Thursday, March 23, 2017
An Israeli company is helping children with mobility impairments in the developing world attend school.
UTI is a common medical condition affecting between 8 and 10 million individuals in the United States every year.
Poor people are more likely to suffer health concerns and loss of quality of life after a heart attack than the wealthy, says a new Israeli study.
Israel father-son team develop low-cost insulin pump.
BGU study concludes red wine is beneficial to Type 2 Diabetics.
An Israeli team is working on a vaccine to keep cancer in remission.
As part of the initiative, volunteer medics pay weekly house calls to elderly people, many of whom are Holocaust survivors who live on their own.
A drug that was researched and tested in Israel has helped former President Jimmy Carter overcome his life-threatening case of melanoma.
An agreement signed between the IDF Medical Corps and the American Air Force Medical Department will help both sides save lives on the battlefield.
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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