Monday, February 17, 2020
A new report by Israel’s University of Haifa says breastfeeding can greatly reduce children's risk of cancer.
Recently, the family of a young Israeli girl suffered a traumatic loss, when Yuval Nizri, age 11, died in a car crash in Rishon Letzion.
Britain's Ambassador to Israel visited headquarters of Israeli volunteer emergency medical service organization United Hatzalah in Jerusalem Tuesday.
Major depression, which afflicts one in six, is leading cause of disability, surpassing cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, cancer and HIV combined.
Technion Israel Institute of Technology has been awarded a grant for a tuberculosis detection breakthrough as part of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
A new study into Parkinson’s disease will focus on Ashkenazi Jews.
The most common form of white blood cells contain different subtypes, of which some fight the cancer and others promote its progression.
Stress and loneliness peak during Passover.
To help those with vision problems, Israeli company OrCam has invented a device that helps the visually-impaired compensate during everyday activities.
Students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are developing an innovative micro-antenna to focus radiation on tiny tumors in the digestive tract.


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