About $91 million worth of medicinal herbs, including cumin, coriander and coriander seeds, henna and damask rose, were exported in the last Iranian year (March 2015-16).
Development of traditional medicine and medicinal herbs can contribute vastly to the economics of health and medical care in the country, said advisor to health minister Dr Mahmoud Khodadoost, on Monday.
By imposing sanctions on the export of pharmaceuticals to Iran, Trump administration is trampling human rights and threatening Iranian lives, an Iranian Parliament member said.
In 1985, 30 million people in the world suffered from diabetes. The figure rose to 230 million in 2008. Currently, two people in the world develop diabetes every 10 seconds. Unhealthy diet and incorrect lifestyle have turned diabetes into a serious crisis in the world.
A four-month-old Iranian baby named Fatemeh was scheduled to visit the US for a critical procedure when she was barred from entering the country due to President Trump’s travel ban put last week. However, she was finally let in and doctors will treat him for free.
The family of a 64-year-old retired teacher gave their consent to transplant his body organs after his brain death in southwestern Iran.
Iranian researchers and scientists have put on display the world’s first ever herbal medicine to cure Alzheimer’s or stop it from progressing through alleviating its symptoms such as memory loss and confusion.
A child has been born in an Iranian hospital after 14 years of cryopreservation, the process of preserving an embryo at sub-zero temperatures.
An Iranian lawmaker slammed the country’s failure to launch a blood refinery, saying Iran should not import expensive blood-based drugs while it is capable to produce them.
The heart of Behnam Mirzakhani, a 25-year-old Iranian fireman who was brain-dead in the Plasco building collapse, have been donated to a patient.