Healthcare

Medical news and articles from across Iran, exploring various health challenges and developments faced nationally and globally.

Iranian surgeons learned much during imposed war, says health official

The scientific level of Iranian general surgeons improved dramatically during the Iraqi imposed war (1980-88), says the head of Iranian Association of General Surgeons (IAGS).

Swiss President: “After Visiting Mahak, Altruistic Behaviour is Reflected in Iran’s Culture.”

Within minutes, I witnessed how capable Mahak is at helping children deal with cancer. That an NGO should be in charge of such an important issue is self-explanatory. It is easy to see that there is a humanitarian culture in Iran, and it is not just financially manifested.

Iran manufactures auto injectors for MS patients

Iran has in the past few days set up a production line for manufacturing auto injectors for Iranian patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) under the terms of a contract with France.

Iranian nanocarrier fixes antibiotics side effects

Iranian researchers have produced polymeric nanoparticles that reduce the harmful side effects of antibiotic consumption and increase efficiency of treatment.

Prof Samii awarded Serbian Medal of Merit

Distinguished German-Iranian neurosurgeon and medical scientist, Professor Majid Samii was awarded the Serbian national Medal of Merit, called the Golden Medal of Merit, by Serbian President, Tomislav Nikolić.

Iran researcher: GMO imports ‘a Zionist plot’

Imports of genetically modified products are a “Zionist plot” to infect Iranians with diseases and a “serious example of infiltration,” a researcher says.

Iran ranks 1st in producing probiotics in the region

Head of the Society of Probiotic and Functional Foods said that Iran has the first ranking of the region in producing probiotics

One Telegram Message Brings 50 People to Hospital

A family member of a patient who was in need of a blood donation in Babol Hospital attracted 50 people with a single Telegram message.

More Than 1,500 Shisha Pipes Destroyed

In a symbolic gesture in the Kurdish city of Sanandaj in western Iran, 1,500 shisha pipes – also known as water or hubble-bubble pipes...

Addicts Who Became Flower Farmers

The Deputy Governor General of the northern province of Mazandaran says that high-risk addicts, after recovering at a rehabilitation center, are now working as...

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