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Iranian children ranked first at 2018 I-Maths competitions held in Malaysia. Iranian squad ranked first in three age ranges of A, B and C. The Iranian team with 130 children was the biggest in the event which was held in Ideal Convention Centre Shah Alam Zone D, Malaysia. Representatives of US, Canada, Singapore, Russia, Iraq,...
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For decades, doctors have told parents to talk to kids as often as possible to help build speech and language skills. Now, a new study suggested that how parents talk to children may matter just as much as how much time they spend talking. “We found that the most relevant component of children’s language exposure...
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Vaping can damage vital immune system cells and may be more harmful than previously thought, a study suggested. Researchers found e-cigarette vapor disabled important immune cells in the lung and boosted inflammation, BBC wrote. The researchers ‘caution against the widely held opinion that e-cigarettes are safe’. However, Public Health England advises they are much less...
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TEHRAN – After eight years of halt, the International federation of Muslim women’s sports restarted its work here on Saturday. The plan was approved by the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs and the National Olympic Committee, IRNA reported. The federation aims at developing, strengthening and boosting the identity of Muslim women’s sports, considering the...
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Iranian women are playing a growing role in various economic sectors, and have already strengthened their presence in industrial cities and complexes, working along with men and even outperforming them in such fields as labour, entrepreneurship and investment Experts maintain that men and women are equal when it comes to production and industrial development but...
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Keeping that smartphone handy while out with friends may backfire: The pull of digital technology is distracting and drains enjoyment out of face-to-face interactions, new research suggested. A pair of studies focused on cellphone use showed those who keep their phones easily accessible while eating out feel more preoccupied and bored — and enjoy the...
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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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