January 20, 2017 0135 GMT
Iran boasts one of safest bloods worldwide
Antibody trial successful in treating HIV patients
Researchers have identified a new generation of antibodies that neutralized several strains of HIV and are conducting human trials with the 10-1074 antibody.
Acupuncture may help babies with colic
For beleaguered parents desperate to soothe a colicky baby, Swedish researchers have a novel suggestion — acupuncture.
Steps to rein in epilepsy in Iran
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Gastric bypass may offer teens lasting weight loss
Extremely obese teens who get surgery to help shed excess pounds may achieve long-term weight loss, but some may also face additional operations and vitamin deficiency, two new studies suggested.
Myocarditis, a life-threatening heart failure
A virus — similar to the one which can cause the common cold — could cause heart failure, experts have warned.
Flu tightens its hold on the nation
The pace of flu activity continues to quicken across the US, and probably hasn't peaked yet.
1,000 psychiatric beds inaugurated
China confirms one more human death from H7N9 bird flu
A man in China's central Henan Province has become the latest person reported to have died this winter from H7N9 bird flu.
Eating hot chili peppers linked to decreased mortality
Researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont have found that consuming hot red chili peppers may reduce total mortality.
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