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Health Alert: Check Your Breakfast Cereals and Snack Bars

A former grounds keeper claims his terminal cancer was caused by Monsanto's weed killer, which contained glyphosate.

Tiberias Surgeons Endoscopically Remove 2 Inch Nail from 8-Year-Old Girl’s Intestine

"Moving slowly, we managed to use the endoscope to grab the nail, transfer it to the stomach and then pull it out through the esophagus," Dr. On related.

Leptospirosis Scare: National Water Bottler Reports ‘Deviations’ in Golan Samples

Reports of an outbreak of Leptospirosis are receiving a growing support, as four students ages 14 and 15 were hospitalized on suspicion of contracting the disease on a trip to the Jordan River.

Hospital Security Guard Attacked by Family Members in Afula

Violence against medical personnel in Israel has become a growing concern in recent years.

Skokie Baseball Field Named After Orthodox Jewish Youth Who Died of Cancer

“Caleb played sports like he lived life: with passion, with pride and always looking out for the other guy,” his mother said.

Health Alert: Hikers in Golan Heights, Beware!

Israel's Health Ministry is warning against entering the Zakim, Yehudiya, Meshushim (Hexagon Pool) and Zavitan streams for now.
Maternity ward in Jerusalem Hospital

Three Israeli Hospitals Break Newborn Birth Records in July

According to statistics taken in 2016, Israel has a fertility rate of 3.11 children per mother—the highest fertility rate in the developed world.

Haifa U: Disabled at Higher Risk of PTSD due to War, Terror

28% of people with disabilities who were exposed to war and terror were particularly at risk of developing post-traumatic symptoms, compared to 11% of people with disabilities who were not exposed.

Israeli Nurses to Strike, Protesting Violence Against Medical Personnel

Violence against medical personnel in clinics and hospitals in Israel is not new, but it's been a growing concern in recent years.

29 Syrian Patients Can’t Safely Return Home from Israel

There is concern that if they return home to Syria, Assad will jail or murder them.

Ammonia Leak at Port of Haifa

Firefighters were inspecting the site to assess the damage and determine the next step.

Rabbi Reuven Feinstein Released from Hospital

Rabbi Feinstein sustained serious bruises but did not suffer a more serious injury.

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.

Prayers Requested for Rabbi & Rebbetzin Feinstein

The public is asked to pray for the recovery of Shalom Reuven ben Shima, and Chava Sarah bas Ita Devorah.

IDF Evacuates Syrian ‘White Helmets’ Civil Defense Members Fearing for their Lives to Jordan

The White Helmets have been the target of a disinformation campaign by Syrian and Russian regime propaganda outlets

Trump Sends Recovery Greetings to Borough Park Breslov Chasid

Rabbi Avrumi Getz, author of Meshiv La'Shoel, is known as the most prolific promoter of the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov in America.

Israeli Scientists Find Noradrenalin Key in Sensory Perceptions

Noradrenaline is involved in alertness, stress, attention and decision making; but the team found it also seems to determine the ability to perceive surrounding events.

Tiberias Area Hospital Reports Prepared for Large Scale Earthquake

"The recent earthquakes are a reminder of the importance of the early preparedness and readiness of the staff of the medical center for emergency scenarios, including an earthquake in the area."

Hands-On Training from the Ground Up: US First-Responders Study Methodology in Israel

Several times a year, groups of Americans from various emergency agencies arrive to spend a week in classroom training and fieldwork alongside their Israeli counterparts. Then they take their new skills back home.
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Meet Harvest2Order – 2 Israeli Expats Who Revolutionized Salad

Most of the salads you'll be served are kept on the premises in futuristic, hydroponic display cases, and are cut, mixed and served before your eyes.

Report: 55 Complaints Against Ritual Circumcisers in 2017, Out of 75,000 Circumcisions

Attorney Ella Skat of the ITIM Institute asked, “Why not compel mohalim to carry malpractice insurance?”

NY Hassidic Student Injured by Iron Bar Dropped from Crane in Mea Shearim

Workers were on the building's roof at the time, constructing a storage room, and it is assumed their negligence resulted in the dropped metal bar.

Israeli NGO Wins UN Prize

Save a Child’s Heart has treated 5000 children from 57 countries since being founded in the mid-1990s, including 2000 patients from the Gaza Strip and Judea and Samaria.

IDF Overnight Operation Delivered Humanitarian Aid to Thousands of Displaced Syrians

About 300 tents, 13 tons of food, 15 tons of baby food, three pallets of medical equipment and medicine, and 30 tons of clothing and footwear were transferred.

Israeli Ultrasound Set to Revolutionize Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

“We are afraid to admit mammography has failed us, because it’s all we have to offer to screen for breast cancer."

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