Sunday, February 17, 2019
Prof. Micah Leshem of the Department of Psychology at the University of Haifa said conventional wisdom suggests eating salty foods makes you thirsty.
In a discovery that could advance understanding and treatment of diabetes, scientists revealed a step in the process of pancreatic beta cell maturation.
The IDF makes every effort to ensure its soldiers are ready to defend the State of Israel while applying the universal values ​​of the medical profession.
A new, minimally invasive procedure may soon stop aneurysms in their tracks.
A Jerusalem-based firm is working to make clunky orthodontic braces a thing of the past.
A major goal of cancer immunotherapy is to generate, induce or augment an anti-tumor immune response.
A baby has been born in a makeshift hospital set up in the storm-ravaged Philippines by the Israeli Defense Forces.
Hebrew University researchers developed a blood test that detects multiple pathologies, including diabetes, cancer, traumatic injury and neurodegeneration.
An Israeli found a method to stop bleeding of victims with stabbing wounds like the attacks that have run rampant in the current Palestinian terror wave.
A rare procedure performed at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem prevented a 3-year-old Palestinian boy from the Gaza Strip from becoming paralyzed.


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