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TEVA CEO Kåre Schultz Apologizes to Netanyahu for Situation

“I am committed to maintaining Teva’s global headquarters in Israel, including my office. I do this as part of my commitment to Israel..."

Woman Making Aliyah Dies On-Board El Al Flight

A doctor that was brought to the plane upon landing declared her death.

Israeli Scientists Show Individuals Have ‘Neural Fingerprint,’ Search for Early Markers of Autism

The researchers hope to find early markers that will help in the diagnosis -- and ultimately, the treatment -- of autism at a younger age.

TEVA to Relocate Most Israeli Operations, Slash Work Force

A total of 10,000 of the company’s total 56,000 employees are projected to lose their jobs worldwide.

Iran Struggling with Rapid Spread of HIV/AIDS

“If we look at five or six years ago, the rate of infection through sex was around 16% or 17%, to 20% at the most. Now it is up to 40% cent or even more in some provinces."

3 Sheba Medical Center Doctors Unveil Ground-breaking Innovations

The Chaim Sheba Medical Center at Tel HaShomer, just east of Tel Aviv, Israel's largest medical facility, is home to the largest percentage of clinical research in Israel conducted at a single hospital.

Israeli Researchers Says Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy May Improve Alzheimer’s Symptoms

Israeli researchers say hyperbaric oxygen treatment has the potential to correct behavioral and physical deficits associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Frustrated About Your Diet? Your Scale Isn’t Giving the Entire Picture!

The first-ever long-term diet study to use MRI to map body fat storage changes has come up with interesting data on how health lifestyle choices affect fat reduction.

Israeli Scientists Say Skipping Breakfast Disrupts ‘Body Clock Genes’ Regulating Weight, Glucose

Tel Aviv University researchers say consuming breakfast normalizes the expression of genes that improve insulin and glucose responses all day long.

Cancer is Main Cause of Death in Israel

The information was published by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics for the year 2015.

Israel’s Economy Minister in Japan to Court Investors

This year's Japanese Mitsubishi Tanabe acquisition of NeuroDerm was the largest deal to date between an Israeli company and a Japanese company.

Israeli Research Finds Dual Virtual Reality – Treadmill Exercise Helps Parkinson’s Patients

The research underlines the importance of combining cognitive rehabilitation with the motor rehabilitation of Parkinson's disease patients.

Israeli Placenta-Based Cell Therapy Company Granted US Patent for Skeletal Muscle Regeneration

Clinical studies using PLacental eXpanded cells demonstrated significant muscle regeneration, including a 300% improvement in muscle volume and a 500% boost in muscle force after surgery compared to a control group.

Israeli Doctors Visit Tbilisi to Examine and Treat Children with Special Issues

The collaboration was initiated several years ago as part of an international project to enhance the state of medicine in Eastern European countries.

Another Reason to Make Aliyah: New National Long Term Care Insurance in Excess of...

Despite criticism of the Finance Minister for his deficit spending, it must admitted that the new plan will bring much solace to Israel's neediest citizens.

Israeli Scientists: Parents Vastly Underestimate Children’s Exposure to Secondhand Smoke

"Studies have shown that 85% of smoke is invisible, and many components of cigarette smoke are odorless."

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.

First Maternity Hospital in South Syria Opens on Israeli Border

In the years since the Syrian civil war began, in 2011, area sick and pregnant women were admitted in a field hospital set up by the IDF for the Israel-aligned rebels and their families on the Israeli border.

Zuckerman Institute Launches New US-Israeli Scientific Collaboration

Over the next 20 years, the program will provide more than $100 million in scholarships and educational activities.

Israeli Scientists Study How We Judge Others

"For example, a typical 'tiger mom' is sure that stress is a good thing. She may simply not see how burned out her child may be."

More Than Half of Israelis are Overweight, Says OECD Report

Smoking rates have fallen, although that is also still an issue: approximately one in five adults still smokes daily.

NY Gov Cuomo Signs Bill Approving Medical Marijuana to Treat PTSD

"If there are veterans that are suffering and we can make a treatment available, we want to."

New Research: Teen Smokers May Become Heavy Drinkers as Adults

Researchers at Tel Aviv University say nicotine "memories" from adolescence may lead to alcoholism years later.

Israeli Scientists Say Fatigue Slows Your Brain Cells Down

Drowsy driving can be as dangerous as drunk driving, the researchers point out.

Israeli Scientists Navigate the Genome to Cure Deafness

Discovery of long-encoding RNAs in the auditory system may solve a piece of the deafness puzzle.

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