The Department of Human Nutrition at the College of Health Sciences, member of the QU-Health at Qatar University (QU), recently organised the Smart Start programme. Smart Start is a nutrition education programme promoting healthy lifestyle and targets school children in Qatar.
With Doha and other places around the country experiencing high temperatures, the authorities concerned have advised people to follow precautionary measures to stay safe and healthy in the prevailing conditions.
Hamad Medical Corporation’s (HMC) Reem al-Saadi, director of dietetics and nutrition, has reminded the residents about the importance of making healthy choices during Eid Al Adha.
Qatar’s banking sector remains healthy, reflecting high asset quality and robust capitalisation; even as the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) should consider introducing additional indicators in the real estate ...
Qatari banks have been able to maintain a very healthy balance sheet in the first quarter, thanks to the Qatar Central Bank’s (QCB) prudent monetary policy and the overall growth momentum in the country ...
Qatar’s banking system remains healthy with ample liquidity, high asset quality and strong capitalisation, although external pressures remain due to the unjustified blockade on the country by a quartet of Arab nations.
Helped by higher hydrocarbon prices, government finances are expected to steadily improve with Qatar’s budget seen in “broad balance” this year, before returning to a “healthy surplus” in 2019, according to QNB.