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TEHRAN, Jun. 30 (MNA) – Iranian rowers gained 2 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medal at the 2018 Asian Rowing Junior Championships, held in Chungju, South Korea. On the last day of the competitions, Kimia Zarei and Forugh Aghabalazadeh clocked 7:42.937 minutes in the women’s doubles final to stand after China’s representatives and gain...
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Did you share your favorite childhood book with your children? If you did, you’re not alone. Most people do. But did you know it can help your children to develop a lifelong love of reading? Literacy experts say if parents are emotionally attached to the story they’re telling, they can boost their own child’s engagement...
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Social life is one of the most important aspects of human’s life. From the beginning of the creation of humankind, people decided to live together in order to meet their needs. In this issue, the quality of women’s social participation is one of the fundamental concerns in every culture.   Islamic Standards for Muslim Women...
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Tehran, June 27, IRNA – Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar said Iran has been engaged in gender mainstreaming and development plans in various levels for many years. Ebtekar made the remarks in the International Workshop on Gender Mainstreaming co-hosted by the Iranian and Swedish sides. ‘The issue of gender mainstreaming is of...
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A revamped drug that can withstand extreme heat and stay effective for 1,000 days could ‘revolutionize the ability’ to keep new mothers alive, the World Health Organization (WHO) said. The medicine — known as heat-stable carbetocin — helps prevent sometimes fatal bleeding after women give birth, BBC reported. It could potentially be given to millions...
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Universities may be fueling the mental health crisis, the president of the Royal Society of Medicine has said, with many mistaking loneliness for depression. Sir Simon Wessely, who is regius professor of psychiatry King’s College London, warned that universities must not ‘over medicalize’ the normal emotions of young adults, telegraph.co.uk wrote. He urged universities to...
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Parents who share pictures of their children on social media are putting their human rights at risk, the United Nations has warned. The UN’s special rapporteur Joseph Cannataci said that ‘strong guidelines’ were needed to preserve the rights of children whose parents upload video and images of them, telegraph.co.uk reported. During a mission to the...
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