Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Studying brain activity of the blind, scientists at the Hebrew University challenge the view of how the brain performs different kinds of tasks.
A baby has been born in a makeshift hospital set up in the storm-ravaged Philippines by the Israeli Defense Forces.
Dr. Ami Citri of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has received the prestigious $100,000 Adelis Brain Research Award.
For 17-year-old Bolodimir Bedyuk, a Ukrainian who was wounded in clashes with Ukrainian forces on Feb. 18, Israeli medical care may be his only hope.
Women who have undergone mastectomies often have not only cancerous breast tissues removed, but their nipples as well.
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.
Israel donates $8.75 million to help stop Ebola in West Africa.
A new, minimally invasive procedure may soon stop aneurysms in their tracks.
Israeli and American researchers have teamed up to prove depression tendencies in individuals exposed to prolonged periods of stress.
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