February 20, 2017 0408 GMT
Self-check for thyroid abnormalities can help earlier detection of cancer
Regular self-exams play an important role in early detection of thyroid disease, a specialist said.
Bone loss in women may be reduced with anti-inflammatory diet
Researchers at The Ohio State University have found that anti-inflammatory diets may reduce the risk of bone loss and fractures in women.
High-tech blood sugar monitors may help people with type 1 diabetes
A continuous glucose monitor helps people with type 1 diabetes who need insulin shots every day manage their blood sugar levels safely, two new studies suggested.
Diet lacking in food from animal sources increases preterm birth risk
Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology found women who lacked vitamin B12 in their diets were more likely to have a preterm birth.
Sweet-tooth nation: US can't kick soda habit
Soda habits among kids and adults in the US are still going strong: About two-thirds of children and half of adults report drinking at one least one sugar-sweetened beverage a day, two new reports found.
Artificial intelligence 'as good as cancer doctors'
Artificial intelligence can identify skin cancer in photographs with the same accuracy as trained doctors, said scientists.
Iran ready to cooperate with Muslim countries in medical science
Safeguards may be reducing serious catheter infections
Improved catheter safety measures in hospitals significantly reduce bloodstream infections and health care costs, a new study indicated.
Youngest children in class more likely to get ADHD medication
The youngest children in class are more likely than their older classmates to receive medication for ADHD (attention deficit hpyeractivity disorder), a study has found.
World's smallest MRI helps tiny babies
Doctors in England are pioneering the use of a compact MRI scanner for imaging the brains of premature babies.
All rights reserved by iran Daily Online Copyright