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

Iranians Rushing to Deliver Babies on Luxury Dates!

Iranian mothers lined up at maternity wards on 7/7/1397 in the Iranian calendar (September 29, 2018) to give birth to their infants on that certain date despite dangers of delivering babies prematurely.

Drinking Dodgy Booze Kills, Poisons 300 Iranians

Alcohol poisoning has taken the lives of at least 27 people and caused over 300 others to be hospitalized in three Iranian cities.

Iranian Museum of Medical History Internationally Recognized

The Persian Gulf Museum of History of Medicine in the southern province of Bushehr has been registered as the second medical museum of Iran at the International Council of Museums.

Assistant Dogs in Iran to Help Autistics Control Their Disease

A group of researchers in Iran have trained assistant dogs that can help autistic children control their disorder.

Iranian Researchers Develop New Device for Joint Surgery

A new medical device used in joint surgeries has been developed by a group of Iranian researchers and unveiled in the Iranian city of Tabriz in East Azarbaijan province.

Robot Developed to Help Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries

A group of Iranian researchers have optimised a wearable robot to present a new method for the empowerment of patients with spinal cord and wrist injuries as well as those who have suffered ischemic stroke.

Mud Therapy in Lake Urmia; A Mixture of Healing, Recreation

Lake Urmia in north-western Iran is widely known for its therapeutic properties, particularly those of its mud, which is attracting more and more tourists to the region.
Iran Improves Stevia as Best Alternative to Artificial Sweeteners

Iran Improves Stevia as Best Alternative to Artificial Sweeteners

Iranian scientists have managed to improve the quantitative and qualitative features of Stevia, a natural low-calorie sweetener, to replace artificial sweeteners.

Iran Develops Bio-Sensor to Diagnose Alzheimer’s in Early Stages

A group of Iranian researchers have managed to develop a new bio-sensor to diagnose the Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages of development.

Long Screw Left Behind in Woman’s Pelvis after Surgery

A patient hospitalized after undergoing pelvis surgery was in a lot of pain for quite some time until she finally found out that a 7-centimetre screw had been left in her body.

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