The “I’ll Talk” initiative is a mass campaign launched in Iran with the aim of preventing and battling depression.
Nowadays, with the adverse effects and harms of chemical drugs, people's interest in using herbal products, medicines and supplements has increased dramatically.
A group of researchers have, for the first time in Iran, developed a digital embryo detector that can record sounds, show coloured images and the pulse rate.
The Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has described Iran as the health leader in the Eastern Mediterranean region, saying the country has managed to improve the health of children and women and contain infectious diseases by promoting health services.
Pakistan’s Minister of National Health services says the country is seeking to further expand its cooperation with Iran in the medicinal and pharmaceutical fields.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has censured the US cruel sanctions against the Iranian nation saying that food and medicines embargo is another facet of this anti-human crime.
Iran’s neighbouring countries have turned into the new customers of the country’s laboratory services and the Islamic Republic is to facilitate the transfer of domestic laboratory services to these states.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has rejected speculations on the biological assassination of the country’s envoy to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi, who is currently hospitalized in the US for cancer.
Health ministers and high-level representatives of the 22 countries and territories of the World Health Organization’s Eastern Mediterranean Region are to convene in Tehran on October 14-17.
The use of herbal products and its tremendous effects on human health has been proven. Today, these products which are produced based on modern pharmaceutical knowledge and traditional medicine have a very big effect.