EMIRATIS URGED TO SIGN UP FOR LONG-TERM HEALTH STUDY, EMIRATIS URGED

Long-term study aims to determine how various risk factor affect Emirati health, including the risk of developing diabetes

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Emirati: Emirati or Emirian people are citizens and an ethnic group who share their culture, descent and the Arabic variety of the United Arab Emirates . The largest concentration is in the UAE, with a population of 947,997 being ethnic Emirati .