‫إعلان عن تأثير الجينسنغ والجينسنغ الأحمر في تثبيط فقدان العظام والعضلات – تم الإعلان عنه في الندوة الدولية الثالثة عشر للجينسنغ 2022

سيول، كوريا الجنوبية، 9 نونبر/تشرين الثاني 2022 / PRNewswire / — عقدت شركة Ginseng Society الكورية الندوة الدولية الثالثة عشرة للجينسنغ في الفترة الممتدة من 25 إلى 28 أكتوبر/تشرين الأول في فندق لوت في سيول.

Professor Narayanan

يُستخدم الجينسنغ الكوري (باناكس الجينسنغ) في العديد من العلاجات منذ حوالي 2000 عام، وهو الأكثر استخدامًا في دونجوي بوجام، وهو كتاب طبي كوري تقليدي. بناءً على العديد من نتائج الأبحاث المتعلقة بالجينسنغ والجينسنغ الأحمر، أقرت وزارة سلامة الأغذية والأدوية في كوريا رسميًا بـ 6 تأثيرات مثل تعزيز المناعة وإزالة التعب وتحسين الذاكرة وتحسين الدورة الدموية.

خلال الندوة، تم نشر نتائج بحث مختلفة عن الجينسنغ، مثل مناعة الجينسنغ ضد الإصابة بفيروس كوفيد-19 (فريق الأستاذ سيو سانغ هي من جامعة تشونغنام Chungnam الوطنية، كوريا الجنوبية) وتأثير الجينسنغ الأحمر على تثبيط تلف الكبد الناجم عن التعرض للزرنيخ  (فريق الأستاذ س.م. كامروزامان في بنغلاديش).

يتحقق فريق البروفيسور هيونغ يونغ كوون من جامعة سونشون هيانغ Soonchunhyang من أن الجينسنغ (الجينسنوسيد rd ) يثبط فقدان العضلات

أعلن فريق البروفيسور هيوك يونغ كوون في جامعة سونتشون هيانغ Soonchunhyang عن التأثير المثبط للجينسنوسيد rd على ساركوبينيا. في مجموعة الجينسنوسيد rd ، تحسنت بمرور الوقت، قوة عضلات الفئران المسنة إلى مستوى مشابه لتلك الموجودة عند الفئران البالغة العادية. بالإضافة إلى ذلك، زاد حجم الخلايا العضلية في مجموعة الجينسنوسيد rd مقارنة بمجموعة التحكم، وفي حالة عدد النوى لكل خلية، زاد عدد النوى المكونة من 6 نوى أو أكثر من 20٪ إلى 37٪.

يتحقق فريق البروفيسور نارايانان من جامعة ميشيغان من أن الجينسنغ الأحمر يمنع فقدان العظام عن طريق الحفاظ على التوازن في الكائنات الدقيقة المعوية

قام فريق البروفيسور نارايان بجامعة ميتشيغان في الولايات المتحدة بتقسيم 21 فأرًا بالغًا إلى أربع مجموعات وأعطوا المضادات الحيوية واسعة الطيف لمدة أسبوعين، ثم قاموا بإعطاء الماء لمجموعة واحدة و 500 مجم/كجم/يوم من مستخلص الجينسنغ الأحمر للمجموعة الأخرى لمدة 4 أسابيع. نتيجة لذلك، تم تقليل التنوع الميكروبي المعوي للفئران بشكل كبير عن طريق إعطاء المضادات الحيوية، ولكن تم قمع الانخفاض في التنوع الميكروبي المعوي وتلف الحاجز بشكل كبير في المجموعة المعالجة بالجينسنغ الأحمر. بالإضافة إلى ذلك، حدث فقدان كبير للعظام في عظم الفخذ والعمود الفقري للفئران بعد العلاج بالمضادات الحيوية، ولكن تم منع فقدان العظام في المجموعة المعالجة بالجينسنغ الأحمر.

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ناندوز قطر تستعد للترحيب بالمشجعين من كافة أنحاء العالم

الدوحة، قطر, 9 نوفمبر / تشرين ثاني 2022 /PRNewswire/ —

أعلنت سلسلة مطاعم ناندوز قطر، المشهورة عالميًّا بتقديم أفضل دجاج بيري بيري مشوي على اللهب، من الدوحة إلى لندن وسيدني وشيكاغو، عن استعدادها للترحيب بالمشجعين من جميع أنحاء العالم، لتجربة أفضل ما تُقدمه من مأكولات خلال احتفالات كأس العالم في دولة قطر .

Nando’s Qatar gears up to give fans from across the globe a fiery welcome

ومع بدء توافد الجماهير إلى دولة قطر، تستعد ناندوز لتقديم تجربة أفرو-برتغالية فريدة للزائرين والمقيمين، من خلال أجوائها الترحيبية الدافئة، التي تبعث شعورًا بالألفة، بالإضافة إلى نكهة أطباقها الاستثنائية المعروفة ، فضلًا عن مجموعة من الأطباق الجديدة.

وفي معرض حديثه عن هذا الاستعداد، قال السيّد ساجد جاسم سليمان المدير العام لناندوز قطر: “نحن هنا من أجل محبي طعامنا الذين يعشقون كرة القدم، وجميع المشجعين الذين سيجدون الفرصة لتذوق دجاجنا الشهي. كما أننا على استعداد تام للحدث الكروي الأضخم الذي بات على وشك الحدوث، ونفخر بأن نكون جزءًا من هذه المرحلة التاريخية لدولة قطر. كما ونتطلع إلى نشر الأجواء الحماسية إلى جانب تقديم النكهات الشهية التي يتوق إليها زبائننا واعتادوا عليها معنا”.

“بوجوده في دولة قطر لأكثر من عقدين، تشتهر ناندوز بطبق إسبيتادا المميز. كل عام ينتظر ضيوفنا نكهة جديدة بفارغ الصبر، حيث نبذل قصارى جهدنا لنرقى إلى مستوى توقعاتهم. نكهتنا الحارة لهذا العام هي إسبيتادا ليما لوسو، وتقديم أكبر إسبيتادا على الإطلاق. هناك العديد من الأطباق المحلية الأخرى التي نقدمها في قالب جديد حصريًّا في دولة قطر والشرق الأوسط، وندعو محبي مأكولاتنا لزيارتنا وتناول الطعام معنا للاستمتاع بأشهى الأطباق”.

يُذكر بأنّ ناندوز قطر قد افتتحت فرعين جديدين بجوار ملاعب كرة القدم التي تمّ تشييدها مؤخرًا في دولة قطر. ليتمكّن ضيوفنا الذين يتوقون إلى الدجاج اللذيذ بأن يزوروا مطاعم ناندوز في لوسيل، وفي الجنوب في مدينة الوكرة، وفي حياة بلازا بجوار استاد خليفة الدولي، سواءً قبل المباراة أو بعدها (أو حتى أثناءها)،.

تتألق مطاعم ناندوز بأنغام الأفرو-لوسو وبتصميم داخلي فريد يتمثل في أعمال فنية مستوحاة من جنوب أفريقيا، مما يتناسب مع الأجواء الاحتفالية في دولة قطر، ليستمتع بها الجميع طوال الوقت. أما أولئك الذين يفضلون البقاء في المنزل والاستمتاع بتشجيع فريقهم المفضل، فيمكنهم الطلب من ناندوز باستخدام تطبيق توصيل الطعام الذي يختارونه، وسيصل إليهم حتى باب منزلهم، أو عبر الإنترنت من خلال order.nandos.qa ، حيث سيستفيدن من مجموعة من العروض الشيقة طوال فترة الحدث الرياضي الأكبر.

لمعرفة المزيد عن مواعيد وفروع المطاعم، يرجى زيارة: www.nandos.qa/eat/restaurantants-all

Rawan Yousif, rawan.yousif@qanect.com, +974 3347 5991

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UAEPL announces ‘The Best’ awards nominees for October

ABU DHABI, The UAE Pro League (UAEPL) has announced the nominees for the ADNOC Pro League Best monthly awards in the Best Player, Best Goalkeeper, and Best Coach categories for October.

The shortlist for the Best Player award includes Al Wahda’s duo Adrien Silva, João Pedro, Al Ain’s midfielder Soufian Rahimi, Ittihad Kalba’s midfielder Daniel Bessa, and Ajman’s midfielder Ben Larbi.

With regard to the Best Goalkeeper category, Al Wasl’s Khaled Al Senani is competing against Ajman’s Ali Al Hosani and Sharjah’s Darwish Mohammad Habib.

Ajman’s Goran Tufegdžic, Shabab Al Ahli’s José Leonardo Nunes Alves Sousa Jardim, and Al Wahda’s Manuel Enrique Jiménez are vying for the Best Coach award.

Voting opens at 20:00, 8th November, 2022, on the UAEPL website and mobile app and will continue for 24 hours, after which, winners will be announced through the UAEPL’s official social media accounts.

Source: Emirates News Agency

SIBF brings the world together: Swedish Ambassador

SHARJAH, Ahmed bin Rakkad Al Ameri, Chairman of the Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), received and welcomed Liselott Andersson, Ambassador of Sweden to the UAE, at the 41st Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) and discussed exploring opportunities to strengthen cultural cooperation and exchange between the emirate and cities in Sweden.

During the Ambassador’s visit to Sharjah, the two sides stressed the importance of culture in strengthening cooperation and communication and forging close bonds between nations.

SBA Chairman Ahmed bin Rakkad Al Ameri said, “Sharjah’s emphasis on cross-cultural collaboration as a tool to strengthen bonds and advance collaboration with various cultures and countries worldwide is in line with the vision and directives of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah. The values instilled by literature and arts in communities are hard to eradicate. Therefore, we are keen on building bridges between various countries around the world through knowledge, arts, and books as these have a sustainable impact on communities.”

Al Ameri further briefed the Swedish Ambassador on SBA’s achievements, including organising the largest book fair in the world, which is witnessing a massive footfall of visitors from across nationalities in its ongoing 41st edition. The chairman also briefed the ambassador on the strengths and diversity of the emirate’s arts and cultural landscape and SBA’s unwavering efforts to advance the publishing sector regionally and internationally.

Liselott Andersson said, “I am pleased with the Swedish participation in the annual book fair. I believe that SIBF is a great platform that brings the world together and is one of the most international ‘places’ that I have ever visited!”

The Swedish Ambassador expressed her wish to enhance cooperation between Swedish institutions and the SBA, including the Nobel Foundation, a private Swedish institution managing the Nobel Prizes, noting that Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature, was hosted at SIBF in 2021.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Sharjah real estate transactions valued at AED16.6 billion in Jan-Sep 2022

SHARJAH, Sharjah Real Estate Registration Department (SRERD) issued a report on the results of real estate transactions for the period ending 30th September, 2022, revealing that cash trading volumes of the emirate’s real estate transactions amounted to AED 16.6 billion.

65,314 total transactions were carried out, distributed among the various cities and regions of Sharjah, including 5,335 sales transactions in 184 areas, with a total area of more than 42.6 million square feet.

The report showed that 79 different nationalities traded on 20,280 properties, and the value of Gulf nationality investments amounted to AED 12.2 billion; investments of other nationalities amounted to AED 4.4 billion, while the value of mortgages reached close to AED 6.6 billion.

Abdul Aziz Ahmed Al Shamsi, Director-General of SRERD, said, “The real estate market in the Emirate of Sharjah has achieved an upward recovery and positive growth in sales transactions during the first three quarters of 2022, in addition to the launch of new real estate projects. Despite the continued volatility of international oil prices and its impact on the business sector, real estate remains a steady economic component, capable of self-sustaining business activities, vitality, and attractiveness by businessmen and investors.”

Al Shamsi highlighted the development and diversification of the legislative structure governing the real estate sector in a way that ensures meeting the needs of owners, investors, and developers alike, while simultaneously keeping pace with developments in the sector.

Recent developments include Law No. (2) of 2022 AD, recently issued by H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, regarding the amendment of Law No. (5) of 2010 that deals with real estate registration in the Emirate of Sharjah, and is part of a set of decisions issued by the Executive Council of the Emirate, to help regulate ownership laws of real estate in the Emirates. The amendment also grants the right of absolute ownership to non-Gulf citizens in a number of cases.

Al Shamsi explained that this amendment will reflect positively during the coming period in achieving more activity and growth in the real estate sector in Sharjah, and will help to enhance the pace of attracting investors and businessmen, in order to expand urban migration and population.

Highest Trading Value in March and August

Results of the first nine months of the year recorded the highest value in trading volumes, at AED 2.7 billion, followed by August with AED 2 billion, and June with AED 1.97 billion.

By distributing the monetary value of real estate transactions during the reporting period throughout the SRERD’s branches, the report found that 96.5 percent of the total trading value was witnessed by the main branch in Sharjah, with an amount of AED 16 billion. The remainder of the 3.5 percent of the total trading value, amounting to nearly AED 600 million, were distributed across the four branches – Central Region, Khorfakkan, Dibba Al Hisn, and Kalba.

Categorising the total transactions by city, 38,902 transactions were carried out in Sharjah, 8,635 transactions were conducted in Khorfakkan, 7,563 transactions were conducted in Kalba, 5,560 transactions were executed in Dibba Al Hisn, and 4,654 transactions were conducted in the Central Region.

Sales transactions increased by 17.9 percent

Sales transactions in the Emirate of Sharjah witnessed a qualitative increase of 17.9 percent during the first nine months of this year, with a difference of 808 transactions, with a total of 5,335 transactions compared to 4,527 transactions during the same period last year.

The total sales transactions executed during the first nine months of 2022 in the city of Sharjah amounted to 4,881 sales in total, across various residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural categories.

The total trading value was determined at nearly AED 6 billion. Muwailih Commercial ranked first with 28.1 percent of the total transactions, amounting to 1,370 transactions, with a trading value of AED 1.3 billion. Al Khan area witnessed 707 transactions, amounting to AED 621.9 million, and the remaining 2,804 transactions were distributed among 104 other areas. It was noted that 75.6 percent of sales transactions were across 10 areas of the city, namely Muwailih Commercial, Al Khan, Hoshi, Al Raqiba, Al Saja’a Industrial, Al Majaz 3, Mezaira’a, Rawdat Al Qirt, Al Nahda, and Al Majaz 2 through 3,688 transactions.

In the city of Kalba, 25 areas witnessed 151 sales transactions worth AED 97.2 million. 36 of these were in the Industrial Area, representing 23.9 percent of the total transactions.

In the Central Region, 149 sales transactions were carried out, distributed over 32 areas, with a total of AED 119 million, and 15.4 percent of these transactions came in Al Taybeh 2, with 23 transactions. In Khorfakkan, 139 transactions were conducted across 17 areas worth AED 101 million and Al Harai Industrial Area accounted for 18 percent of transactions, recording 25 transactions, while 15 transactions were executed in 4 areas in Dibba Al Hisn city, with a total trading value of AED 9.9 million.

241 Usufruct Sale Transactions

During the January – September 2022 period, 241 usufruct sale and resale transactions were carried out with a value of approximately AED 379 million. All these transactions took place in the city of Sharjah, distributed over 8 different areas, namely Muwailih Commercial, Al Khan, Tilal, Al Raqibah, Umm Fanain, Al Saja’a Industrial, Al Nahda, and Al Majaz 3. These transactions were categories into 220 usufruct sale transactions, with a total value of AED 352.4 million, and 21 usufruct resale transactions, with a total value of AED 26.5 million.

3,862 Transactions In Residential Sector

The various types of real estate traded in the Emirate of Sharjah during the first nine months of 2022 covered a total area of 42.6 million square feet. These properties were distributed to 1,521 vacant lands with a total area of 14.1 million square feet, and 1,428 built, under construction, and cultivated lands with an area of 26.3 million square feet. The separated units represented 2,386 units, including parking lots, drivers rooms, residential studios, shops, offices, and commercial stores, with a total area of more than 2.2 million square feet.

Classifying these properties according to sector, the residential real estate reported 3,862 properties, representing 72.4 percent of the total real estate, while 605 industrial properties were traded, representing 11.3 percent. Regarding commercial real estate, 600 properties, representing 11.2 percent, 268 were traded on cultivated lands, representing 5.1 percent of the total real estate.

10 New Projects to Supplement Real Estate Sector

The first nine months of 2022 witnessed the registration of 10 new real estate projects across different regions of the emirate of Sharjah. These projects were divided into pure residential complexes, residential projects, commercial projects and other combined residential-commercial projects.

Investors from 79 countries

Nationalities of investors in the Real Estate sector in the Emirate of Sharjah during January – September 2022 period represented 79 nationalities, who traded on 20,280 properties, of which 731 properties were sold through usufruct transactions.

The value of Gulf nationalities investments amounted to AED 12.2 billion through 17,337 properties traded by 9,696 Gulf investors. Investments of other nationalities amounted to AED 4.4 billion, through 2,752 properties and 2,540 investors.

In regard to statistics of real estate traded in the Emirate by way of usufruct sale, properties’ traded amounted to 731, by 826 investors from 59 different nationalities.

In general, and by sub-categorising lists of the most traded properties by nationality, real estate of Emirati investors ranked first, with a total of 15,925 properties. This was followed by properties traded by Syrian nationals, with 727 properties, 724 properties of investors from the State of Kuwait, 563 properties traded by Indian nationals. Saudi nationals invested in 440 properties, followed by Iraqi nationals with 412 properties.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Sharjah International Book Fair brings the whole world together: Swedish Ambassador

SHARJAH, Ahmed bin Rakkad Al Ameri, Chairman of the Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), received Liselott Andersson, Ambassador of Sweden to the UAE, at the 41st Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF).

During the Ambassador’s visit to Sharjah, the two sides held discussions to explore opportunities to strengthen cultural cooperation and exchange between the emirate and cities in Sweden, highlighting the importance of culture in strengthening cooperation and communication, and forging close bonds between nations.

Al Ameri said, “Sharjah’s emphasis on cross-cultural collaboration as a tool to strengthen bonds and advance collaboration with various cultures and countries worldwide is in line with the vision and directives of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.”

Al Ameri further briefed the Swedish Ambassador on SBA’s achievements, including organising the largest book fair in the world, which is witnessing a massive footfall of visitors from across nationalities in its ongoing 41st edition. The Chairman also briefed the Ambassador on the strengths and diversity of the emirate’s arts and cultural landscape and SBA’s unwavering efforts to advance the publishing sector regionally and internationally.

For her part, Liselott Andersson stated, “I am pleased with the Swedish participation in the annual book fair. I believe that SIBF is a great platform that brings the world together and is one of the most international places that I have ever visited.”

The Swedish Ambassador expressed her wish to enhance cooperation between Swedish institutions and the SBA, including the Nobel Foundation, a private Swedish institution managing the Nobel Prizes, noting that Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature, was hosted at SIBF in 2021.

Source: Emirates News Agency