European Health Insurance Card

European Health Insurance Card: don’t leave home without it

The European Health Insurance Card gives you peace of mind when you’re on short stays in other EU states (plus four non-EU countries). It’s free and covers emergency state medical treatment. Get one now!

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Bistro 516 Valletta, Malta

Around Malta for the Gluten-Free

Gluten-free travelers to Malta can rest a little easier knowing that there are some restaurants & cafes keen to cater to their dietary needs. We test a few.

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Sweet-toothed holiday: Malta’s dental tourism

Dental tourism is a growing branch of healthcare in Malta. One practice on the islands, Savina Clinics, is proving a trailblazer in the sector.

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AAT Research, Neurotech company Malta

EU Year of the Brain & a pioneering neuro-tech company in Malta

With 2014 designated European Year of the Brain, we talk to AAT Research, an innovative young company in Malta working on ground-breaking, neurotechnology products in the spheres of autism, epilepsy and neuromarketing.

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Dr John Briffa

Dr John Briffa: ‘Escape the Diet Trap’ workshop in Malta

Dr John Briffa, a UK specialist in weight loss & health and a well-known author and journalist, presents the insights behind his new book, ‘Escape the Diet Trap’, 12 November.

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Spoilt for Spas

It’s chillier these days and it’s January blues time. Remind yourself that Malta has plenty of wellness centres and spas to treat yourself in.

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Food for thought

A TED talk by Jamie Oliver on junk food and child obesity inspires us to take a closer look at the good fruit and veg available to us in Malta.

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A breath of Malta’s fresh air?

There’s nothing like a good blow of fresh sea air. Or is there? When it comes to Malta’s air quality, you might be surprised. Best to enjoy an onshore wind it seeems!

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Prickly pears

Prickly Pear-shaped healthly eating

Prickly pears are a vicious weed to most in Malta, but to those in the know, they are packed with goodness. If you can manage to spit the pips that is!

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Surviving a Malta heatwave

It’s been touching 40 degrees for the past two days. That’s peak summer in Malta. But if you don’t want to end up with heat-stroke, bad sun-burn or worse, see our commonsense tips on safe sun protection.

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UK Swine Flu Expert in Malta

Malta Inside Out interviews the UK’s Chief Advisor on Preparedness for Pandemics. Holidaying in Malta, Prof. Nigel Lightfoot said visitors and locals should enjoy the season’s events, and that it should be business as usual in Malta this summer.

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