Saturday, July 11, 2020
BGU study concludes red wine is beneficial to Type 2 Diabetics.
Tel Aviv University research may lead to early detection and better treatment.
Hebrew University researchers developed a blood test that detects multiple pathologies, including diabetes, cancer, traumatic injury and neurodegeneration.
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.
Dr. Henry Heimlich has used his own lifesaving technique for the first time at the age of 96.
An agreement signed between the IDF Medical Corps and the American Air Force Medical Department will help both sides save lives on the battlefield.
Studying brain activity of the blind, scientists at the Hebrew University challenge the view of how the brain performs different kinds of tasks.
To help those with vision problems, Israeli company OrCam has invented a device that helps the visually-impaired compensate during everyday activities.
The New York Times recently explored the crucial efforts of a Jewish hospital sitting in the center of Tehran.
Hebrew University researchers test alternative to animal testing and learn how dangerous Tylenol is.
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