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Arabic language mental & physical wellbeing magazine 'Good Health Arabia' launched
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed May 23, 2012 9:12 pm

UAE. Dubai-based Lulua Publishing has launched Good Health Arabia, an Arabic language sister title to the health and wellbeing lifestyle title published by ACP Magazines in Australia.

Under license from ACP Magazines, Good Health Arabia aims to fulfill a need in the region for informative, up-to-date, entertaining and relevant information and opinions that empower women in their focus for a healthy and fruitful lifestyle.

The only one of its kind in the region, the publication addresses everyday challenges a woman faces, providing tips and solutions to meet them head on with content rich information to promote a better living and wellbeing.

Good Health Arabia will build on Good Health Australia’s extensive expertise and library in providing quality editorial content, including sections covering health, fitness, nutrition and diet, as well as comprehensive analysis by some of the best doctors and specialized writers in the world.

Commenting on the already well-received launch witnessed across the Middle East, Lulua Publishing Founder and Publisher Sheikha Intisar Al-Sabah said: “The region is lacking in reliable Arabic resources in the field of health and wellbeing, and the topical, informative and entertaining delivery Good Health Arabia provides serves our audience on many levels.

“Our objective at Lulua Publishing is to provide our readers with solid yet entertaining information, and the inspiration to use that knowledge to improve their lives. As a result of this, and the absence of a dedicated Arabic-language publication, we have already seen tremendous response to this very credible title appearing on shelves in the Middle East.”

Featuring Nancy Ajram on the cover of the May edition, as well as an interview with the Lebanese celebrity focusing on her personal techniques to live a healthy life, the May print run was introduced to the Kuwait market at an exclusive event where readers were able to meet with the star and receive signed copies of Good Health Arabia.

In an energetic, vibrant atmosphere, the event immersed the attendees in the character and persona of the publication, imparting them with the knowledge to lead an empowered, spirited and wholesome lifestyle.

Available in the UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan, the print edition of Good Health Arabia is to be followed by an Arabic language Good Health website, enabling women in the Middle East to access the publication’s rich information on a digital platform

 

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