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Dr Alireza Norouzi, Dr Mohammadkazem Fakhri, Razieh Talebi, Dr Gholamreza Roshandel, Reza Mohammadi,
Volume 5, Issue 2 (10-2017)

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is the most common functional gastrointestinal disorder and is a psychosomatic disorder. This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) on coping styles and gastrointestinal symptoms of IBS patients. This Experimental (pretest-posttest with the control group) study was conducted on 32 patients with IBS based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. They divided randomly assigned into two groups intervention (n = 15) and control (n = 17). ROME III was used for the diagnosis of IBS. coping styles were evaluated by using Lazarus coping styles questionnaire (CSQ). Data analysis was conducted in SPSS software by using student t-test, Mann-Whitney, and covariance. The results showed that the difference between the mean scores of coping styles (emotion-focused & problem-focused) and gastrointestinal  symptoms in the intervention group after the sessions of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy was statistically significant (p <0.01). The results show that mindfulness-based therapy can be effective in reducing and controlling psychological symptoms, enhance well-being and quality of life. Therefore, this therapy as an adjunctive therapy in patients with irritable bowel syndrome is recommended.

Sayede Shadi Nazari , Solmaz Norouzi, Mohammad Asghari Jafar-Abadi,
Volume 8, Issue 1 (3-2020)

Background and objective: Prevalence and the spread of novel Coronavirus (2019-ncov) cause significant life and financial destruction worldwide and is the cause of severe respiratory infection in humans. The present study briefly reviews the latest information on how the virus is distributed around the world. The main question of the study are: 1- In which geographic regions of the world is the Coronavirus more concentrated? 2- Is the distribution of the Coronavirus geographically stable?
Material and Methods: To answer these questions, we first began collecting and studying the available scientific resources. The required data was obtained from a daily report of confirmed, recovered, and deaths by the Coronavirus separated by state which was collected from January 22, 2020 to Jun 19, 2020. Based on analyzing available patterns in spatial statistics tool in ArcGIS and geostatistical models, we examined how the Coronavirus was distributed around the world.
Results: The spread of the disease is increasing all over the world. Using the results of Map 1, it is seen that the spread of Corona virus has a trend and starts in China and then spreads to the Middle East, Europe and the United States in a linear manner. The results also show that the prevalence of mortality is higher than that of recovery. Central mean and median for all types (Confirmed, Recovered and death) are close to each other. Death mean and median was close to Western countries and Recovered mean and median was close to Eastern countries, while confirmed mean and median was located in the center.
Conclusion: Based on spatial statistics tool in ArcGIS and geostatistical models, we examined how the Coronavirus was distributed around the world. Our results showed that the spread of Corona virus had a trend and started in China and then spread to the Middle East, Europe and the United States in a likely linear manner.

Mousa Dehghan, Abdollah Ghasemi, Ali Kashi, Elaheh Arabameri, Kayvan Molanorouzi,
Volume 9, Issue 3 (9-2021)

Background and Objective: Human development is influenced by genetic, environmental, and social factors whose foundation is formed from infancy and childhood. Preterm birth and low birth weight are important issues that can affect the development and threaten the public health.
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of early exercise interventions on gross motor skills of children with preterm birth aged 3 to 6 years.
Material and Methods: In this Experimental study, 30 children with average (2066 ±354g) were selected from among the preterm infants (32 to 37 weeks less than 2500 g) admitted to NICU ward. They were divided into two groups (experimental group n=15 and control group n=15 children).To evaluate the gross motor skills of children, the second version of the Peabody developmental motor scale was used. The results were analyzed by SPSS using ANCOVA test (p≤0.05).
Result: . The results of this study showed that early interventions can have a positive effect on the gross motor skills of these children and the participants in the experimental group were able to obtain higher scores than the control group after participating in the training program.
Conclusion: The results showed that training interventions have a significant effect on both stability and locomotion skills.

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