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10 basic life changes that can make a big difference to your health
Despite knowing all the requisites of a healthy lifestyle, we still fail to achieve a disease-free life.
Death of loved one during pregnancy may impact mental health of child
Grieving the death of a loved one can affect an entire family, including babies. In fact, losing a relative during pregnancy may impact the mental health of a child later in life, according to a new report.
What is healthier: Natural sugar, table sugar or artificial sweeteners?
The average American consumes almost 20 teaspoons of sugar per day. Let’s break that down: It’s about equal to a serving of jelly beans plus nine Hershey’s chocolates plus a couple of Double Stuf Oreos, plus a couple of brownies.
Mauritanian minister: Iranian health centers enjoying int'l standards
Iranian treatment and health centers work at the level of international standards, said Mauritanian Health Minister Kane Boubacar, who is in Tehran on an official visit.
Massive study challenges 'obesity paradox' — weight does affect health
A massive study in Europe is challenging the so-called ‘obesity paradox’ in which overweight or obese people are not at increased risk of heart disease.
Chocti: The new form of ghee that tastes just like chocolate
A California-based company, Fourth & Heart, has introduced ‘chocolate’ ghee in the market, which tastes like a hazelnut-chocolate spread.
Five supplements to improve cardiovascular health
High blood pressure, heart disease and lung disease could be prevented with the help of supplements.
Growing up in poverty weakens later health
Poverty remains a widespread problem. In the UK, 30 percent of children are growing up in poverty. More than half of these children are in working households, and poverty is on the rise even for children whose parents work in government-funded jobs.
WHO appoints Iran health minister as commissioner on NCDs
At the official announcement of World Health Organization (WHO), Iranian Minister of Health and Medical Education Dr. Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi was appointed as commissioner to control and prevent non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
JICA grants $14mn aid to Iran’s health sector
Iran’s Ministry of Health and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have signed on Monday a MoU on bilateral cooperation for funding hospital equipment in Iran.
Climate change, environmental risks causing deadlier health threats
Climate change and environmental health risks associated with it are becoming deadlier causing millions of deaths every year around the globe yet no serious measures and policies have ever been adopted even after the recent floods and devastating droughts in Thar to minimize the bad effects of the phenomenon.
President: People's health must be top priority
President Hassan Rouhani on Monday described the development of public transport as a major factor in improving the environment, saying that people's health must be a top priority.
Do dietary supplements work?
Plenty of dietary supplements claim to help you get in shape or lose weight, but do they really work? Several new resources from the National Institutes of Health summarize what is known about the safety and effectiveness of popular supplement ingredients.
Microplastics are a disaster for the environment and our health
Plastics are versatile and durable — and modern life would not be the same without them.

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