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Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, Farwaniya launches Vitamin D awareness campaign
July 16, 2018, 2:23 pm
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Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, Farwaniya has launched a new campaign to identify a deficiency of Vitamin D, which is a common problem faced by the people residing in Gulf countries.

According to the recent survey conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 70 percent of people living in Gulf countries suffer from Vitamin D deficiency. It is also reported that the deficiency of Vitamin D  can cause bone pain and muscle weakness, and many such issues can be found in the population of Kuwait.

One of the most prominent Medical Centers in Kuwait, Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, Farwaniya, has taken a leading role in offerings tests to check if patients have a deficiency in Vitamin D at an affordable price. The package includes a Vitamin D Lab Test, a Calcium Lab Test and a Doctor Consultation with the total cost to customers being only KD 9/-. The same tests invite a higher charge in most medical institutions in Kuwait.

Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, invites people to avail of this package before the end of this month and discover their medical conditions with this package. For more info call 24759250/70/80 or whatsapp in 60689323.

Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre - Farwaniya  located near Farwaniya Garden Center is a part of Badr Al-Samaa Group of Hospitals and Al-Hilal Group of Hospitals , Bahrain , Oman, Kuwait, UAE , Qatar, India and KSA; . The center offers wide range of specialty medical services such as  Internal Medicine, ENT, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Urology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Dentistry, General Medicine, Pharmacy.  The center is supported  with latest medical technology including Advanced Medical Laboratory and Radiology.   

 

 

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