New guidelines for STIs treatment
September 24, 2016
New guidelines for the treatment of 3 common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have been issued by World Health Organization (WHO) in summer 2016 in response to the growing threat of antibiotic resistance.
They can explode and even kill
September 23, 2016
In mid-September 2016, Samsung Electronics has recalled Some 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones worldwide, replacing or refunding the flagship phones, whose susceptibility to catching fire has damaged the image of the Korean powerhouse.
Modest artist with great heritage
September 21, 2016
When writing about painter Kamo Nigaryan, you come across some paradox, which can be compared to the feelings of an archaeologist who discovers an unknown object. He tries to understand the structure of the finding, its style and date of creation, as well as get any information about it. However, failing to find any info, the scientist produces his own conclusion, basing on his experience and impression from the discovery. No one knows how precise the conclusion is and there is a lot of room for speculation.
September 9, 2016
A natural disaster is any catastrophic event that is caused by nature or the natural processes of the earth. The severity of a disaster is measured in lives lost, economic loss, and the ability of the population to rebuild.
Luxurious resorts and sunny skies
September 8, 2016
Bora Bora, a 30 km2 island often described as the center of the romantic universe, is famed for its beauty, with luxurious resorts, sunny skies, warm waters and friendly locals. Dormant volcanoes rise up at its center and fan out into lush jungle before spilling into an aquamarine lagoon.
Story worth reading
September 7, 2016
There have been a lot of interesting occurrences in the history of the Olympic Games. Although not being directly relevant to sports, they stuck in memories forever. One of such episodes is the story of Armenian-born athlete and actor Haig Prieste.
Global health emergency
September 4, 2016
The Zika virus, first identified in Uganda in 1947, is transmitted by the same type of mosquito that carries dengue, yellow fever and Japanese encephalitis. A mosquito bites an infected person and then passes those viruses to other people it bites. Outbreaks did not occur outside of Africa until 2007, when it spread to the South Pacific to the Americas, leading to the 2015–16 Zika virus epidemic.
September 2, 2016
With its weaving peculiarities and aesthetic value, the Armenian carpet was highly prized in many countries, including Medieval Europe, where it was depicted by various artists. PanARMENIAN.Net continues to present the works in which the Armenian carpet found its worthy place.
New York state expands Medical Marijuana Program
August 31, 2016
The state of New York announced on August 30, 2016, the implementation of new recommendations to its Medical Marijuana Program, which includes home delivery of cannabis and authorizing nurse practitioners to certify patients for the program.
Everything that follows is a bonus
August 29, 2016
Tsutomu Yamaguchi is the only man officially recognized by the Japanese government as having lived through the atomic bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945.