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Five easy ways to become more sustainable in your daily life

With Qatar Sustainability Week upon us, it's the perfect time to look at the impact our consumption has on our environment. Here are five simple steps you can take to be a little more...

Majority of adults and youngsters in the region are unhealthy warns research

By Sara Abadi Half of adults and 75% of youngsters fail to meet international exercise recommendations, Weill Cornell Medicine research finds. Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar have published a study on the prevalence of sedentary behaviour...

Interview: ‘Girls need to see early on in their lives that everything is open to them, and nothing will stop them’

by Menatalla Ibrahim Doha news speaks to leading gender studies scholar, Dr. Amal Mohammed Al-Malki, to find out where she thinks Qatari women stand in their rapidly changing society. Recent years have seen huge changes in...

If love is blind, why is it so difficult for those with visual impairment to get married?

By Sara Al-Ansari How Qataris with visual impairment fall foul of misinformation, as they look for true love and partnership. It was past midnight. The moon had cast a faint silvery glow through the clouds onto...

Life after COVID-19: what will it be like?

By Menatalla Ibrahim This week Qatar began phase one of easing the lockdown; after enduring over two months of closed shops malls, mosques, schools as well as the suspension of all sports activity, going back...

Dietician Fatma Ben Brahim on keeping healthy at home under lockdown

By Mariam Versyani Doha News speaks to Fatma Ben Brahim, a clinical and sport dietitian and dietary guideline trainer in Qatar, about how to keep healthy at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. During these unusual times,...
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