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ADQCC Collaborates With ADNEC With Introduction Of Microbiology Laboratory For World First

Capital Hospitality, the catering division of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC), has collaborated with the Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (ADQCC) alongside the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA) and implemented a mobile Microbiology Laboratory, which tested 317 meals during the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) and the Naval Defence Exhibition (NAVDEX) 2021. The laboratory comes as part of ADNEC’s wider preventative and precautionary measures, which ensured the safety and wellbeing of participants at the five-day defence exhibitions. This is the first time globally that the mobile Microbiology Laboratory was used at an exhibition. It was able to provide fast and reliable food inspection services using the latest testing equipment, and

COVID-19 Fuels Global Appetite for App Modernization, AI and Edge Computing

COVID-19 has catalyzed the speed and depth of the world’s digital transformation efforts, according to F5’s latest State of Application Strategy (SOAS) report. Now in its seventh year, the research features survey input from 1,500 respondents from a wide range of industries, organization sizes, and professional roles.

Should Men be Concerned About their Levels of Fertility?

Infertility affects around 15 per cent of couples, a shockingly high statistic. Usually, it’s women who are burdened with the concept of the biological clock with societal pressures of conceiving before the age of 40. However, more recently, attention on fertility has shifted towards men. New research has suggested that men should consider freezing their sperm before reaching the ‘advanced paternal age’ of around 35 to 45. Beside decreased fertility levels, older sperm is said to suffer in ‘fitness’, and can increase risk of pregnancy and birthing complications, disorders and diseases in infants, and preterm birth. Something particularly vulnerable to the high stress levels of the 21st century is sperm. It’s been recorded that sperm counts in Western men have been dropping by roughly 60

Health myths debunked

Old wives’ tales have been around for as long as we can remember. As children, we were regularly informed that not eating our bread crusts would mean we wouldn’t get curly hair, or if we walked under a ladder then we’d have bad luck. Of course, the likes of ‘step on a crack, break your back’ saying isn’t exactly a

Intermittent Fasting: A Safe and Effective Diet

Intermittent fasting: is a pattern of eating that focuses on alternating cycles of fasting and eating. The main focus during intermittent fasting is not on the calorie consumption, but on the timing of consumption. When doing it one most focus on having healthy low-calorie meals, since having high calorie and high fat
Opinion & Interviews

Five treatment options for Keratoconus

The word Keratoconus comes from two Greek words: kerato (cornea) and konos (cone). Keratoconus is a degenerative disorder of the eye in which the shape of the cornea, which is usually round, is distorted and develops a cone-shaped bulge, resulting in reduced vision. Keratoconus is a relatively common condition. It affects one person in two thousand, occurs around the world and is quite common in the Middle East. Corneal keratoconus usually affects both eyes asymmetrically, and usually occurs in people between the ages of 10 to 25 years. The condition may progress for 10 years or more and then slow down or stabilize. As the condition progresses, vision becomes distorted and blurred, with increased sensitivity to light and glare. Keratoconus presents itself in more certain ethnic groups,

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helps Relieve Insomnia Associated with Chronic Pain

With up to two-thirds of patients with chronic pain conditions also experiencing sleep disorders, two experts from a top US hospital, Cleveland Clinic, suggest cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia as a potential solution. For people with chronic pain – whether from back pain, fibromyalgia or the pain of cancer

Ocular Manifestations of COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 on the world is evident. While there is still a lot that is unknown about the virus, experts are working diligently to find explicit evidence on how the virus behaves. During the early stages, the emergence of the Novel Coronavirus raised concerns across many health sectors. As the virus spread
Hospital & Medical Equipment

Innovative Reflector Light with LEDs

The new F Generation combines proven reflector technology with the newest LED technology. In contrast to other technologies, the light beams are mixed within the light head.

Data Shows Patient Benefit of Surgical Theater

IMRIS has recently reported on the presentation of preliminary results of the first randomized trial that studied the resection of low-grade insular glioma using high-field intraoperative MR imaging.

Reanimed Healthcare Witnesses Success

ReaniMed Healthcare with its specialized engineering team, experienced over 20 years is continuously extending its activities and product range, in order to cover the demands of the clients in a most perfect manner according to accepted European standards.

The High-Growth Market

The major factors driving the growth of the In-Vitro Diagnostic Market is augmented patient awareness, patient self testing, and rising baby booming population across the globe.
Product Focus

Wallach Surgical Devices: Doing Good

Wallach Surgical Devices TruLightT ZoomScopeT Colposcope Continuous zoom magnification from 4x to 20x allows viewing the area of concern at the highest magnification without over or undersizing the viewing field.

Rising Healthcare Costs Shaping Market

The global connected health and wellness devices market is expected to reach USD612 billion by 2024, according to a report by Grand View Research, Inc.

Pharmacies take the lead in Germany

According to Euromonitor International, the consumer health market in Germany remains highly fragmented. The market is characterized by a high level of innovation and a significant number of new players entering the market.
Campaigns & Recent Studies

Expired patents in asthma therapeutics hinder sales

The global asthma therapeutics market accounted for USD 20.7 billion as of 2015 and is anticipated to exhibit a sluggish growth rate of 2.2% over the forecast period, according to Grand View Research. This is attributed to the generic erosion faced by leading brands, such as Advair and Symbicort.

Autism treatment market is far from saturated

2.1 million children and adults now live with autism, according to Red Newswire. Yet, few therapies exist to treat this disease-just a few medications and ABA (applied behavioral analysis) programs.

Recognising the best in the industry

Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Once again this year, during Fi Europe co-located with Hi Europe at the beginning of December, show organizer Informa Markets will be recognizing companies and organizations for groundbreaking novelties in the Fi Europe Innovation Awards. These awards are regarded as the most prestigious in the food and beverage sector and honour innovators in nine categories based on the latest industry trends. The Fi Global Startup Innovation Challenge gives newcomers the opportunity to present their ideas to a broad professional audience. Entries for the Startup Innovation Challenge are open until 18 September, and, for the awards, until 25 September 2020. Three of the nine categories of the Fi Europe Innovation Awards are new, and include the People's Choice Innovation



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