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NVL: Iran celebrate fifth win in row with straight-sets victory over US
Iran have thrust themselves firmly into contention for a place in the final four of the Volleyball Nations League after extending their winning streak with yet another emphatic performance. Their latest victims: the United States of America.
Do gut microbes play a role in anorexia?
Gut microbes may play a significant role in the eating disorder anorexia, a new British study says.
38th Fadjr theater festival to host 21 countries
Iran’s major dramatic event, the Fadjr International Theater Festival, will host representatives of 21 countries.
Iranian remake of Shakespeare’s ‘Coriolanus’ to be staged in India
The remake of William Shakespeare’s tragedy, ‘Coriolanus,’ directed by Mostafa Koushki, is invited to take part in the 12th edition of the International Theatre Festival of Kerala (ITFOK) in India.
‘I want to play until Wimbledon,’ Federer drops retirement hint
Roger Federer wants to play Wimbledon next year and said he will make a decision over "the next weeks" over whether to play on after that.
Iran’s globetrotting ‘Hearing’ to go on stage in Japan
The theatrical work, ‘Hearing,’ written and directed by Amir Reza Koohestani, will go on stage in the Japanese city of Kyoto.
Moscovici: Eurozone budget likely to play stabilizing role
A future eurozone budget will soon have to take on the task of cushioning economic shocks despite current resistance from countries in northern Europe, a top European Union official said on Saturday.
Iranian play bound for Polish Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival
The play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', Mostafa Koushki's re-envisioning of Shakespeare's comedy, will take part in 22nd Gdańsk Shakespeare Festival in Poland, as one of the biggest and most well-known festivals in Europe dedicated to the English playwright.
Female hormones may play part in asthma
There may be a link between asthma in women and changes in levels of female hormones such as estrogen and progesterone, researchers reported.
Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease
Researchers have found that excess levels of calcium in brain cells may lead to the formation of toxic clusters that are the hallmark of Parkinson's disease.
Nature play helping children run wild
In the era of helicopter parenting, it’s heartening that there are moves afoot to offer children a more ‘hummingbird’’ experience through unstructured nature play.
Why adults should play, too
When's the last time you did something that was so engaging, so much fun, you lost track of time?
Why children need outdoor play
Every generation winces when the previous one recalls how much better life was in their day. But one thing everyone remembers is playing outside as a child.

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