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Jerusalem Doctors Treat Rare ‘Treeman’ Virus

"After years of being ashamed and staying at home, unable to work and unwilling to show my hand to people, I have finally been given some hope of my life returning to the way it used to be."

The India-Israel Innovation Bridge is Launched

The Israel Innovation Authority and the India Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion have joined startup Indian and Israeli ecosystems.

A Grand Opening in Tzfat

The new Radiotherapy department was opened at Ziv Hospital.

BGU Re-Engineers Cancer Drug to Treat ALS

If Dr. Lichtenstein’s research pans out, patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s might also benefit.

Israel’s President Rivlin Hosts Nauru Counterpart, President Baron Waqa in Jerusalem

"In the middle of the oceans, is the island of Nauru, a small community, a Christian community, who very much believe in Israel."

Weizmann Researcher Hunts Better Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer

Science, Vishnu Mohan believes, is also the solution to all conflicts: disease, life or even politics.

Texas Becomes 18th State to Pass Anti-BDS Bill

"With this legislation, Texas protects its $500 billion economy from discrimination against Israel."

Israeli Breakthrough Could Diagnose Sleep Disorders While You’re Awake

Smartphone system under development at Ben-Gurion University can evaluate apnea and other sleep disorders at home, without contact sensors.

Israeli Scientists Invent Fast, Accurate Test to Diagnose Malaria in Less than 4 Minutes

Parasight diagnostic platform can detect malaria and ID the species in less than 4 minutes, using machine learning and computer vision.

Israeli Physician Advocates Legalizing Cannabis Completely

A family doctor in southern Israel says it's time to legalize cannabis and other drugs, and instead regulate and tax them like alcohol.

The Two Jews Who Shared The First Nobel Prize In Medicine

The discovery ultimately established the major defense mechanism in innate immunity, for which he won his Nobel Prize.

Hebrew U’s Dr. Yosef Buganim Honored for Stem Cell Research Breakthroughs

A top Israeli medical scientist receives an award for work that may help women with placenta problems give birth to healthy children.

Two Jewish Boys Help Blind Arab Man #OnlyInIsrael [video]

The 2 religious boys heard the blind Arab man say he couldn't pay for his medicine. Watch what happens next...

New Training Program Prepares Israeli Doctors to Prescribe Medical Cannabis

Israeli doctors will soon be able to prescribe medical cannabis for their patients.

Ben Gurion U. Students’ Cancer Therapy Wins Boston Competition

The student team from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev has won the Best Health and Medicine Project category in the prestigious 12th annual iGEM...

Israeli Researchers Develop Method to Profile Potential ‘School Shooters’

Ben Gurion U. researchers selected writings by six shooters involved in a number of high-profile scenarios worldwide, including the Virginia Tech Massacre in 2007

Research: Holocaust Trauma is Genetically Transmitted

The trauma of the Holocaust is transmitted genetically through the generations.

Administrative Detention Temporarily Cancelled for Hunger-Striking PIJ Terrorist

Administrative detention is temporarily cancelled for the hunger-striking terrorist.

Rambam Medical Team Saves Life of Arab Teen in Hebron

A medical team at Rambam Hospital in Haifa traveled to Hebron to save the life of a young Arab teen.

Medical Marijuana to be Available at Pharmacies

Acting Health Minister Yaakov Litzman says it will be supervised like any other drug that is considered a narcotic.

Israeli Researchers: Smartphone App May Help Parkinson’s Patients [video]

A Smartphone app may be able to help prevent Parkinson's disease patients from falling.

Israeli Mental Health Services Moving to HMOs

Mental health care services are moving from the Health Ministry to direct supervision under the four Israeli HMOs.

American Tourist Dies in Tragedy at Masada

An American woman has died in Israel after possibly suffering heat stroke and falling while hiking at Masada.

Mazal Tov to 65-Year-old Mother of ‘Illegal’ Baby

Bnei Brak Hassidic woman and child are fine after C-section birth of in-vitro-fertilization baby.

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