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Dr.Sulaikha joins AJPC

Dr.Sulaikha Hamza B.H.M.S, Dubai

Dr.Sulaikha Hamza B.H.M.S, one of the poineering  Homeopaths of  United Arab Emirates, has joined Al Jameela poly clinic, Near al Futtaim Mosque, Naif Road, Dubai.

Since 2002, she is practicing Homeopathy in Dubai. Prior to that she worked as Tutor in Government Homeopathic Medical Cellege, Trivandrum, Kerala.

Al Jameela Poly Clinic offers quality outpatient health care services to people, in all disciplines of medicine and surgery. The center has it own Radiology department and a full-fledged clinical laboratory.

Antibiotics may alter child's development

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A new study has revealed that repeated courses of antibiotics may profoundly alter the children's development.

Regular usage of antibiotics not only lead to antibiotic resistance but also alters the composition of gut bacteria making you vulnerable to a host of other infections, allergies, autoimmune disorders and even obesity. The new study claims that antibiotic usage in childhood creates more problems later in life.

More patients resort to Homeopathy in UAE

The Gulfnews daily is repoting that more and more  patients in UAE resorts to Homeopathic treatment even thoug it is not covered by the medical insurance companies.

Clinics in the capital offering this form of treatment, which is common in south Asia, are reporting an influx of patients, including people from Western and Arab nations, where homeopathy is less widespread.

The report sites experiences of several people who got relief from their ailments by Homeopathic treatment where other forms of treatment failed.

Diabetes linked to viral infection ?

Prenatal exposure to viruses may cause type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases in children, scientists have found.

The exact cause of juvenile diabetes has eluded scientists, but a new study from Tel Aviv University suggests that the autoimmune disease is initiated in utero.

According to the research, women who contract a viral infection during pregnancy transmit viruses to their genetically susceptible foetuses, sparking the development of type 1 diabetes.

India :: The world's diabetes capital

Diabetes has become an epidemic having a huge impact on people of all age groups. No matter how much awareness is created about the disease, it is still lesser in comparison to the complications it gives rise to.

Here are some interesting facts about the condition that will surprise you.

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Al Jameela Polyclinic

Near Al-Futtaim Mosque,
Naif Road,Dubai

United Arab Emirates

 

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+971 50 550 4575

 

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