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12 رجب 1434 - Thursday, May 23, 2013
High potassium, low salt can keep stroke risk down
British researchers have demonstrated that those people who consume higher potassium in their diets and cut down salt are in lower risk of stroke.
Detaining children is intensifying in Bahrain
Despite numerous reports of mistreatment of detainees in Bahrain, and being deprived of their most basic human rights, Al-Khalifa regime has increased the arrests of people, especially ...
Many terrorists slain outside Damascus
Syrian army soldiers have killed dozens of foreign-sponsored terrorists during mop-up operations on the outskirts of the capital Damascus.
UN chief warns about Korea tensions
The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has warned about tensions simmering on the Korean Peninsula saying the crisis may ‘spiral out of control’.
Scientists identify genetic markers for Alzheimer’s
Researchers have discovered a new set of genetic markers for Alzheimers that can predict the risk of developing neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s.
Arab League stalls Syria peace: Russia
Russia says the Arab League’s recent decisions about Syria mean it refuses to allow “a peaceful settlement” of the Syrian issue.
High-salt diet may develop autoimmune diseases: Study
An early laboratory study has demonstrated that high-salt diet can drive the body immune systems to act like autoimmune, leading to diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS).
Researchers grow natural teeth from epithelial cells
Researchers from Kings College London have achieved a breakthrough method during which they can grow real teeth from a persons own gum cells.
Hugo Chávezs body to be put on display
Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela’s acting president has said Chávezs body will be transferred to ...
Morales calls for Chavez’s death investigation
Following the statement by the president of the Russian Communist Party, regarding the ...
Study ties sleep deprivation to body health damage
A new study conducted by the British researchers indicates that bad sleep patterns can have a dramatic effect on the activity levels of hundreds of genes.
Widespread protests against US and NATO in Turkey
Large multitude of people in Turkey protests in Ankara, and once more shows their resentment for the deployment of ...
Emir of Riyadh dies
Due to the insistence of the al-Saud family in selection of princes for key positions and major responsibilities, illness and old age is one of the ...
Qatari, Turkish plan to create turmoil in Baghdad
Iraqs State of Law Coalition MP in Parliament reveals that Qatar and Turkey along with al-Qaeda and remnants of dissolved Baath Party have been trying to launch a sectarian conflict, by sending insurgents to ...
Saudi power struggle spills out
In the first reaction to appointment of Muqrin bin Abdul Aziz, King Abdullah’s youngest blood brother as second Deputy Prime Minister Talal bin Abdul Aziz has expressed his ...
US unemployment rate rises to 7.9%
A new report released by the US Labor Department shows an increase in the country’s unemployment rate, especially in the transportation and warehousing sectors.
Long-term aspirin ingestion ups blindness risk
A new study has indicated that people who take aspirin for many years, even of the low-dose variety, are threatened by higher risk of blindness.
Israel election results show crisis for leadership: Hezbollah
The secretary general of Lebanons resistance group Hezbollah says the results of the general elections in Israel indicate that the regime will suffer from a deep political leadership crisis.
Biggest dinosaurs had small brains: Scientists
Scientists say that an advanced member of the biggest dinosaurs ever to walk the earth had a tiny brain, the size of a tennis ball.
Early bilingualism develops sharper brain: Study
A new research has demonstrated that adults who have been bilingual since childhood are granted with sharper brains and working more efficiently.
Light-sensing cells may back sight to blind
A team of British researchers has reported that injections of light-sensing cells into the eye of totally blind mice can restore their lost vision.
‘Welcome to Palestine’ enters Gaza Strip
A group of pro-Palestinian activists, mainly French and Egyptian, have entered the Gaza Strip through Egypt to deliver humanitarian aid to the Tel Aviv-blockaded coastal sliver.
Simple OCT eye scan can reveal MS progression
A new study has found that a simple eye scan might be able to reveal the earliest signs of multiple sclerosis (MS) damage in patients with the debilitating disease.
West supports terrorists in Syria: Russia foreign minister
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has criticized as “absolutely unacceptable” the Western countries’ support for the terrorists in Syria.
We won’t allow Zionist regime’s settlements: Abbas
Acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas has warned that Palestinians will not allow the Zionist regime to build new illegal settlements in the occupied territories.
Pakistan won’t stop Iran gas project
A Pakistani official says Islamabad will continue with a joint project with Tehran on the construction of a gas pipeline from Iran to Pakistan despite foreign political pressures.
Israel to pay high price over settlements
Former Zionist regime’s Premier Ehud Olmert says Israel have to “pay a high price” over the settlement policies of incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Smoking can threaten brain’s functions, says study
A new study conducted by British researchers suggests that smoking can affect on brain by inducing damages on its functions in memory, learning and reasoning.
Weekly portions of oily fish can cut stroke risk: Study
A new study conducted by a team of international researchers has revealed that having at least two servings of natural oily fish a week can significantly reduce risk of stroke.
Natural skin virus can fight against acne bacteria
American researchers have identified an active protein in the skin virus that could be used as a new acne treatment.
Lebanese hold anti-US rallies over anti-Islam film
Thousands of Lebanese have rallied to express their anger over a US-made film and French cartoons insulting Islam’s Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Anti-Islam film shows US hostility towards Muslims: Hezbollah
Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement says the US-made movie deemed offensive to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is a true representative of Washington’s hostility toward Arabs and Muslims.
US Embassy shuts down consular services in Yemen after protests
The American Embassy in Yemen has suspended all consular services for two weeks in the wake of protests against a US-made movie, offensive to Islam’s holiest figure, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Smiling reduces body’s stress response intensity
New study demonstrates that smiling has real health-relevant benefits, particularly because it acts as a panacea for stressful life events.
Top French Shia cleric calls for unity
General mufti of the Islamic Council of France, who embraced Shia Islam in the holy city of Karbala, says Muslims from all over the world should unite.
US runs academic courses to train terrorists: Iran MP
An Iranian lawmaker says the United States and its close ally, Israel, are the main sponsors of terrorism in the world, and run academic courses on terrorist subjects.
Severely obese children at risk of heart disease: Study
A recent study says that severely obese children are in danger of heart disease even when they are primary school student.
Physical inactivity could be as fatal as smoking: Study
The results of a recent study indicate that those who lead lazy lifestyles face the same risk of death as smokers and the obese.
High anxiety speed up aging in women: Study
A recent study finds that women suffering from high levels of anxiety are more likely to age faster than those who are calm.
Sleep deprivation, similar to stress, ups white blood cells
New Dutch study suggests both sleep deprivation and physical stress similarly activate negative immune system responses.
Morsi vows to defend Egypt against foreign meddling
Egypt’s president-elect Muhammad Morsi has addressed nation in the capital Cairos iconic Liberation Square, vowing that Egypt “will be independent from any foreign influence.”
Bahraini doctor in 4th day of hunger strike
Hunger strike by Bahraini doctor Saeed al-Samaheeji has entered its fourth day as the country’s regime forces continue crackdown on protesters.
Mubarak on death’s doorstep
Ousted Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak has been declared clinically dead upon arrival at a military hospital in southern Cairo.
Another Palestinian killed in Israeli airstrike in east Gaza
Another Palestinian has been killed in a fresh Israeli airstrike in the east of the Gaza Strip, bringing to nine the number of Palestinians killed over the past three days.
Brain training technique can treat depression
Researchers say a brain training technique can help depressed people treat their condition by controlling activity in a specific part of the brain.
Most Germans consider Israel aggressive: Poll
Germans have become markedly more critical of Israel over the past three years, with 59 percent describing it as aggressive, a new survey says.
Bahraini court to try 11-year-old boy
A Bahraini court will try an eleven-year-old boy for what the Manama regime claims was “disturbing security” while being out on the street.
Omani forces arrest anti-government activists
Omani security forces have launched a crackdown on anti-government activists, arresting several people in the country in the past two weeks.
City children more prone to food allergies: Study
A recent study has suggested that children who live in urban centers are more likely to have food allergies than those living in rural areas.
Iron pills may boost energy in women with fatigue
Prescribing supplemental iron may help women suffering from unexplained fatigue to boost their level of energy even in the absence of anemia, according to a new study by Swiss researchers.
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