April 26, 2017 0400 GMT
Ninth International Seminar on Immunodeficiency Diseases due on Friday
The Ninth International Seminar on Immunodeficiency Diseases will be held at Children Medical Center in Tehran during April 21-22, said the head of the seminar.
Heart health affected by body's zinc supply: Study
Researchers in Munich, Germany have identified a link between the level of zinc in the body and the risk of cardiovascular issues related to oxidative stress.
Should pregnant mothers hang up their cell phones?
Children whose mothers were frequent cell phone users during pregnancy were more likely than those of less frequent users to be hyperactive, a new study found.
Air pollution linked to year-round runny noses
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have discovered a direct biological and molecular association between air pollution and chronic nasal symptoms.
Some tips to help drift off for a comfortable night's snooze
Adults need a proper bedtime routine just as much as little ones.
Most mentally ill women not getting cervical cancer screenings
Cervical cancer screening rates are much lower among women with severe mental illness than among other women, a new study found.
Virtual reality can help autistic children overcome phobias
Autistic children are being helped to cope with phobias using virtual technology that recreates anxiety triggers.
Researchers identify a new HIV reservoir
HIV cure research to date has focused on clearing the virus from T cells, a type of white blood cell that is an essential part of the immune system.
Anti-depressant use before, during pregnancy tied to autism risk
Antidepressant use right before and during pregnancy may be linked with a higher risk of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children, hints a new analysis of past research.
Swansea University smart bandage trials ‘within 12 months’
Bandages which can detect how a wound is healing and send messages back to doctors could be trialed within the next 12 months, scientists said.
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