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Healthcare event runs alongside the Bride Show
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Apr '08
Women in the UAE can now learn more about vital healthcare issues as a unique package of seminars is available to them at Women's Healthcare, the UAE's first health and well being exhibition specifically for women. In response to research which found a lack of awareness among women in the UAE regarding life-threatening illnesses such as diabetes, osteoporosis and cardiovascular diseases, IIR Middle East has organised an unrivalled seminar programme to inform, educate and support women in the UAE.

Leading healthcare professionals from Dubai Health Authority, Glaxo Smith Kline, Emirates Cardiac Society, Swiss Academy of Acupuncture, American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Advanced Lifestyle Solutions and Philipines Tourism and many more will address a broad spectrum of health and wellbeing issues at the seminar area in Zabeel Hall. All seminars are free to attend for visitors of The Bride Show, Al Bayt Al Arabie and Women's Healthcare.

The Emirates Cardiac Society is holding daily seminars at 9.30pm on how women can take better care of their heart and their health. “Cardiovascular disease is indisputably the most serious neglected health problem for women in both the developing and the developed worlds,” said Dr Nooshin Bazargani, Specialist Cardiologist at Dubai Cardiac Centre in Dubai Hospital and Board Member of the Emirates Cardiac Society. The seminar will address how heart disease can be prevented and detected, saving women's lives every year.

Other important health issues will be tackled at the Women's Healthcare seminars, with experts in a variety of fields discussing risks, symptoms and prevention. On the first day of the event, 23rd April, The Dubai Bone & Joint Centre will hold a seminar about osteoporosis at 4.30pm and later, at 8.30pm, The Dubai Health Authority will run a seminar session on how to prevent and treat diabetes.

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