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Iran, Egyptian news vision: Some viruses appeared in the Iranian city of Ghaylan, different from the Corona virus that appeared in the Chinese city of Wuhan, according to the Ministry of Health, and a member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian parliament, Shahruz Barzagar.
America, Texas: - Strokes and heart attacks cause the heart muscle to weaken and damage, and thanks to medical research, a way has been found to restore those muscles, by changing what their cells consume to produce energy, which can help the heart to heal when cells die.
Sweden, Karolinska Institute: A new study has been prepared on the relationship between the accumulated fat in the waist and abdomen and the risk of heart attacks, and the study warned that "the large size of the waist in middle age," also exposes the survivors of a heart attack to the risk of a second injury.
The German Sleep Medicine and Research Association cautions against underestimating snoring, as it is a sign of serious health problems, especially when it is accompanied by sleep apnea.
Unhealthy sleep is less or more than the human body needs. Scientists at the University of Colorado at Boulder have done research for seven years on 461,000 people, ranging in age from 40-69 years.
The German Heart Foundation has identified a number of health symptoms, that if a person appears, one must immediately call a doctor, and immediately request an ambulance.
Health experts recommend eating spicy foods, and they say they protect against many disorders and diseases, and help reduce the risk of premature death, according to a recent Italian study.
A study prepared by researchers at the University of California, America, launched the most dangerous warning of electronic cigarettes, and said it is more dangerous to human health than regular cigarettes.