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Report: 97% of Gaza’s Drinking Water at Sewer Quality

"The sewage reaches the beaches of Ashkelon and Ashdod, but first it pollutes our own beaches."

Knesset Committee Approves Accessibility Law

The new policy was drafted by Meretz MK Ilan Gilon. It becomes law in February 2018.

Hasidic Movement Bans EMT Volunteering on Penalty of Expulsion

Deputy Health Minsiter Yakov Litzman (United Torah Judaism) is a senior member of the Gur Hasidic movement.

Snipers Slated To Defend Israel’s Borders Against Rabies

Israel’s northern region has been hit with an unprecedented rabies epidemic in recent months.

FDA Approves Teva Leukemia Treatment

The medication is approved for treatment of recently-diagnosed low-risk adults with acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL).

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.

Beis Finger Rehab Center Opens for MS, Neuro Residents in Jerusalem

Beis Finger is intended to be accessible to those from the central region of the country, and is fully disabled-accessible.

LGBT, Ethiopian Groups Praise MDA’s Blood Donation Decision

"I consider it a victory and another sign that Israeli society, which supports the community, is fed up with the conservative vision of the politicians.”

Jewish Wilderness Therapy Launched in Colorado Rockies

BaMidbar will allow young Jewish adults to “challenge themselves emotionally, intellectually and spiritually by embarking on individualized journeys of self-discovery and healing.”

Autistic Recruits Help IDF with Inclusive Elements in Military

“I knew this program had potential because it taps into their strengths, specifically intense focus for extensive periods of time and strong visual capabilities.”

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."

Special Needs Center to be Developed for Negev

The new special needs center is to be developed under the auspices of the Social Services Ministry.

11 Runners Injured, 2 Seriously at Tiberias Marathon

Two runners were severely injured and underwent resuscitation treatments. Nine others were lightly and moderately injured.

Use of Folic Acid, Multivitamins During Pregnancy May Reduce Risk of Autism in Offspring

"Reduced risk of ASD in offspring is a consideration for public health policy."

Novel Nanomedicine Inhibits Progression of Pancreatic Cancer

The study could serve as a basis for the development of an effective cocktail of drugs for this deadly disease and other cancers.

Exposé: Israeli Hospitals Heavily Favor Palestinian Authority Patients over Israelis

"Israeli parents struggle over a bed for their sick child – while in recent years the scope of medical treatment for Palestinian residents has doubled – it's absurd"

Jewish New Yorkers Become Victims of Organ Harvesting in Mexico

The cost of bariatric surgery in Mexico, depending upon the procedure, costs approximately half of what it does in the United States.

Omer’s LEGO Tower Built to Highest Standard — and Hopefully Breaks Record — in...

The project was started in memory of 9-year-old Omer Sayag, who loved building Lego towers and who died of a rare brain cancer.

Jerusalem Central Bus Station Guard Opens His Eyes

Asher Elmaliach was stabbed in the heart by a terrorist.
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Israel’s Advancing Technology Causes Crisis For Emergency Service Organizations

United Hatzalah has developed new emergency communication technologies that interface with the latest cellular communications networks.

New IDF Draft Guidelines May Deter Physicians from Immigrating to Israel

Physicians in the United States rack up some $200,000 in debt by the time they complete their studies, and they will never be able to pay it off while earning a military salary in Israel.

Israeli Farmers, Nurseries Clamoring for Cannabis Permits

The Knesset is considering legislation to allow Israel to export medical marijuana. Ministers estimate sales of the product could inject as much as $1.1 billion into the Israeli economy.

TEVA Wins FDA Application Acceptance for Fremanezumab

The newly-developed migraine medication is intended to prevent the horrific attacks that can sideline sufferers from several hours to several days at a time.

Billionaire Jewish Philanthropist, Wife, in Double Suicide

Sherman has donated a record $50 million to the United Jewish Appeal. He built a major addition to the geriatric Baycrest center, as well as to other Toronto-area community centers and hospitals.

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