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The results of the study show that people with ASD reported unpleasant sensations when they watched social touch, compared to people without ASD.
'Our goal now is to understand in full the mechanism of the mutation we found, so that we can express it and enable longevity while maintaining quality of life.'
Cavemen? Not really…
'On WhatsApp, I usually feel that I am not being judged, particularly because there isn’t any eye contact or physical contact, only words and signs.'
'Our studies show that Holocaust survivors cannot be treated as a homogeneous population when it comes to psychological contexts such as the risk of suicide or mental illness.'
The medical research tower will be built on the medical campus of Rambam Hospital and is aimed at advancing the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
The institutes will select cutting-edge application technologies from advance disciplines that can be industrialized.
Dr. Shahvar explains that the Iranian regime interpreted Obama’s policy as being weak and feeble. Only a strong and threatening policy will lead Iran to refrain from escalating its actions.
'Within less than a year, we’ve managed to show that it’s possible to save species and protect the earth through crowdsourcing, thanks to lots of caring people.'
The self-image of American Jews, along with their self-perceptions, cosmopolitan approach, and value systems all developed before the birth of Israel.
Surprisingly, the theater appears to have formed part of a large sanctuary, played an important role in religious ceremonies.
The lingering impact of the Holocaust on second-generation survivors.
“The mask, and now the gate in which it was embedded, are continuing to fire our imaginations."
The business community rejects the fabricated accusations against Israel perpetrated by the BDS activists.
During the day, an exhibition titled "Stripes, Stars and Magen David" will be launched in the Knesset's Chagall Hall.
In the past, the law school prohibited the singing of Hatikvah.
Using flowers on graves is not such a new idea. It may even date back 12,000 years to a society that lived in Haifa Mount Carmel areas, where Elijah the Prophet lived in Biblical times.