.Model of Predicting Psychosocial Adaptation to Disease According to Health-Promoting Behaviors with the Mediation Role of Self-Compassion in the Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Background: The present study was conducted to offer the model of predicting psychosocial adaptation to disease according to health-promoting behaviors with the mediation role of self-compassion in the patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
.A Review of Heavy Metals Accumulation in Red Meat and Meat Products in the Middle East.
Background: The problem of food contamination is a matter of concern, which can cause health complications in consumers. Several international organizations have created standard permissible limits for heavy metals in meat products. Livestock such as sheep, cattle, camels, and goats are the most important sources of protein meat in the Middle East (ME) countries.
Digestive Diseases Research Center (DDRC) is an affiliated research center to Poursina Hakim Institute, a private organization for health promotion, patient care, research and education in biomedical sciences in the field of gastrointestinal diseases. Research activities have begun since 2000, just at the same time that Poursina Hakim Institute initiated its activity leading to establishment of Poursina Hakim Research Center in 2008. The institute including the research center was finally approved by the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education as DDRC in 2015. Our research team is comprised of researchers in different fields including medicine, pharmacy, microbiology, pathology, statistics, etc. with the goal to translate research from bench- to-bedside benefiting mankind.