One of the victims of a 2014 acid attack in Iran’s Isfahan, who was preparing to stand her last chance and undergo an extensive surgery in the US city of Boston, has expressed the hope to regain her sight and meet President Hassan Rouhani.
Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education, Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi, has ordered officials to make arrangements for free treatment of a child boy, whose photo taken in the Parliament amid Tehran terrorist attacks grabbed the headlines across the world.
Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education says the Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is now under control in the country.
Iraq’s health minister has thanked Tehran for meeting Baghdad’s needs in the health and medical treatment sectors in the earliest time.
An 86-year-old Iranian woman, who started painting all of a sudden two years ago, has put her paintings on display in an exhibition in the capital city of Tehran.
An Iranian health official attributed the cause of death of celebrated film director Abbas Kiarostami to “meningeal hemorrhage” due to a blood thinner medicine he was given when he was hospitalized in France.
Grocery markets in the Iranian capital are offering free fruit in baskets to the needy people and children, to both help poor citizens add fruit to their food basket and promote fruit consumption among kids.
An Iranian MP has praised a 25-percent decrease in imports of pharmaceuticals to Iran, saying the country should focus on expanding the export of its homegrown medicine by using the expertise of its elites.
At least 400 university students in central Iranian city of Yazd were food poisoned, with almost half of them hospitalized on Monday morning, an emergency official declared.
A group of university students formulated a scenario to boost the morale of a boy suffering from a serious condition and enable him to fight the disease.