Iranian President Hassan Rouhani vowed to “forge ahead” with Iran’s nuclear enrichment program over the weekend and announced the upcoming construction of a second nuclear reactor in the province of Bushehr.
Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant came online in 2011 and is operated with the assistance of the Russians. Rouhani said that a second reactor would be built in the near future.
“Based on our estimates, the second nuclear power plant will be built in the same province and I hope that we can use the facilities of this province,” Rouhani said according to Iran’s state run Fars News Agency.
Migraines link to plastic cups and bottles: 'Gender-bending' chemical in packaging may trigger the attacks
- New study suggests Bisphenol A (BPA) may cause debilitating headaches
- Migraines afflict one in seven adults in the UK
- Researchers urge sufferers to cut their potential exposure to BPA by not using plastic microwave trays, bottles and office water coolers
- BPA has already been linked to obesity, infertility and heart attacks
Drinking water from plastic cups or bottles could be giving millions of Britons headaches.
New research shows that a controversial ‘gender-bending’ chemical in synthetic packaging may trigger migraines.
Bisphenol A (BPA) has already been linked to a range of heath problems including obesity, infertility and heart attacks.
Now the latest study – published in the journal Toxicological Sciences – points to BPA causing the debilitating headaches which afflict one in seven UK adults.