1029 GMT June 16, 2019
Childhood allergies may be linked to high sugar, fat content in junk food, study reveals
Childhood food allergies may be caused by eating too much junk food.
Dietary supplements not good for health: Study
Researchers have found that consumption of dietary supplements for weight loss, muscle building and energy leads to death, disability and hospitalization in kids and young adults, compared to vitamins.
Quickly removing fluids from kidney surgery patients may increase death risk
Removal of fluids from the body too quickly during kidney surgery can lead to early death, new findings show.
China’s Bank of Kunlun starts work in Iran
Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) announced on Thursday that China's Bank of Kunlun kicked off its work in the country.
Large Ebola outbreaks new normal, said WHO
The world is entering ‘a new phase’ where large outbreaks of deadly diseases like Ebola are a ‘new normal’, the World Health Organization warned.
5 ways to prevent joint pain over the summer
We all suffer with sore joints at some point or other, but what do the medical specialists say what we should do about it?
New technique will help experts make heads or tails of male fertility
A new way of analyzing sperm that tracks the movement of the sperm tail could enable substantial improvements to male fertility testing.
New breast cancer drug found to boost survival rates by 30%
A new form of drug drastically improves survival rates of young women with the most common form of breast cancer, researchers said, citing the results of an international clinical trial.
Iran exports medical equipment to Europe
By Sadeq Dehqan and Leila Imani
How cranberries may curb antibiotic-resistance crisis
New research finds that cranberry molecules make bacteria more sensitive to antibiotics and reveals the twofold mechanism by which they do so.
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