Saturday, May 27, 2017
Up to one million people, mainly pregnant women and children, are killed each year by a parasite that causes the most devastating form of human malaria.
For the first time in history, the elite Duvdevan Unit’s official doctor is a woman.
Changing any portion of the Medicaid funding to a per capita cap proposal would have a significant negative impact on seniors, and put the health care and financial security of millions of older adults at risk.
Israeli Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman announced that a long awaited reform of the mental healthcare system would be enacted.
Some anti-vaxxers request exemptions on religious grounds. But what do their faiths, including Judaism, actually say about the issue?
A Jerusalem-based firm is working to make clunky orthodontic braces a thing of the past.
Israel father-son team develop low-cost insulin pump.
Canada's Jewish General Hospital says it plans to disregard a new bill banning religious symbols from public sites.
Marijuana use is illegal in Israel. However, the herb is gaining wider acceptance in the country among those who tout marijuana’s medicinal properties.
Israel scientists who gave a patient a cancer drug being studied as a treatment for arthritis found the drug is also effective in treating alopecia areata.


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