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TEHRAN, oct 18_A common type of blood pressure medication might be associated with an increased risk of suicide, a new study suggests.
News ID: 43976    Publish Date : 2019/10/18


TEHRAN, August 21 - Medical marijuana markets are growing fastest in Oklahoma and Florida, studies show, prompting calls for research on health impacts and drug interactions.
News ID: 43310    Publish Date : 2019/08/22


TEHRAN, Aug 03 - Even mild anemia -- low levels of hemoglobin in the blood -- may raise a person's odds for Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia, a new study finds.
News ID: 42694    Publish Date : 2019/08/03


TEHRAN, Jul 30 -New British research is bolstering the theory that elevated levels of sex hormones in the uterus could play a role in autism risk .
News ID: 42565    Publish Date : 2019/07/30


TEHRAN, Jul 18 -Accused child sex trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein, is a “flight risk ” particularly as he is in possession of a Saudi passport and, therefore should be held without bail, says a political commentator.
News ID: 42095    Publish Date : 2019/07/18


TEHRAN, Jul 2 -Low-dose computed tomography may help lower lung cancer deaths, a follow-up study shows.
News ID: 41446    Publish Date : 2019/07/02


TEHRAN, Jun 25 -Anticholinergic drugs are used in a variety of ways, including as antidepressants and antipsychotics, as well as for bladder and gastrointestinal conditions, allergies and for symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
News ID: 41127    Publish Date : 2019/06/25


TEHRAN, Jun 3 - From cappuccinos to cold brew, coffee is a morning must for many Americans, but is it healthy and how much is too much?
News ID: 40277    Publish Date : 2019/06/03


TEHRAN, May 22 -"This research showed that following the DASH diet can reduce the risk of developing heart failure by almost half, which is better than any medicine," said study author Dr. Claudia Campos.
News ID: 39714    Publish Date : 2019/05/22


TEHRAN, May 15 - Patients given a so-called "safer" opioid have a higher chance of prolonged use, even though the drug has a low risk of addiction, a new study says.
News ID: 39375    Publish Date : 2019/05/15


TEHRAN, May 14 -Statin drugs have always been good for the heart, but new research shows they may also be a new weapon in the fight against cancer.
News ID: 39305    Publish Date : 2019/05/14


TEHRAN, May 01 -Receiving intensive blood pressure therapy may help type 2 diabetics fight off cardiovascular disease, new findings show.
News ID: 38701    Publish Date : 2019/05/01


TEHRAN, Mar 06 -Italy’s ruling coalition is not at risk of falling apart over a controversial Italy-France high-speed rail link that is causing tensions within the populist coalition, Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Wednesday.
News ID: 36367    Publish Date : 2019/03/06


TEHRAN, Feb 23 - While President Trump has set a goal of eradicating HIV in 10 years, a new report suggests the time frame is only long enough to get two-thirds of the way there.
News ID: 35830    Publish Date : 2019/02/23


TEHRAN, Jan 26 - What will be the case US loses its military edge? Let's see what will happen in the present report.
News ID: 34580    Publish Date : 2019/01/26


TEHRAN, Jan 23 -Aspirin can help reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, but it also increases major bleeding in patients who use it regularly, a new study says.
News ID: 34461    Publish Date : 2019/01/23


TEHRAN, Jan 15 -Women with partners deployed on military duty face a higher risk of perinatal mental illness, a study says
News ID: 34123    Publish Date : 2019/01/15


TEHRAN, Jan 15 -Six hours: That's the minimum amount of sleep per night you need to help your heart stay healthy, new research suggests.
News ID: 34109    Publish Date : 2019/01/15


TEHRAN, Jan 2 - College students have a higher risk of developing a rare and possibly deadly bacterial infection than non-college young people, according to a new study.
News ID: 33622    Publish Date : 2019/01/02


TEHRAN, December 26 - The risk of suffering a heart attack in the US and other Western countries is highest on Christmas Eve, likely due to negative emotions like anger and anxiety, as well as overeating and excessive alcohol consumption, according to a new study.
News ID: 33369    Publish Date : 2018/12/26