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In another hypothesis, the first blood group had been AB blood group, which gradually and over the time due to genetic mutations was resulted in A and B and finally O blood groups (Fig. 2). Base on this theory, perhaps a few million years ago all people have had type O blood only, which is more resistant against many infectious diseases.




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After discovery of the first human blood groups (ABO) by Karl Landsteiner in 1901 (5), gradually from 1927, other blood groups were also discovered and reported which its collection is given in Table 2. It is important to mention that Landsteiner together with his American colleague Alexander Wiener discovered the Rh blood group and reported it in 1940, 1941.


The first report about the frequency of Lutheran blood group in Iran was published in 1979 (23). After a long study and targeted collection, detailed reports of the frequency of ABO blood groups in different Iranian ethnic groups was released (24). In another study, the frequency of blood groups, serum proteins and red cells enzymes in various Iranian populations were reported (25). Furthermore, a collection of valuable and extensive cooperation with Iran Blood Transfusion Organization, different types of blood groups in various population of Iran, was reported. This report included the study of ABO and Rh blood groups phenotype and genotype frequencies among 291857 individuals and their geographical spread in different provinces of Iran (26). In this report, in addition to the ABO blood groups and Rh, genotype and phenotype frequencies of rare blood groups, including Kell (n=5522), Daffy (n=3764), Kidd (n=3650), Lutheran (n=3199), Kp (n=1489), Xg (n=3227), were also presented (26).


Postpartum period is known as a vulnerable and stressful period for women from different cultural backgrounds who accompanied by significant social and individual changes for the mothers who encounter many new concerns and problems during this period (8). Postpartum sexual function is an important issue for couples, since the first sexual intercourse is an important step for couples to establish a sincere relationship (9). Childbirth leads to anatomical and functional changes in the pelvic floor muscle, as most postpartum women who complained from sexual problems during this period which these sexual problems resolves usually one year after childbirth (10). Several factors can have influence on sexual dysfunction in the childbirth period, such as parity, breast feeding, mode of delivery, episiotomy, stress, fatigue and physical and psychological problems such as postpartum depression (2).


Abbasi was a university student in Tehran when he first heard about the real-life case that inspired Holy Spider. A veteran of the Iran-Iraq war, Saeed Hanaei was dubbed the "Spider Killer" when he murdered 16 women between 2000 and 2001.


The systematic killings took place in Mashhad, home to one of the largest and most sacred Shia shrines in the world. The city draws millions of religious pilgrims each year. At the time, Iran was considered to be in a period of reform. President Mohammad Khatami had been elected three years earlier, in a landslide victory, after campaigning on the promise of greater democratic freedom. Although many Iranians hoped his leadership would bring meaningful change, hardliners lashed back against the shifting politics. High unemployment and poverty remained widespread.


Around the same time when Amini was killed, in the fall of 2022, Holy Spider came out in theaters internationally. Suddenly, Abbasi said, his movie was read very specifically in the context of her death and its aftermath, both by audiences and critics.


So far, clerical rule has survived thanks largely to a brutal crackdown. Some 15,000 people have reportedly been arrested. Hundreds more have died in the streets at the hands of security forces. Thursday saw the first execution of a man sentenced owing to protest-related charges. The government, though, is hanging on.


There is little sign that the IRGC is ready to make a move for power any time soon, particularly while Khamenei himself may beat the odds again and survive for some years to come. Yet his inevitable departure from the scene, absent a clear successor either chosen by him or allowed to emerge organically from within the clerical establishment, means that a future picture of Iranian politics is already hazily visible on the horizon.


This Sada debate addresses two important topics in the context of the ongoing Iranian protests now in their fifth week. The first topic raised in an article by Sara Bazoobandi is the freedom of choice for Iranian women, and the second is the unique opportunity provided by the current protests to drive forward positive change in Iran, which is the claim put forward in an article by Nima Khorrami.


A large number of middle-class and most religious affluent families remain faithful to the necessity of virginity at the time of marriage, and strongly believe in it as a principle to this day. Respected norms in social groups in Iran, however, have changed quite a bit and are in the process of even further change.


Background: There is a wide variation in the prevalence of multiple sclerosis (MS) in different geographical regions and the epidemiology of MS in Iran has been a major topic of concern during the last decade. Several population-based studies have shown a sharp increase in the prevalence and incidence of MS in this region. In this study, for the first time, the aim was to provide a comprehensive review regarding the incidence and prevalence of MS across Iran.


She seemed at ease with herself when she first spoke to BuzzFeed News in November 2015, though the pain of being rejected by her family quickly came to the surface. She was then anxiously helping her boyfriend make arrangements to leave Iran and join her, which he succeeded in doing later that month.


One of the authors listened to the audio files of the interviews repeatedly (NO). Verbatim transcription was performed by one of the authors (NO). Two authors (e.g., NO and VYF) read implemented interviews for many times, and encoded the implemented interviews and searched the data for frequently repeated themes [25]. Then, two authors look over the codes, identified the patterns, and developed the themes. MAXQDA-V10 software was used to encode the data. The data were analysed inductively. Two other authors (MHM and SM) examined the emerging themes and ambiguities to ensure the consistency and validity of the interpretations. Next, the extracted themes were reviewed by another author, disagreements were discussed during a meeting with all members of the research team, and the themes were finalized. Finally, sustained themes were identified using constant comparisons and analytic induction. To ensure transferability, an attempt was made to use a sample of adolescents with the highest variation. Also authors attempted to present in-depth descriptions of the study method and findings. For the credibility and confirmability assurance, the copied text and its analysis were submitted to the research team and their corrective recommendations and comments were applied. Also researcher triangulation technique was used, and researchers had prolonged engagement with data.


This study was approved by the Ethics Committee of Kerman University of Medical Sciences. The participants were assured about the confidentiality of their information and the objectives of interviewers, which were for the academic purposes. They were also informed that taking part in the study is voluntary and they could leave the interview at any time without any reason. A written informed consent was obtained from the participants and the purpose of study was fully explained to them. The interviewees were also assured that the sound recording will be stopped at any time. The interviews were initially implemented, and each interview was given an identification code to ensure confidentiality. Also, to ensure data confidentiality, all computers were secured with passwords.


The first identified subtheme was nonpenetrative relationship. Four participants (two females and two males) believed that emotional relationship between a man and a woman is inevitable, and physical intimacy such as hugging and kissing occurs in such relationships. However, what threatens the concept of virginity is intercourse.


In 1996, Iranian new car sales surge 52.7% to cross the 100.000 annual mark for the first time in history at 118.398. The Iran Khodro Paykan (+75.1%) is responsible for this, improving its share to just under 60% whereas the Saipa Pride (+37.1%) falls below 20% at 17.9%. The Iran Khodro Paykan Pickup (+153.9%) leaps onto the third step of the podium ahead of the Nissan Patrol (+50.3%). The Peugeot 405 (-53.8%) falls to #7. Daewoo arrives with the Cielo (840 sales).


This was not the first time that allegations of sexual harassment were raised on social media, but this time there was more momentum with more women willing to share their stories. In a few cases, multiple women named or used the initials of specific alleged attackers, with hundreds more calling for their prosecution.


Typhoid is a bacterial infection spread by contaminated food or water. Risk is higher among children, travellers going to rural areas, travellers visiting friends and relatives or those travelling for a long period of time.


If you are a Canadian-Iranian citizen older than 17 years, and planning to visit Iran, check your military service obligation prior to your travel. You may not be allowed to leave Iran without first having completed your military service.


The decision to travel is your choice and you are responsible for your personal safety abroad. We take the safety and security of Canadians abroad very seriously and provide credible and timely information in our Travel Advice to enable you to make well-informed decisions regarding your travel abroad.


The rates of the common mental disorders during pregnancy such as depression and anxiety range from 4 to 25% in different studies [3, 4]. In one study, the prevalence rates of prenatal stress, anxiety, and depression during the first weeks of pregnancy were reported 91.86, 15.04 and 5.19%, respectively [5]. The findings of an Iranian study also reported the rates of depression, anxiety, and stress to be 31.7, 32.5, and 49.1%, respectively [6]. The combination of maternal depression, stress, and anxiety can cause preterm labor, preeclampsia, and fetal neurodevelopmental problems [7].


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