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We heard about a new medical centre in Doha so we got in touch with the Co-Founder and General Manager, Tamara Hasan, to find out more. 1. What is The IM Centre? The International Medical Centre is a private premium healthcare clinic that was set up for...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. This initiative to raise awareness is important because with early detection and treatment, most women can survive breast cancer and continue to enjoy their lives. According to Breast Cancer Research UK one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast...

Expats don’t necessarily have access to the health care facilities and medical funding they are used to back home. It’s therefore important to look after ourselves, and keep our bodies and finances in check to ensure neither catches us out whilst we are living away...

Knowing the madness that is part of getting vaccinations at the health centers here in Qatar, I made sure I got my appointments well in advance. In fact, I made the appointment for 24 April, on 24 March itself. I was not going to risk...

I have always been a fan of the Cuban from everything I heard and that is where I chose to deliver. Why I picked the Cuban Hospital: The fact that it is part of HMC was a huge deal. Even if you are in a private hospital,...

For residents of Qatar, healthcare can be fairly cheap, provided they use the government health system – the health centres and the hospitals under the aegis of Hamad Medical Corporation and for this one requires a health card. Every area has a health centre, and if...

The development of effective vaccines has led to a huge decrease in childhood deaths. The World Health Organization stated: 'The two public health interventions that have had the greatest impact on the world's health are clean water and vaccines.' Immunisation saves lives and prevents more diseases than...

The Big Day I was meant to be induced on 24 February 2016, but luckily (errr…) for me the pains started the night before. We had gone out for a walk in the evening when the pains started – at around 9.30pm. I didn’t realize these...

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