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ZAKA Volunteer: I Took Care of Jewish Victims First, Critically Wounded Terrorist Had to...

"Usually at the initial phase on the scene the terrorist has been identified, and our policy is indeed to prefer the victims in giving medical care."

Israeli Couple May Divorce Over Children’s Vaccinations

The wife, equipped with medical articles she had picked up on Google, vehemently refused to vaccinate.

75 Children Contract Chickenpox in Williamsburg Outbreak, Failure to Inoculate Cited

The problem is that by reducing the number of vaccinated children, the community at large is exposed to a greater risk.

Jewish Genome Event Explores Tracing our Jewish Identity to our DNA

When we analyze genomes of Jewish people, we are able to observe their unique history that includes their Levant heritage.

Israel Forced to Process Gaza Sewage, Again

Wastewater from Gaza is polluting the groundwater in southern Israel as their sewage drains into Nahal Hanoun.

Israel Offers ‘Superior’ Psychiatric Treatment to Terrorists

Dr. Keisar revealed that some of the terrorists are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder because of the terrifying scenes they witnessed in the terror attacks they themselves committed.

Jerusalem Central Bus Station Guard Opens His Eyes

Asher Elmaliach was stabbed in the heart by a terrorist.

5 Jews Arrested in Counter Protest at Barzilai Hospital

Five Jews were arrested Sunday night for rioting at a protest against PIJ terrorist hunger striker Mohammed Alla'an at Barzilai Hospital.

Netanyahu’s 2016 Medical Report: Polyp in Large Intestine

Besides the gastro test, the Prime Minister underwent heart and lungs, urological, and ear, nose and throat tests.

El Al Passenger Suffers Heart Attack Dies in Flight

After a few hours in the air, the chief flight attendant announced that a doctor was needed urgently.

TEVA CEO Erez Vigodman Resigns

There was no explanation for Monday night's sudden resignation of the TEVA chief executive officer.

Hebrew U. Analysis Links Acetaminophen in Pregnancy to Autism

Researchers at the Hebrew University found a link between prolonged use of drugs containing acetaminophen (paracetamol or Tylenol) during pregnancy, and increased risk of autism spectrum disorder and ADHD.

109 Whooping Cough Cases over 12 Months in Brooklyn Ultra-Orthodox Communities

The ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities of Crown Heights, Williamsburg and Borough Park, Brooklyn are experiencing an outbreak of Pertussis—also known as whooping cough

Report: Gaza Hospitals Provide Medical Helium for Firebomb Terror Balloons

During the 2014 Operation Protective Edge, Al-Shifa Hospital in the neighborhood of North Rimal in Gaza City was described by The Washington Post as being a "de facto headquarters for Hamas leaders, who can be seen in the hallways and offices."

Former President Peres ‘Moving Both Hands,’ Slow Improvement Continues

Former President Shimon Peres continues to slowly improve as doctors reduce his sedation; he is now able to move his hands.

Israeli Scientists Find Medical Cannabis Significantly Safer for Elderly With Chronic Pain Than Opioids

More than 60 percent were prescribed medical cannabis due to the pain, particularly pain associated with cancer.

Doctors Plan Strike at Israeli Public Hospitals

Doctors at Israeli public hospitals may decide to strike over staffing and private practice issues.

UPDATE: Serious Deterioration in Peres’ Condition, Brain Damage Irreversible

His medical team is afraid of an approaching collapse of his systems since there hasn't been a significant improvement in his condition.

Israel Fines Teva $22 Million for Corruption

Last Friday, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. to junk rating, citing the company’s debt load.

Former Justice Minister Ya’akov Ne’eman Passes Away at 77

Former Justice Minister Ya'akov Ne'eman has passed away after a long fight with a "difficult illness" at the age of 77.

Israeli Scientists Discover Link Between Resilience to Dyslexia and Gray Matter

Researchers say that a high density of neurons in the frontal cortex are important for successful reading.

Breast Cancer Grows By Recruiting Cells From Bone Marrow

The study suggests that targeting these cells with new therapies could be an effective way of treating the disease.

Israeli Doctor Performs Rare Spinal Surgery in Jerusalem to Save Bedridden Palestinian Authority Teen

"No one in Israel or abroad wanted to treat him until we got to Dr. Schroeder at Hadassah."

Transforming the Future of Healthcare: Inside Sheba’s Cutting-Edge Innovation Center

The Sheba Innovation Center will allow seamless integration between innovators, scientists, startups, high-level developers, large corporate companies, investors, and academia-all under one roof.

Israeli Breakthrough Could Diagnose Sleep Disorders While You’re Awake

Smartphone system under development at Ben-Gurion University can evaluate apnea and other sleep disorders at home, without contact sensors.

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