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Mindfulness only works for women
The concept of mindfulness has gained momentum in recent years as people struggle with increasingly stressful lives.
Iran’s women stand third in Kazakh 3x3 basketball tourney
Iran women’s national 3x3 basketball team exhibited commendable performances at the Above the Rim Vol.1 tournament in Kazakhstan, and stood third in the tournament.
Iran's women pull off third victory in Kazakh 3x3 basketball meet
Iran's women captured their third consecutive victory at the Above the Rim Vol.1 3x3 basketball tournament in Kazakhstan, powering past the Kyrgyz outfit.
Young women more likely to suffer anxiety
Young women are 'significantly more likely' to report they are suffering from anxiety or depression than their male counterparts, statistics revealed, raising concerns that a high number of young women working in low-paid and insecure jobs is leading to a severe decline in mental health.
Trump says will make US a place where women can work and thrive
US President Donald Trump has said his administration will work to ensure America becomes a place where woman can work and thrive “like never before”, as he praised his women colleagues, including Indian-Americans Nikki Haley and Seema Verma.
Leader: Viewing women as commodity Zionist plot
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned about a “Zionist plot” to corrupt the involvement of women in the society.
Women, children slaughtered in South Sudan
Women and children are being slaughtered in South Sudan by soldiers who said to be using knives for the massacres to save their ammunition.
Women’s pay gap 'biggest robbery in history'
A new UN initiative launched calls the women’s pay gap, which sees women paid 23 percent less than men globally: 'The biggest robbery in history'.
Abyar wins best director award at Vancouver women filmfest
Iranian filmmaker Narges Abyar won the Best Director Award for 'Breath' at the 12th Vancouver International Women In Film Festival (VIWIFF) in Canada.
Detailed advisories help bring down blood mercury concentrations among women
A new study shows detailed consumption advisories have a role in recent years when fish consumption has increased while blood mercury concentrations have decreased among women of childbearing age in the US.
Study finds women less likely to have heart checked
Researchers from the George Institute for Global Health and the University of Sydney in Australia have found a gender divide in screening for cardiovascular disease, with women much less likely to be screened for heart disease.
Most older women don’t get bone tests after hip fractures
When older women fracture a hip, they usually don’t get bone density tests that might show whether they need treatment to help prevent more broken bones, a recent US study suggested.
Women working together to improve lives of women worldwide
By Chitra Deshpande* This International Women’s Day we celebrate women in the changing world of work, recognizing the need to fully realize women’s working potential in order to achieve Agenda 2030.
Malaysia charges two women with Kim’s murder
A Malaysian court has formally charged two female suspects with the assassination earlier of the North Korean leader’s exiled half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, at the Kuala Lumpur airport.

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