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Deputy minister: 20% of daily deaths due to coronavirus
Iran’s Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi said on Friday that 20% of daily deaths in the country is due to the novel coronavirus.
Iran coronavirus cases exceed 280,000
The number of people infected with the novel coronavirus in Iran surpassed 281,000, the Health Ministry said.
Iran hits record 229 deaths from coronavirus: Ministry
Iran on Tuesday reported a new single-day record death toll of 229 from the novel coronavirus, after weeks of rising numbers in the West Asia’s worst-hit country.
Therapists, teachers warn of looming mental health crisis in UK
“Talking therapies” services run by the UK National Health Service (NHS) will be overwhelmed in the autumn when almost 500,000 people who did not get treated during the lockdown finally seek help, according to a major therapy provider. The warning comes as teachers predict a wellbeing crisis among children when schools return full-time in September.
Ministry: 5,000 health workers infected with COVID-19
Iran’s Health Ministry said on Wednesday five thousand of the country’s doctors and nurses have been infected with the new coronavirus.
Health Ministry: 25 provinces classified as ‘red’ or in alarming situation
Iran’s Health Ministry said on Tuesday that 25 provinces are classified as “red” or are on alarming situation because of the growing number of coronavirus infections and fatalities in the country.
Wildlife crime putting environment and health at risk: UN report
The COVID-19 pandemic shows how wildlife crime is a threat not only to the environment but to human health, according to a new UN report issued on Friday.
Research into health system preparedness for cancer and pediatric health care
Australia is at the global forefront of cancer research and the Morrison Government — the federal executive Government of Australia led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison — is committed to consolidating that position, with the Cancer Council NSW to receive funding of more than $3.5 million to research what demand for cancer treatment will look like over the next five years.
Health experts concerned about indirect effects of COVID-19 on women, youth
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to escalate, the World Health Organization (WHO) is concerned about its impact on women, children and young people.
Multifunctional smart e-glasses monitor health, protect eyes
Fitness tracker bracelets and watches provide useful information, such as step count and heart rate, but they usually can’t provide more detailed data about the wearer’s health.
Iran: Preventing transportation of health equipment one of main purposes of sanctions
The head of Iran’s Food and Drug Administration (IFDA), Mohammad-Reza Shanehsaz, said preventing the transportation of medicine and health equipment has been one of the main purposes of sanctions imposed on Iran.
World health leaders urge green recovery from coronavirus crisis
Doctors and medical professionals from around the globe have called on world leaders to ensure a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis that takes account of air pollution and climate breakdown.
Study finds spending time in a garden can improve our health and well-being
A new research reveals that people who regularly spend time in their own garden are more likely to have better health and overall well-being than those who don’t.
Eating soaked peanuts before breakfast can benefit health, help with weight loss
Want to lose weight in a healthy way? Here's how eating soaked peanuts every morning before breakfast can improve your weight loss and overall health.
WTTC to unveil new health protocols to restart tourism
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) is currently developing a set of new health protocols in a move to renew confidence in travel, and will share them in the next two weeks with governments worldwide to ensure a coordinated approach to traveling within the COVID-19 world.

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