Can Dubai become the world's happiest city?

Smart Dubai's vision is for Dubai to be both the happiest city and the most technologically advanced city in the world. Its next step is to gauge deeper emotions through vocal emotions technology that analyzes tone of voice and other vocal properties. ( read original story ...)

Liver diseases growing among Emiratis

Abu Dhabi: There has been up to a 40 per cent increase in the prevalence ... senior consultant at the Asian American Liver Centre (AALC), told Gulf News. The AALC has been tasked with providing liver care for Emiratis over the last 10 years, and is a ... ( read original story ...)

UAE’s foundation to launch work on dam in Somalia

Mogadishu, April 14 (IANS/WAM) The UAE’s Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation will launch work on a dam in Somalia’s Hargeisa city in the next two days to continue efforts to curb famine in the country. The United Arab Emirates-funded project is ... ( read original story ...)

Bounce your weight off

Dubai: Working out while bouncing on a trampoline seems to be ... founder and managing partner of Jump Box, told Gulf News. “Studies showed that an hour of jumping on a trampoline can burn up to 700 calories, and has been proven to be three times more ... ( read original story ...)

Gurdwara in UAE enters Guinness book for ‘marathon breakfast’

Dubai, Apr 14 (PTI) A gurdwara in Dubai has found a place in the Guinness book of world records by serving free breakfast to hundreds of people from over 100 countries in an hour-long event. The Gurunanak Darbar gurdwara served continental breakfast titled ... ( read original story ...)

Abu Dhabi property market under pressure from sluggish economy

Skyscrapers stand on the city skyline in Abu Dhabi. The property market has been under pressure for more than a year after Abu Dhabi had to cut government spending and lay off thousands of workers at state-linked firms partly because of lower oil revenues. ( read original story ...)