Iran will be organizing a joint symposium on nanomedicine and biotechnology together with China at Sahand University of Technology in Tabriz.
Iran, China to hold joint symposium on nanomedicine
Iranian treatment and health centers work at the level of international standards, said Mauritanian Health Minister Kane Boubacar, who is in Tehran on an official visit.
Mauritanian minister: Iranian health centers enjoying int'l standards
In intriguing research, a team of scientists may have discovered the earliest age at which a person can reason logically: 12 months.
Can a one-year-old reason like a scientist?
High blood pressure symptoms can be hard to spot, but if the condition is left untreated it can increase the risk of serious problems such as strokes and heart attacks.
Eat five portions of fruit and veg to reduce high blood pressure symptoms
Maintaining an active lifestyle during pregnancy can reduce the amount of time spent in labor during childbirth, a study has concluded.
Exercising while pregnant can reduce time spent in labor, study finds
A new study lends further evidence to a suspected link between abnormal breast growth in young boys — called prepubertal gynecomastia — and regular exposure to lavender or tea tree oil, by finding that key chemicals in these common plant-derived oils act as endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
Chemicals in lavender and tea tree oil appear to be hormone disruptors
When you get an antibiotic-resistant infection, seeing an infectious-disease doctor can save your life, a study of the Washington University in St. Louis showed.
Seeing infectious-disease doctors when get antibiotic-resistant infection can save life
The heart is the first organ to develop in the womb and the first cause of concern for many parents.
Team develops 3D tissue model of developing human heart
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a complex psychological condition, and those who suffer from it experience severe reduction in their quality of life.
Which skills will help patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder?
A massive study in Europe is challenging the so-called ‘obesity paradox’ in which overweight or obese people are not at increased risk of heart disease.
Massive study challenges 'obesity paradox' — weight does affect health

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