Monday, August 26, 2019
Some anti-vaxxers request exemptions on religious grounds. But what do their faiths, including Judaism, actually say about the issue?
An Israeli woman has turned her love of snakes and desire to help others into a unique business.
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.
Israel donates $8.75 million to help stop Ebola in West Africa.
Jewish Autism Self-Advocate Ari Ne'eman wins Ruderman Prize.
A TAU researchers says that the key to understanding why more boys are diagnosed with autism may all be in the genes.
Major depression, which afflicts one in six, is leading cause of disability, surpassing cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, cancer and HIV combined.
Dr. Ami Citri of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has received the prestigious $100,000 Adelis Brain Research Award.


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