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Diabetics more likely to report back pain

Diabetics more likely to report back pain

People with diabetes are more likely to report back and neck pain, but it’s still unclear if diabetes is the cause of their pain, a research review concludes. Diabetes was associated with a 35% higher likelihood of reporting back pain, in an analysis of five studies with a total of 131,431 people

Delivering the promise of digital transformation

Delivering the promise of digital transformation

In the right hands, digital transformation can modify existing business processes, culture, and customer experiences for the better. It can enable companies to adapt to meet changing business and market requirements.

Qatar and Ethiopia enjoy distinguished relations

Qatar and Ethiopia enjoy distinguished relations

Qatar and Ethiopia have established close and distinguished relations, based on historical ties and a common desire and keenness to develop them and to open wide horizons of opportunities and areas of co-operation in various political, commercial, economic, investment and other fields.

Ethiopian PM’s visit to Doha enhances stability in the Horn of Africa: envoy

Ethiopian PM’s visit to Doha enhances stability in the Horn of Africa: envoy

Ambassador of Qatar to Ethiopia, Hamad bin Mohamed al-Dosari, has underlined that the official visit of Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed Ali to Doha comes within the framework of promoting and strengthening the bilateral relations and co-operation between Qatar and Ethiopia.

Green shoots of hope as worst may be over for global economy

Green shoots of hope as worst may be over for global economy

Brexit, trade wars, Italy’s fight with the European Union, renewed US sanctions on Iran, a Chinese debt bomb, jittery stock markets, intermittent capital flight from emerging markets, and more.

When the past empowers the future

When the past empowers the future

Qatar Foundation (QF) believes that true progress happens in society when its people – and especially its youth – are connected to their roots; and when they recognise and appreciate where they came from as much as they look to where they are going.

QU symposium urges citizens to participate in CMC elections

QU symposium urges citizens to participate in CMC elections

Participants at a symposium, organised by Qatar University (QU) yesterday in co-operation with the Ministry of the Interior and the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC), urged citizens to participate intensively in the elections to the 6th session of the Central Municipal Council (CMC)

Finland’s Bottas breaks free from Hamilton’s shadow

Finland’s Bottas breaks free from Hamilton’s shadow

Valtteri Bottas has made his feelings clear after winning the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday, his first Formula One victory since December 2017. With world champion Lewis Hamilton second, it was a perfect start to the season for Mercedes while Ferrari were left puzzled by poor performance.

FM meets Haitian counterpart

FM meets Haitian counterpart

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani met Sunday with visiting Haitian Minister of Foreign Affairs Bocchit Edmond.

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