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Palestinian Authority Donates Medicine to Venezuela while Gaza Faces Pharmaceutical Crisis

The PA government which should transfer 40% of its donated medicine in Ramallah to the Gaza Strip, while 60% should remains. Alas, "only around 5% to 7% actually reaches the strip.”

Druze Brig. Gen. Incoming IDF Medical Corps Chief

In 2011, Dr. Tarif was instrumental in setting up the evacuation to Israeli hospitals of an estimated 2,500 wounded Syrians who have been approaching the border asking for help.

Israelis Raise NIS 1M to Create Accessible Home for Policewoman Maimed by Terrorist

Cognitively, Tsippi is unimpaired. Physically, her life is a major challenge. Medically, she’s cleared to go home – but not to the home she once lived in.

Prime Minister: ‘Niv is a Hero, Stopped and Prevented Massive Disaster’

"The real answer lies in our courage and willingness to fight against these murderers and those who dispatch them."

Woman, 25, Undergoes Tongue Reconstruction at Tiberias Hospital

"We discovered a 4-cm-wide ulcer on the right side of the tongue, which raised an immediate suspicion that it was a cancerous tumor," Explained Dr. Abu al-Na'aj.

Having Lost 1/3 of Its Value in 2 Days Teva Drags Down Tel Aviv...

This collapse comes in the wake of the world's biggest generic drugs maker attempt to dominate its market with a $40.5 billion acquisition of Allergan's generics business last year. It was a bad call.

Israeli Scientists Say Cultural Activities Influence The Way We Think

"Some of these principles that evolved in the biological brain may be useful in the development of AI someday."

Teva Pharmaceuticals to Fire 7,000 – Stock Price Plummets

"We are focused on executing meaningful cost reductions, rationalizing our assets and maximizing their value."

Israeli Scientists Discover Genetic Mutation That Causes Male Infertility

In future, specific scans will be available to test for mutations in this gene as a result of this study.

Prayers Requested for Yavneh Terror Victim

Please pray for the swift recovery of Niv Gil ben Hadassah.

PLO Chief Saeb Erekat On List for Lung Transplant in Israel, US

Erekat suffers from pulmonary fibrosis, diagnosed over a year ago.

Israeli Boxing Champion Saves 5 Lives with Donated Body Parts

He could have chosen the easy service offered to an outstanding athlete. He preferred, instead, to serve as a combat soldier in the Sayeret Egoz special forces unit.

Gaza Envelope Municipalities Decry Sewer Eruptions from Blackout-Plagued Gaza

As a result of the collapse of the sewage treatment in the Gaza Strip, the desalination plant in Ashkelon, which supplies one-fifth of the drinking water of Israel, has collapsed as well.

‘Not Your Average Food Basket’

The project shows homemakers how the body requires different energies at different hours for maximum productivity.

Nearly 20K Tons of Goods Delivered to Gaza Via Kerem Shalom Crossing

Kerem Shalom Crossing is on the southern Gaza Border, and open Sunday through Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Israel Forced to Process Gaza Sewage, Again

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

Get Ready for Jerusalem 2021 Academic Weed Fest

The International Symposium will mark 'father of cannabinoid research' Prof. Mechoulam’s 90th birthday in his home town of Jerusalem.

Israel’s NeuroDerm Sold for $1.1B to Japan’s Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma

“We believe that this transaction will yield important benefits for NeuroDerm’s shareholders and the Parkinson’s disease patients who urgently need new therapies."

US Senator John McCain Diagnosed With Brain Cancer

McCain shows no sign of cognitive delays, according to the report, and has said he wants to “get back to work.”

Human Skull Found in Tzfat

It's not clear how the skull got to the cemetery, nor why it wasn't properly disposed of. Police are investigating.

Homeless, Injured in Tzfat After Fire Rages Through Cana’an Neighborhood

It's not yet clear what started the fires in so many different locations on Sunday, but it has been especially hot and dry in Israel for the past week or more.

Acid Waste Spill Killing Rare Ibexes in Nature Reserve

The number of rare ibexes that have been killed at the Nahal Ashalim Nature Reserve has risen to 8.

US Envoy Jason Greenblatt Talks Peace in Ramallah, Crisis in Gaza

Greenblatt joined the Quartet in discussing concerns over the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza and current efforts to resolve the crisis.

Haifa U Study: Autism Spectrum Disorder Sufferers Show Neural Responses of Anxiety on Seeing...

The results of the study show that people with ASD reported unpleasant sensations when they watched social touch, compared to people without ASD.

Faulty Arab Sewer Causing Ecological Disaster in Israeli Nature Reserve

According to a report issued by the IDF Civil Administration in 2014, the Arabs of Judea and Samaria produce 62 million cubic meters of sewage annually, of which only about 5 million cubic meters are treated.

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