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Let the sun shine for a brighter life

October 25, 2016

Vitamin D helps reduce the risk of breast cancer, colon and prostate cancer, heart diseases, depression and weight gain.

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Aster DMH in Bahrain

Aster DM Healtchare, launches it’s 50th clinic in GCC at Bahrain

August 23, 2015

Aster Medical Centre, opens today in Al Gudaibiya, Kingdom of Bahrain. It will bring affordable & convenient medical care within reach of one of the densest population areas in Bahrain with over 500,00 inhabitants of which 67% are expatriates.
In addition to offering exemplary multi-specialty care, we will also tackle chronic diseases such as diabetes & sickle cell anemia which have enormous impact on society at large.
Follow: http://fb.com/AsterDMHBahrain for more updates.
اليوم .. إفتتاح مركز أستر الطبي في مملكة البحرين .. في منطقة القضيبية .. سوف يقدم المركز الرعاية الصحية بطريقة مريحة وفي متناول الجميع في واحدة من أشهر المناطق السكنية في مملكة البحرين .. التي تبلغ 500 الف نسمة منهم 67 % من المغتربين من جميع جنسيات العالم المختلفة ..
بجانب تقديم الرعاية المثالية في جميع التخصصات الطبية .. سوف يقدم المركز رعاية خاصة للأمراض المزمنة مثل السكري وارتفاع ضغط الدم ، وأنيميا الدم والتي لها تأثير كبير على المجتمع.
لمتابعة أخبار مركز أستر الطبي في مملكة البحرين برجاء الضغط على الرابط :
http://fb.com/AsterDMHBahrain

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Great Expectations on PM’s UAE Visit, says Dr Azad Moopen

August 15, 2015

Dr Azad Moopen, Chairman and Managing Director, Aster DM Healthcare expresses his excitement and happiness on the visit of an Indian Prime Minister to the UAE after a gap of 34 years. He urges the central government to consider an NRI insurance scheme.

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Aster DM Healthcare offers Lifetime Care to Paralympic Medal Winners in recognition of their achievements

October 18, 2016

Dr. Azad Moopen joins Sachin Tendulkar in felicitating the champion athletes in Mumbai

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We’ll Treat You Well

September 29, 2016

Taking informed health decisions help in understanding cardiac risks, and keeping the heart young and healthy

Almost one in every seven people living in the UAE is overweight or obese, according to recent statistics. The reasons for the alarming state of affairs are the usual ones: easy access to fast/unhealthy food, smoking, and lack of regular exercise. Residents of the UAE are not optimally managing chronic diseases and living busy and stressful lives that lead to poor health statistics. A large population is living with diabetes, hypertensive heart disease, coronary artery disease, heart failure, cardiomyopathies, and congenial heart disease. Even though lifelong medications are available to offset some of the risks, in essence such lifestyle diseases hamper healthy and comfortable living.

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