Monday, October 14, 2019
Stress and loneliness peak during Passover.
The Israeli government has unanimously approved a plan to reduce the country's emission of greenhouse gases and improve energy efficiency.
An Israeli shrub may help treat diabetes.
A team of international scientists has discovered a new species of garlic in the mountainous fields of Israel.
Twitter announced that it has suspended more than 200,000 accounts that have violated policies related to the promotion of terrorism.
Concrete steps must be taken to effectively address incidents of anti-Semitism on campus and ensure that Jewish students are not isolated and marginalized.
The Hospital Liaison Program involves volunteer EMTs and paramedics from United Hatzalah volunteering for a minimum of two shifts per month.
Can clapping and tapping together change how kids feel about each other, and even lead them to behave in more socially positive ways?
Israeli dad Dedi Gilad has created a way to bring the doctor right to a sick child's home.
A collection of 6,000 Bob Dylan artifacts, including a notebook with handwritten lyrics and his first music contract, is headed for the University of Tulsa.


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