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Health Ministry reports rise in new COVID-19 infections, deaths
Iran’s Health Ministry on Sunday reported an increase in the number of new COVID-19 infections and fatalities.
US plays with Iranians’ health for political gains: Envoy
Iran’s permanent envoy to the United Nations described the US illegal and inhumane sanctions targeting Tehran as means of endangering the Iranian people’s health toward political goals.
Ministry reports rise in number of coronavirus high-risk cities
Iran’s Health Ministry reported a rise in the number of “red” cities across the country, saying that 143 cities are now classified as red – the highest category in the country’s coronavirus risk ranking.
Rouhani urges compliance with health protocols to avoid new COVID wave
Tehran enters red zone in terms of coronavirus spread
National Desk
Iran’s healthcare budget up 6 times in 8 years: Budget official
A senior Iranian budget official said government spending in the healthcare sector has increased by six times in eight years to over $6 billion.
Why experts say a good mood can lead to good health
It doesn't take a scientist to understand that laughter feels good, while anger feels awful.
Australian carer mothers orphaned kangaroos back to health
Wearing pink surgical gloves, animal carer Christie Jarrett gently wraps the foot of an orphaned seven-month-old kangaroo with surgical tape at a facility set up at her rural home near the Australian city of Bathurst in New South Wales (NSW).
Mental illness in childhood could mean worse physical health decades later
As if suffering from a mental illness as a child isn't tough enough, new research suggests it could predict higher odds for physical ills in later life.
Happy childhood? That’s no guarantee for good mental health
It’s well understood that a difficult childhood can increase the likelihood of mental illness, but according to new research from the University of South Australia, a happy and secure childhood does not always protect a child from developing a mental illness later in life.
Record number of schoolteachers in Japan took mental health leave in 2019
A survey conducted by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, revealed that a record number of 5,478 teachers took leave in 2019 for mental health reasons, including depression.
Cutting benefits harms mental health, hits most vulnerable hardest, says study
Cutting social security benefits such as universal credit has a detrimental effect on mental health, particularly for the most vulnerable groups hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.

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