MK Ayman Odeh, head of the Joint Arab List, is hospitalized with chest pain at Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center.
A panel of French judges has ruled there is no evidence that former PLO chairman Yasser Arafat was murdered.
An IDF soldier is sedated and breathing with a respirator after he was bitten by a snake in the Golan Heights.
Deputy Minister Litzman is considered by most of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to be one of the most competent elected officials today.
The trauma of the Holocaust is transmitted genetically through the generations.
A second chemical plant has exploded in eastern China, south of Beinjing, injuring nine.
“If Israel were to grow cannabis instead of bell peppers, the local economy would have shot up by many percentage points,” Said Dr. Tamir Gadot.
A genetic analysis laboratory in Katzrin, in the Golan Heights, has developed a unique genetic exam for early detection of predisposition to certain cancers--a full 10 to 15 years before any symptoms of early cancer are presented.
Five Jews were arrested Sunday night for rioting at a protest against PIJ terrorist hunger striker Mohammed Alla'an at Barzilai Hospital.
PM Netanyahu congratulated Israeli athletes this week on winning 62 medals at the Special Olympics in Los Angeles.
Israeli scientists at Ben Gurion University of the Negev have reached a breakthrough in HIV and leukemia research.
The report's scope is very limited, but that didn't stop UNRWA from widening it in their press release and tweets to attack Israel.
PM Netanyahu expressed "deep sorrow" over death of second Duma terror victim Saturday night.
Hamas calls for a third intifada following the death of Sa'ad Dawabsheh.
Both soldiers are still listed in serious condition.
A medical team at Rambam Hospital in Haifa traveled to Hebron to save the life of a young Arab teen.
Rabbi Chaim Yehuda Leib Auerbach is recovering from successful cardiac surgery at Tel Hashomer hospital.
The worst heat wave to hit the Middle East in more than a decade has claimed its second victim in Israel.
Inspired by Israeli Tech and Expertise, the 1st Community-based Emergency Response Program Launched in...
Based on Israel’s United Hatzalah Model, Volunteers Began Training Session Last Thursday.
Acting Health Minister Yaakov Litzman says it will be supervised like any other drug that is considered a narcotic.
Teva appears to be moving into the medical marijuana market, and a pending acquisition could partially relieve the pain of its top drug, Copaxone, going off patent.
"Dano" was wounded in action. The Multinational Force turned to a Hebrew University veterinarian.
Israel-based Teva will be the first pharmaceutical company approved to make a generic version of migraine medication Axert.
“The idea of adapting the unit actually came from our soldiers who recognized the need for it in the field,” explained Captain Dr. Lev.
A Smartphone app may be able to help prevent Parkinson's disease patients from falling.