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Iran’s national weightlifting team will compete for the first time in Asian contests to be held in mid April in China, the head of the Iran Weightlifting Federation told the Islamic Republic News Agency ‘The competitions, to be held from April 18-28 in Ningbo, eastern China, are one of the stages of winning spots in...
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 The first exhibition of artworks of handicapped women is to be held March 12-17 at Tehran’s Milad Tower. The festival aims at empowering women’s capabilities and discovering artistic talents of handicapped women, said Zahra Behrouz Azar, head of women’s department of Tehran Municipality. The festival will be held simultaneous with the Iranian-Islamic fashion and clothing...
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 Iranian Vice President for Women’s and Family Affairs, Masoumeh Ebtekar, has said that the rate of out-of-school girls in the country has decreased from 38 percent to 3 percent over the four past decades. Ebtekar praised women’s progress in different fields of high education, sports, women, and health. She made the remarks in a meeting...
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Iranian women play an outstanding role in development and growth of the country in various fields, Iranian ambassador to Russia, Mehdi Sanaei, said on Friday. Speaking in a meeting with Iran’s U19 women’s football team, the envoy praised Iranian women’s significant role in making advances and booming the country. Sanaei further referred to the Iranian...
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Millions of women wrongly believe smear tests can detect ovarian cancer, experts warned. Health charities believe this fundamental misunderstanding is putting women’s lives at risk, dailymail.co.uk wrote. They warn that many women ignore symptoms until it is too late — mistakenly believing that the screening program for cervical cancer will pick up all gynaelogical cancers....
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Women who work long hours have a higher risk of depression than men, a new study found. Researchers at UCL and Queen Mary University of London, the UK, found women who work more than 55 hours a week had more symptoms of depression than women working a standard 35 to 40 hour week, independent.co.uk reported....
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 Fifty percent of Iranian women over the age of 45, and 90 percent over the age of 75, suffer osteoporosis, IRNA quoted Mina Kermani, rheumatologist, as saying on Sunday. Osteoporosis is referred to as the silent epidemic disease of the century, she noted. Currently, 7 million Iranian people suffer osteoporosis, stated Kermani, adding that osteoporosis...
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 Women of the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan are to be trained in several workshops equipped by Japan. The workshops aim at better training of women living in the deprived areas of the province, IRNA reported. An amount of 75,000 euros has been allocated by Japanese Embassy in Iran to supply equipment used in the workshops....
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 Out of the total number of 4,070 knowledge-based companies working in Iran, about 400 companies are established and being managed by women, Zeinab Hamidzadeh presidential advisor for science and technology said here on Sunday. Iran enjoys a brilliant performance for women’s presence in developing knowledge-based economy, IRNA quoted Hamidzadeh as saying. According to the latest...
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– Men’s health, in all age groups, is more at risk compared to women, said an official with Health Ministry in a press conference.  The conference was held to mark Iran’s national health week of men, running from February 20 to 26, ISNA reported on Saturday. The theme of this year’s men’s health week is “more...
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