Monday, September 23, 2019
Hebrew University and the Hadassah Medical Center announced the establishment of the first interdisciplinary autism center in the Middle East.
Israeli scientists' new modeling method to study shingles could help eliminate the need for animal testing.
An Israeli found a method to stop bleeding of victims with stabbing wounds like the attacks that have run rampant in the current Palestinian terror wave.
A Jerusalem-based firm is working to make clunky orthodontic braces a thing of the past.
A baby has been born in a makeshift hospital set up in the storm-ravaged Philippines by the Israeli Defense Forces.
Mohammed is one of a growing number of injured Syrians receiving medical attention in Israel.
An Israeli company is helping children with mobility impairments in the developing world attend school.
Overweight and obesity in adolescents have increased substantially in recent decades, and currently affect a third of the adolescent population in some developed countries. This is an important public health concern because obesity early in life is considered to...
Studying brain activity of the blind, scientists at the Hebrew University challenge the view of how the brain performs different kinds of tasks.
Dr. Henry Heimlich has used his own lifesaving technique for the first time at the age of 96.


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