis
Thailand relaxed its cannabis laws Thursday, with users permitted to possess and grow the plant — albeit under complicated new…
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kuwaittimes
3 weeks ago
109
Syria’s climate-scorched wheat fields feed animals, not people
Moussa Fatimi’s wheat field was once part of a thriving Syrian breadbasket. Now, he can’t even grow enough to feed…
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kuwaittimes
3 weeks ago
49
Rare albino Galapagos giant tortoise born in Swiss zoo
Visitors to a Swiss zoo caught a glimpse on Friday of a rare albino Galapagos giant tortoise born in May.…
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kuwaittimes
4 weeks ago
193
3D ear made of living cells transplanted
WASHINGTON: A US medical team said Thursday they had reconstructed a human ear using the patient’s own tissue to create…
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kuwaittimes
21/05/2022
337
Rio’s urban gardens produce healthy food for the poor
Gun-toting youths watch over a street in a Rio de Janeiro slum hit hard by drug trafficking, but walk a…
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kuwaittimes
11/05/2022
693
Templeton Prize-winning physicist pushes back against anti-intellectualism
Frank Wilczek, the Nobel-winning theoretical physicist whose research transformed humanity’s understanding of the fundamental forces of nature, was announced Wednesday…
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kuwaittimes
09/05/2022
741
Saudi Arabia hosts the first virtual international yoga conference
For the first time in the Middle East, on June 1, Saudi Arabia will witness the launch of the first…
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kuwaittimes
01/05/2022
747
Rare birth of Asiatic cheetah cubs in Iran
An Asiatic cheetah gave birth to three “healthy” cubs in Iran, the head of the environment department said Sunday, calling…
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kuwaittimes
28/04/2022
596
Over 21% of reptile species at risk of extinction
At least one in five reptile species are threatened with extinction, including more than half of turtles and crocodiles, according…
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kuwaittimes
23/04/2022
510
Dingoes aren’t just feral dogs, says study
Dingoes might look like regular mutts, but in fact they’re genetically in between wolves and dogs, according to a new…
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kuwaittimes
20/04/2022
593
WHO launches traditional medicine hub in India
The World Health Organization launched its Global Centre for Traditional Medicine at a site in India on Tuesday, aimed at…
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kuwaittimes
18/04/2022
426
Volunteer rescuers step in to save Shanghai’s locked-down pets
With quarantine looming after a positive COVID-19 test, Shanghai resident Sarah Wang said her first worry was who would look…
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kuwaittimes
17/04/2022
362
Climate activists disrupt traffic in London, Paris
PARIS: Several hundred activists from the Extinction Rebellion activist group on Saturday blocked major roads in central Paris and London,…
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kuwaittimes
16/04/2022
292
In US, every dog has its… DNA test
The routine is now a familiar one: Open the kit, swirl a swab around, put it in solution and wait…
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kuwaittimes
13/04/2022
399
California start-up sending tiny robots on voyage into brains
SAN FRANCISCO: Sending miniature robots deep inside the human skull to treat brain disorders has long been the stuff of…
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kuwaittimes
07/04/2022
474
Number of spider species creeps up to 50,000
There are now 50,000 known different species of spider crawling the Earth, the World Spider Catalog announced Wednesday — and…
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kuwaittimes
06/04/2022
372
‘Infurrection’: Red fox terrorizes humans in US
Being outfoxed in Congress usually means losing a vote on an amended resolution or being too late for the donut…
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kuwaittimes
03/04/2022
405
Stung by drought, Morocco’s bees face disaster
Morocco’s village of Inzerki is proud to claim it has the world’s oldest and largest collective beehive, but instead of…
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kuwaittimes
31/03/2022
367
‘Love hormone’ oxytocin turns fierce lions into kittens
Scientists who spent years spraying oxytocin up the noses of lions found the big cats became much friendlier with their…
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kuwaittimes
29/03/2022
318
Rare birth of Sumatran rhino brings hope for endangered species
A Sumatran rhino has successfully given birth in an Indonesian sanctuary, environment officials said, in a boost for conservation efforts…
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kuwaittimes
24/03/2022
460
‘Rhino bond’ charges onto markets to save S African animals
Critically endangered black rhinos in South Africa will get help from an unusual source: Wall Street, where institutional investors have…
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kuwaittimes
16/03/2022
500
Ecuadoran toad breaks its silence after 100 years
QUITO: Ecuadoran biologist Jorge Brito was trekking through the forest when he heard what he thought was the chirp of…
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KT
16/03/2022
466
The percentage of children with cancer in Kuwait is 4.3%
Chairman of the board of the National Campaign for Cancer Awareness (C.A.N) Dr Khalid Al-Saleh said the percentage of cancer…
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kuwaittimes
15/03/2022
331
Once-starving lions roar back to life in Sudan sanctuary
Kandaka the lioness was once sick and emaciated in a rundown zoo in Sudan’s capital, but thanks to wildlife enthusiasts…
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