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Chemicals exposure raises umbilical cord defect risk

Chemicals exposure raises umbilical cord defect risk

Moms exposed to PAHs at work are more likely to have babies with a rare birth defect. Women exposed to a group of chemicals called PAHs during pregnancy are more likely to have babies with gastroschisis, a rare defect of umbilical cord. Gastroschisis is a type of hernia in which an infant’s intestines stick out [&hellip

Tropical storm Beryl nears US southeastern coast

Tropical storm Beryl nears US southeastern coast

Tropical Storm Beryl wrecked some Memorial Day weekend plans on Sunday, causing shoreline campers to pack up and head inland and leading to the cancelation of some events as the storm approached the southeastern U.S.  Beryl was still well offshore, but officials in Georgia and Florida were bracing for drenching rains and driving winds.  The [&hellip

Scientists send pollution hunting fish to the sea

Scientists send pollution hunting fish to the sea

European scientists have sent a robot “fish” to the sea at the northern Spanish port of Gijon to test its ability to improve pollution monitoring. The team says the new technology can reduce the time it takes to detect a pollutant from weeks to seconds, clean up oil spills, and boost underwater security, diver monitoring [&hellip

Sayyed Nasrallah Appeals for Calm

Sayyed Nasrallah Appeals for Calm

Sayyed Nasrallah Appeals for Calm: High Level Contacts to Free 13 Kidnapped Shia Men Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah urged restraint on Tuesday after a group of Shia Muslim Lebanese men were reported kidnapped by rebels in Syria while returning home from a pilgrimage in Iran. (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Hezbollah Secretary General [&hellip

The Economic Role of Human Labour in Islam

The Economic Role of Human Labour in Islam

The Economic Role of Human Labour in Islam, By Ayatollah Shaheed Beheshti The Almighty has put abundant natural resources at the disposal of man and has provided him with all that is necessary for life. There is no doubt that these resources have been provided to him so that he may make the best use [&hellip

AMERICA SHIFTS GEAR FOR WAR ON IRAN

AMERICA SHIFTS GEAR FOR WAR ON IRAN

AMERICA SHIFTS GEAR FOR WAR ON IRAN The covert war on Syria is an integral part of the US-led covert war on Iran by Finian Cunningham Global Research, May 17, 2012 America’s war plans for full spectrum dominance in the oil-rich Middle East and Central Asian region shifted up a gear this week with three [&hellip

Bodybuilding & diet supplements may damage liver

Bodybuilding & diet supplements may damage liver

Popular supplements used for weight loss and bodybuilding may cause liver damage, in some cases, so severely that might lead to organ transplantation, warns a review of US national data. Researchers of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) looked at data from the Drug Induced Liver Injury Network, which evaluated patient information from eight sites [&hellip

Iranians mark 30th anniversary of ‘Liberation of Khorramshahr’

Iranians mark 30th anniversary of ‘Liberation of Khorramshahr’

Two Iranian soldiers walk in one of the streets of Khorramshahr after two days of heavy fighting which led to the liberation of the city on May 24, 1982. Iran marks the anniversary of the Liberation of Khorramshahr, the strategic southwestern city which Iranian soldiers recaptured from Iraqi forces 30 years ago. The Liberation of [&hellip

Indian refiner MRPL secures Iran’s oil insurance

Indian refiner MRPL secures Iran’s oil insurance

                           India accounts for more than 10 percent of Iran’s annual oil exports. India’s refiner MRPL has received a crude cargo under the coverage of an Iranian insurance company to become the first Indian firm in taking such an action in the face of oil embargos against the Islamic Republic, sources say. Mangalore Refinery and [&hellip

Iran produces 6 new medicines with high technology

Iran produces 6 new medicines with high technology

Iranian researchers have succeeded to produce six new drugs, including several medications for breast cancer and Factor VIII deficiency. The newly developed medications would be unveiled by September, 2012, said the Deputy Head of Iranian Ministry of Health for Research and Technology Mostafa Qanei. He went on to say that the new drugs are as [&hellip