0

Iran’s Interior Minister Highlights Khamenei’s Role In November Protests

Posted on

Iran’s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli has reiterated Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s responsibility in increasing the price of gasoline in mid-November 2019 when Iranian security forces are said to have killed around 1,500 protesters during unrest in reaction to a gasoline price hike.

According to official news agency IRNA, Rahmani Fazli who was speaking via video teleconference in a virtual meeting with police chiefs and commanders all over Iran on Monday April 20, called 2019 “an eventful year” particularly for Iran’s police force.

Referring to the protests to the gas price hike, he said: “The historic message sent by the Supreme Leader, led to a major development in which the people had a significant presence.”

According to a Reuters report, Khamenei’s message to the security forces at the time “set in motion the bloodiest crackdown on protesters since the Islamic Revolution.” Utterly angered by the nationwide protests, Khamenei told

Read More

0

Garden Heights Recovery Publishes New Article That Highlights the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Among People Who Abuse Illicit Drugs

Posted on

Jersey City, New Jersey. Garden Heights Recovery, a leading addiction treatment center serving New Jersey and NYC commuters, has pulished a new article highlighting the risk of illicit drug use and the impact on the cardiovascular system. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the US. Every year, one in four deaths is caused by heart disease. In line with the upcoming American Heart Month this February, Garden Heights Recovery. reminded the public that heart disease can be prevented when people make healthy choices and manage their health conditions.

Garden Heights Recovery highlighted the increased risk of cardiovascular disease among people who abuse illicit substances.

Researchers have found that most drugs can have adverse cardiovascular effects. These effects can range from something mild like an abnormal heart rate to something serious like a heart attack.

Further, a lot of recreational users take illicit drugs

Read More