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The Gbemi’s Kitchen serves healthy Nigerian food like this #recipe for Suya Chicken. If you don’t want to serve this main dish on a salad, serve alongside rice.  Ingredients 2 chicken breasts, approximately 120g each   1 tsp suya spice mix: 1 tsp peanut powder (optional) 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp cayenne pepper ½ tsp smoked paprika  1 tsp onion powder ½ tsp garlic powder 1 tsp chicken bouillon powder 1 tsp olive oil, plus...

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Rachael Lynn is an American-born author, community organizer and writer based in Dubai. Her new book At Home Anywhere is part memoir, part loving letter to anyone who finds themselves uprooted and is full of advice on how to lead a more joyful and worthwhile life. When Lynn left Toronto for Dubai, her years of experience in the world and business of self-help did not save her from what felt like a very difficult adjustment. Her...

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Parents need to intervene early when they see their children are overweight, to prevent any associated health risks and help them grow up into healthy adults. That’s the message from Imperial College of London Diabetes Centre’s pediatric endocrinologist and diabetologist, Dr Sherif El-Refee. “It is estimated that around 40 percent of children in the UAE are either overweight or obese,” says the Abu Dhabi-based specialist. “And obesity increases their risk for a host of serious...

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This magical unicorn recipe for “nice cream”, courtesy of the new Dubai children’s restaurant White + The Bear, is full of strawberries, which are a fantastic source of Vitamin C and magnesium. If you can find the specialized moulds, want to order all the superfood powders  (and not only pitaya) and have the time, then follow all directions. Or you can just make the base, scoop into a bowl and serve it up to the little...

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According to Cigna research, 77 percent of UAE residents say they work in an ‘always on’ culture. The Cigna 360 well-being survey highlights stress in the UAE is high as depicted by this infographic. Whether you work in an office or full-time at home, workplace stress is unusually high in the UAE. For further reading, also see World Mental Health Day: The dangers of stress in the UAE or visit Cigna-Me.

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You know the drill: You wanted to hit the ground running after a summer spent traveling, eating and just generally chilling out. But here you are more than a month into the busy season and your social calendar has taken over your diet and exercise plan. And you are starting to wonder if it might just be easier to make some New Year’s resolutions about getting back to the gym.  Well, don’t. That’s three months...

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This article appears as part of livehealthy.ae‘s partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 300 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story.  By António Guterres On the eve of the September UN Climate Action Summit, young women and men around the world mobilized by the millions and told global leaders: “You are failing us.” They are right. Global emissions are increasing. Temperatures are rising.  The consequences for oceans, forests, weather patterns,...

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Out of 1,000 people people surveyed by Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi ahead of World Heart Day on September 29, 71 percent say they have at least one major risk factor for heart disease. And the most common risk factors they reported are also among the most serious causes of heart disease: 23 percent reported they have high blood pressure, 15 percent have diabetes and 21 percent are obese. Out of the respondents, 35 percent say...

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This interview of Naomi Klein originally appeared in The Guardian and is published here as part of livehealthy.ae‘s partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 300 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story leading up to the United Nations Climate Action Summit. Klein is an internationally noted environmentalist and social activist. She currently holds the Gloria Steinem Chair in Media, Culture and Feminist Studies at Rutgers University in New Jersey....

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This story by Emily Holden originally appeared in The Guardian and is published here as part of livehealthy.ae‘s partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 300 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story leading up to the United Nations Climate Action Summit. The climate crisis is making people sicker — worsening illnesses ranging from seasonal allergies to heart and lung disease. Children, pregnant women and the elderly are the...

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This story by Mark Hertsgaard originally appeared in The Nation and is published here as part of livehealthy.ae‘s partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 300 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story leading up to the 2019 United Nations Climate Action Summit. As world leaders converged on New York City for the United Nations Climate Action Summit, they entered what may have be the most consequential week in...