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 Iran’s female three-on-three basketball team beat the Syrian rivals 18-15 in the West Asia tournament, gaining the regional champion title. The West Asia three-on-three games began in Lebanese capital, Beirut, on Thursday. The Iranian female team in its first game beat the host team, but lost in the second versus Syria. The Iranian sportswomen won...
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TEHRAN – National Library and Archives of Iran (NLAI) director Ashraf Borujerdi met Swiss Ambassador Markus Leitner and Austrian Ambassador Stefan Scholz in their separate visits to the NLAI in Tehran last week. According to a press release published by the NLAI on Thursday, in the meeting with Leitner, Borujerdi said that the library has...
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Obese girls are more likely to develop depression during childhood and adolescence than their peers who weigh less, a research review suggested. Compared to girls at a healthy weight, girls with obesity were 44 percent more likely to have depression or to be diagnosed with it in the future, the analysis of 22 studies with...
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Changing the way that parents interact with their infants could help combat child obesity, a US study suggested. New mothers were offered ways of responding to babies’ needs, including avoiding comforting with food, BBC wrote. By the age of three, children exposed to so-called ‘responsive parenting’ had lower body mass index (BMI). A UK child...
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Iranian shooter Elaheh Ahmadi was picked as the new flag bearer at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, replacing the injured taekwondo practitioner Kimia Alizadeh. Alizadeh was ruled out of the Games after she suffered a torn ACL during a training session on Sunday and now Ahmadi is given the honor to carry the...
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TEHRAN – “The world should understand that women in Iran are very different from women of other Muslim countries,” Parvin Farshchi, the recently appointed ambassador of Iran to Finland, said here on Monday. “Women in Iran enjoy good freedom; they are good planners. They are the decision-makers and majority of our university students in Iran...
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Women are more likely to survive a heart attack if they are treated by a female doctor in hospital, a major study has shown. Scientists in the US reviewed nearly 582,000 heart attack cases in Florida over a period of 19 years, telegraph.co.uk wrote. They found that female patients admitted to a hospital emergency room...
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Iran’s taekwondo sensation Kimia Alizadeh will miss the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, after suffering a ligament injury. The 2016 Rio Olympics bronze medalist was hit by the injury during a training session on Sunday morning and an MRI test later in the day confirmed a torn ACL. The news came as a shock...
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Contrary to popular belief, women in Islam has been empowered and respected. An excellent example of that is the first Muslim woman, Khadijah, Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) wife, whose influence and support was crucial to the success of Islam. Through many articles, we have discussed the Islamic view on women, their social position, their rights and responsibilities, and...
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TEHRAN (FNA)- An estimated 78 million newborns have a higher risk of death each year from not drinking their mother’s milk within the first hours of being born, according to the United Nations. A new report – jointly published on Monday by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF, the UN children’s agency, to coincide with the beginning...
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