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Jonathan Gornall

Jonathan Gornall is an award-winning freelance British journalist, formerly with The Times, who has lived and worked in the Middle East and is now based in the UK. He specializes in health, a subject on which he writes for the British Medical Journal and the Daily Mail in the UK. He has also written on a wide range of topics for The National newspaper in the UAE, where he was on the staff from 2008 to 2012. A keen sailor and onetime ocean rower, his latest book, “How to Build a Boat,” published by Simon & Schuster, is an account of a year spent building a traditional wooden boat as an inspirational gift and life lesson for his young daughter.

Research that Pollution Is Added Risk in Diabetes Hits Sandstorm in Middle East By Jonathan Gornall - Jul 8, 2018

Type 2 diabetes, a deadly global epidemic particularly prevalent in the affluent nations of the Gulf, is the unhealthy downside of good times. There is no cure for it. The trick is to prevent it taking hold in the first place or at least to mitigate its impact by making lifestyle changes. But eating less … Continue reading “Research that Pollution Is Added Risk in Diabetes Hits Sandstorm in Middle East”