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Tehran, 04 June_The total number of people who have contracted the coronavirus in Iran is about to hit 150,000, the Health Ministry spokesperson announced, noting that nearly 117,000 positive cases have recovered from the viral disease .
News ID: 46367    Publish Date : 2020/06/04


Tehran, 04 June_The death toll from the novel coronavirus in Iran surpassed 8,000 on Wednesday, while more than 125,000 positive cases have recovered from the disease .
News ID: 46366    Publish Date : 2020/06/04


TEHRAN, oct 14_With an increase of nearly 10,000 cases of tickborne disease from 2016 to 2017 -- mostly lyme disease -- the National Institutes of Health announced a five-year plan to expand research and reduce infections.
News ID: 43941    Publish Date : 2019/10/14


TEHRAN, Sept 04 -Regular exercise benefits heart disease patients more than healthy people, according to a new study.
News ID: 43522    Publish Date : 2019/09/04


TEHRAN, August 20 - A middle-aged woman had persistent symptoms that doctors couldn't explain. Frustrated, she took an increasingly common route: a search through the Internet.
News ID: 43236    Publish Date : 2019/08/20


TEHRAN, Jul 15 - If you trim out only 300 calories a day -- the equivalent of six Oreo cookies -- that could be all it takes to cut diabetes and heart disease risk, new research suggests.
News ID: 42009    Publish Date : 2019/07/15


TEHRAN, Jul 11 -Heart damage in older adults may be leading to more falls, new research shows.
News ID: 41856    Publish Date : 2019/07/11


TEHRAN, Jun 20 -An experimental drug for sickle cell disease reduced anemia and boosted the health of red blood cells in patients, according to a new study.
News ID: 40906    Publish Date : 2019/06/20


TEHRAN, Jun 19 -While diet and lifestyle play a large role in heart disease , researchers in Sweden report that a higher number of cases are caused by genetics than previously thought.
News ID: 40879    Publish Date : 2019/06/19


TEHRAN, Jun 12 -Life in Antarctica requires a surprising level of genetic adaptability, according to a new study.
News ID: 40626    Publish Date : 2019/06/12


TEHRAN, Jun 9 -Researchers have identified antibodies from pathogens in the blood of wild snow leopards they say could pose a threat to the species.
News ID: 40559    Publish Date : 2019/06/09


TEHRAN, Jun 5 -People living with HIV have higher rates of heart ailments, new research shows.
News ID: 40384    Publish Date : 2019/06/05


TEHRAN, May 29 - E-cigarettes are largely considered safer than traditional cigarettes, but a new study suggests use of the devices -- as well as the flavors, regardless of nicotine content -- may pose a new risk for heart disease .
News ID: 40049    Publish Date : 2019/05/29


TEHRAN, May 28- The World Health Organization has prioritized norm-setting over curbing actual disease , adding burnout and gaming addiction to its International Classification of Diseases and removing transgenderism in a politically correct move.
News ID: 39982    Publish Date : 2019/05/28


TEHRAN, May 21-And researchers say the longer a woman breastfeeds, the more she may be able to reduce her risk.
News ID: 39641    Publish Date : 2019/05/21


TEHRAN, May 05 -A new machine being developed in Florida might provide another weapon against the spread of citrus greening disease , which has decimated crops worldwide.
News ID: 38844    Publish Date : 2019/05/05


TEHRAN, May 04 -Walnuts may be the key to finding better cardiovascular health, new findings show.
News ID: 38804    Publish Date : 2019/05/04


TEHRAN, May 04 -People with multiple blocked arteries of the heart have a better chance for survival if they receive coronary grafting surgery, rather than stents, new findings show.
News ID: 38788    Publish Date : 2019/05/04


TEHRAN, Apr 20 - "Our study shows that by adopting a simple psychological intervention, aided by the use of an online risk assessment tool, we can significantly improve measurable clinical outcomes," said researcher Koula Asimakopoulou.
News ID: 38145    Publish Date : 2019/04/20


TEHRAN, Apr 17 - Ten infants have successfully received an experimental therapy, which involves collecting their bone marrow and exposing it to a virus that inserts a corrected copy of the defective gene into their stem cells.
News ID: 38058    Publish Date : 2019/04/18