War Forcing IDF to Return Reservists with PTSD to Service Before Completing Therapy

Prof. Yair Bar-Haim urges an exemption from additional military service for individuals already receiving therapy for PTSD until the therapeutic process has been completed.

MDA Prepares for Power Outages, Plans ‘Doomsday Protocols’ Ahead of War with Hezbollah

"As Hezbollah threatens to conquer Israeli cities and military bases, we are preparing for fierce fighting within Israel’s borders."

United Hatzalah Mourns the Death of Its Volunteer EMT, Hamas Hostage Dolev Yehoud

The entire United Hatzalah family bows its head in sorrow and grief upon receiving the bitter news that our dedicated volunteer EMT, Dolev Yehoud...

Man Indicted for Threatening Michigan Jewish Officials Is Too Crazy to Stand Trial

Carpenter claimed to have established a new sovereign nation called "New Israel."

Beilinson Medical Center Opens Virtual Hospital for Remote Care

The war has caused Israeli hospitals rethink how medical care is delivered to our patients and increasingly, there is a need for remote medical services.

Israeli Scientist Forces Brain Tumor Cells to ‘Burn Out’

When you disable the brakes on a race car, it quickly crashes. Dr. Barak Rotblat wants to do something similar to brain cancer cells.

Oct. 7 Terrorist Gets Surgery at Tel Aviv Hospital Despite Outrage

The Hamas Nukhba force member has been detained pending trial.

Eighth Field Hospital Established in Gaza, This One in Deir Al-Balah

This eighth hospital is located in the area of Deir al-Balah and will provide humanitarian aid to the Gazan residents temporarily evacuated from the eastern Rafah area.

Bar Ilan Researchers Measure Interaction bet. Immune and Cancer Cells in Patient’s Biopsy

New technology will assist medical professionals in determining the best course of tailored cancer treatment.

Policeman Injured in Jerusalem Stabbing Attack, Terrorist Neutralized

The police suspect that the terrorist is a tourist residing in Turkey.

War Cabinet Minister Benny Gantz Injured on Holiday

The minister was taken to Sheba Medical Center, where he was treated for a broken ankle.

MDA Prepares for War with Community-Based Emergency Response Teams

Magen David Adom is training local emergency response teams to provide medical treatment to the injured when terrorists prevent immediate transport to area hospitals.

Outrage After Jerusalem Hospital Admits Hamas Nukhba Terrorist for Treatment

Dozens swarmed the halls of Hadassah Medical Center after news got out that the hospital was treating a member of the terror group's Nukhba force.

Israeli Study Shows Increased Risk of Cancer in Patients with Heart Disease

The discovery may improve the protocols for treating heart disease so clinicians also consider the increased risk of cancer.

Israeli Scientists Create New Treatment for Colorectal Cancer

The developed technology was recently licensed to a biomedical company (Vaxil Biotherapeutics) for further clinical development.

Israeli Study: Sephardic Jews at Greater Risk for Early Onset Alzheimer’s

The researchers found 64 percent of those who were diagnosed were from Sephardic Jewish backgrounds while 36 percent were from Ashkenazi backgrounds.

More than 400 Doctors and Dentists Attend Aliyah Fair in Paris

The MedEx campaign aims to recruit 2,000 physicians to address Israel's shortage.

Netanyahu’s Surgery a Success

In Israel, politicians do not joke with their doctors.

TAU Study: Heart Patients Live Longer in Green Environments

The study examined thousands of post-bypass patients and found that those who live in a “greener” environment are at a lower risk of mortality.

Israeli Researchers Uncover Biological Pathway Between Heart Disease and Cancer

The research offers a promising avenue for reducing cancer risk among heart disease patients.

Surge of Disabled Vets Exposes Cracks in Defense Ministry’s Rehabilitation Dept.

A spokesperson for the dept. told JNS that 14,000 newly disabled veterans are expected by the end of the calendar year, in addition to the 6,000 already registered since Oct. 7.

TAU Study: Viruses Choose Whether to Become Nasty

Bacteria-targeting viruses improve their decision making by coopting the defense systems built against them.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Launches Medical Aliyah Program to Remedy Israel’s Physician Shortages

The objective of the International Medical Aliyah Program is to facilitate the Aliyah of 2,000 physicians over the next five years.

Israel is Raising Taxes on Tobacco Products

The tax increase on tobacco products comes as part of the government's decision to "prevent smoking and promote a health lifestyle."

TAU Study Says Exposure to UV Radiation May Improve Fertility in Middle Aged Women

Particularly interesting is the absence of this effect among younger women in their 20s.

TAU Researchers Prevent Memory Deterioration in Animal Model of Alzheimer’s

The researchers discovered the potential for early detection of Alzheimer’s during sleep or anesthesia between 10-20 years before the onset of dementia symptoms.

Flying to Visit Rebbe’s Tomb, EMT Saves Passenger from Seizure

With remarkable composure, he directed the flight attendant to halt takeoff procedures and swiftly accessed the onboard medical kit.

Second IDF Reservist Dies from Gaza Fungal Infection, Experimental Drug Rushed to Israel

The medicine was brought from Ireland • A soldier died in December from the same fungus.

Ismail Haniyeh’s Relatives Receive Life Saving Treatment in Israeli Hospitals

Can someone alert the Hague judges to count this in their narrative of an Israeli genocide?

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