COVID-19 has affected the entire world, however, it could have unquestionably become more catastrophic without the ongoing efforts and self-sacrifice of doctors, nurses and hospital staff. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, dozens of Iranian health workers have given their lives. Many more have been deprived of their families as they
By Dr. Farrokh Zandi February 2020 Governments around the world in general and governments of oil-producing nations of the Middle East and North Africa in particular have long been subsidizing energy prices for a variety of reasons including redistributing the nation’s wealth with the public, social security and safety net and ensuring
Toronto Conference 31 May – 02 June 2019 By Dr. Farrokh Zandi
Toronto Conference 31 May – 02 June 2019 By Reza Behroutzm, Associate Professor of Neurology School of Medicine University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio San Antonio, Texas
Toronto Conference 31 May – 02 June 2019 By Dr. Farrokh Sedighdeilami April 2019 Introduction For most of history, Addiction has been considered both as a sinful conduct and even a disease.
Recent reportage coming from Iran outlines a new image of the social movements in the country, with communication facilities such as messengers and virtual social networks playing a special role. The “Phoenix Project of Iran” is conducting a field study into the decisive actions of young Iranian people during the