The so-called “donkey ears” and “cat’s eyes” are the latest beauty surgery trends in Iran after “pig noses” and “camel lips.”
President of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the Islamic Republic of Iran Alireza Marandi says the United States has endangered the lives of many Iranian patients by imposing "unjust" food and medicine sanctions against Tehran.
Sunlight is one of the charms of nature, but a sharp increase or decrease in the rate of receiving it may result in consequences. Sunburn is one of the worst repercussions of excessive exposure to sunlight.
A group of researchers have used seaweed to produce biopolymer wound healers which can heal lesions, diabetic wounds, cuts and ulcers of superficial skin trauma.
Today, there are modern ways to treat skin burns; however, prevention is always better than cure.
An Iranian scientist has managed to produce an anti-cancer drug whose scarcity, caused by the US sanctions, had created problems for the country in the recent months.
Probiotic products can play a great role in relieving the problems babies have with digesting and absorbing milk in the first weeks and months of life, when their digestive system is not complete yet.
Bone marrow transplant is an important and life-saving surgery which can be performed via different methods.
If you are given a basket and asked to fill it with at least ten types of nutritious fruits and vegetables, which ones would you choose? Do you know what to choose for your daily diet in order to avoid digestive diseases?
Iranian Minister of Health and Medical Education Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi has briefed the Global Conference on Primary Health Care in Astana on the Islamic Republic’s achievements in health and medicine.