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Ahmed Saleh

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Ahmed's biceps are way to big and his abs are insane. He lives at the gym and only eat protein bars for lunch. But he will help you get your beach body ready, don't worry.
Enjoying an occasional cigarette, shisha, or cigar is much more harmful than many ‘social smokers’ realize, with physicians warning that you don’t have to smoke every day to seriously damage your health. Humberto Choi, a pulmonologist with Cleveland Clinic in the United States, and a leading specialist in several smoking-related...
It is possible to maintain or even lose weight during Ramadan by following a careful strategy and avoiding common pitfalls, says Healthpoint’s Head of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery in Abu Dhabi. Consultant bariatric surgeon Dr. Mohammed Al Hadad explains: “While people expect to lose weight during Ramadan, often the opposite...
Oral hygiene is particularly important during Ramadan as fasting can cause bacteria to build up, says the Head of the Dental Clinic at Healthpoint. Dr. Khalid Alameri, Consultant Orthodontist and Head of the Dental Clinic at Healthpoint, explains that fasting and therefore abstaining from liquids can lead to the development...
Fluctuating weight and fitness goals are a common concern during Ramadan. While iftar feasts are tempting, it’s easy to over consume and feel overwhelmed later. This Ramadan, break your fast and get all the right nutrients with a healthy AED 99 meal plan from Basiligo. During the holy month,...
Expatriates in Kuwait will now have to pay a fee of 10 Kuwait Dinar when getting medical treatment at a polyclinic, the Health ministry said on Wednesday. The measure aims to ease congestion at public hospitals, while allowing government-run clinics to take in more patients, the ministry said in a...
The battle against obesity in the UAE is far from over, warn healthcare professionals at Bareen International Hospital in Mohammad Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi. With 30% of the world’s population being obese or overweight, according to the World Health Organization, the figures are more alarming in the Middle...
Getting out of bed can be a real drag, and for many people hitting the snooze button once or twice is part of our morning wake-up routine. But according to Reena Mehra, Director of Sleep Disorders Research at Cleveland Clinic in the United States, all that snoozing isn’t helping...
Starting from only AED 99, you can smash glasses, TVs and DVDs, to help you de-stress and have fun while you’re at it at The Smash Room, located in Al Quoz. Ramadan is fast approaching and while the focus is on keeping a healthy spirit and mind, it’s important to...
A UAE executive who was lucky to survive after being shot twice in the deadly New Zealand mosque attacks is now recovering well at home. Adeeb Sami, 53, faces at least three months of recuperation following extensive surgery to repair injuries to his back. Last week, his daughter, Heba Adeeb,...
When it comes to nutrition our brains are receptive to everything good and bad. Your gut is known as your ‘second brain’, meaning your daily intake of bacteria, fats, glucose and water can directly affect your mental health. Here, Banin Shahine, Nutrition Manager at Fitness First Middle East, details how...