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Iran coronavirus cases near 1.3m
Iran’s Health Ministry said on Tuesday the total number of coronavirus positive cases approached 1.3 million.
Better heart health scores in midlife linked to lower risk of late-life dementia: Study
A long-term study of 1,449 people in Finland found that those who had better scores on standard metrics of cardiovascular health in midlife, especially for behavioral factors such as smoking, had a lower risk of dementia later in life. Yajun Liang of Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, and colleagues present these findings in the open-access journal PLOS Medicine.
Health minister blasts US for blocking Iran’s access to medicine
The sanctions imposed by US President Donald Trump's administration have deprived the people in Iran of having access to medicine even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, said the health minister.
UN health agency's advice for the holidays: Don't hug
The World Health Organization has an unwelcome but potentially life-saving message for the holiday season: Don't hug.
Iron deficiency can be managed better
Australian and European researchers have released updated, evidence-based guidance for managing iron deficiency, a serious worldwide health problem.
Ministry reports slowing of virus infections
Iran’s Health Ministry on Saturday reported a slowdown in coronavirus infections, saying that 89 of 160 cities were out of the designated high-risk category.
COVID-19 shots could reach first Americans by mid-December, top health official says
US health care workers and others recommended for the nation’s first COVID-19 inoculations could start getting shots within a day or two of regulatory consent next month, a top official of the government’s vaccine development effort said.
High sugar diet may damage gut health: Experts
Added sugar in our everyday diet has long been associated with several health-related issues including obesity and diabetes.
Toxins in plastic blamed for health, environment hazards
Evidence suggests several chemical additives in plastic products and packaging are poisoning consumers, harming the environment and undermining recycling initiatives, according to a new study, which calls for the development of safer alternatives, aljazeera.com reported.
Conflict, climate crisis, threaten fragile gains to advance women, children’s health
Fragile gains made over the past decade to advance women and children’s health are threatened by conflict, the climate crisis and COVID-19, according to a new report from Every Woman Every Child.

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