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Iran Succeeds in Building Micro Drones
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran manufactured a new generation of "spy drones" capable of providing almost real time access to aerial intelligence. ( 17:20:50 - 2008/12/16)



Iranians Devise New Tinnitus Treatment
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian experts devised a new technique to diagnose and treat tinnitus--ringing in the ears--using acoustic and electric stimulation. ( 16:38:42 - 2008/12/16)



Pregnant Women Can Eat Peanuts
TEHRAN (FNA)- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding do not have to avoid peanuts, even if there is a family history of allergy, food safety experts said. ( 15:50:40 - 2008/12/16)



Ancient Burial Ritual Identified in Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Archeologists have discovered a mysterious burial ritual performed at the end of the Bronze Age and the start of the Iron Age in northwestern Iran. ( 15:03:55 - 2008/12/16)



Sugar Added to List of Narcotics
TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a recent study by the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology revealed that excessive amounts of sugar can have an effect similar to addictive drugs such as cocaine and nicotine on the brain. ( 19:50:31 - 2008/12/15)



Neolithic Residential Area in Northern Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- An archeological team claimed to have found a Neolithic residential area on the Kelar Tepe, a prehistoric mound located in the Kelaradsht region in Iran's northern province of Mazandaran. ( 17:32:29 - 2008/12/15)



Hormone Therapy Lowers Risk of Breast Cancer Death
TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study found that receiving hormone replacement therapy increases the risk of breast cancer but lowers the risk of dying from the condition. ( 16:12:34 - 2008/12/15)



Fast Heartbeat Predicts Diabetes
TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a recent study revealed that high resting heart rates in early adulthood can be used as a predictor of obesity and diabetes in later life. ( 15:16:44 - 2008/12/15)



Father of Iran's Vaccine Passes Away
TEHRAN (FNA)- Dr Hossein Mir Shamsi, known as the father of Iran's vaccine, died at the age of 92. ( 18:09:09 - 2008/12/14)



Neolithic Residential Area Discovered in Northern Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- An archeological team working on the Kelar Tepe believes that they have found a Neolithic residential area on the prehistoric mound located in the Kelaradsht region in Iran's northern province of Mazandaran. ( 15:03:38 - 2008/12/14)



Cancer, World Number One Killer by 2010
TEHRAN (FNA)- A report recently released by the World Health Organization revealed that cancer will surpass cardiovascular diseases and become the world's leading cause of death by 2010. ( 15:51:00 - 2008/12/13)



1150 Year-Old Plant in Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- A 1150 year-old plant has been identified in the Katali Village in Iran's northeastern Khorasan province. ( 15:06:22 - 2008/12/13)



Iran's Joobji Relics, Rare Artifacts
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian archeologists say relics found at the country's Joobji archeological site are among the rarest of their kind in the world. ( 14:55:10 - 2008/12/13)



Iran Produces N. Medicines
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's nuclear researchers have succeeded in producing nuclear medicines in the country at very low prices, A senior official said. ( 17:45:31 - 2008/12/12)



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