Tzfat Man Resuscitated After Collapsing in Front of his Wife

“I’ve done three successful CPRs with this defibrillator. That's a lot for one of these machines."

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Diagnosed with COVID-19

Bourla, who said he has received four doses of his company's coronavirus vaccine, said he's "feeling well while experiencing very mild symptoms."

Polio Reappears in New York City

For those who are not vaccinated, New York has set up clinics to make the vaccine available.

Tzitzit Saved Life of Bus Crash Victim

"I was in the right place at the right time to help. I used what I had on me and I improvised just like we are taught in training. Today that lesson saved a life.”

Israeli Woman Indicted on Spying for Iran in Critical Condition after Suicide Attempt

The state prosecution was in the process of reaching a plea agreement with the woman.

Mother and 2 Daughters Killed after Bus Plows through the Crowd on Busy Jerusalem...

It appears that the driver was Jewish and the event was not a terrorist attack.

Non-Israelis to be Barred from Studying Medicine in Israel

The move is part of an effort to curb the incidence of Israelis traveling abroad to become doctors due to difficulties getting accepted into local programs.

Car Thief Drives Against Traffic, Kills Oncoming Motorist in Samaria

"The vehicles were going in opposite directions on the same lanes when they hit and one of them caught fire, trapping the drivers."

Israeli Scientists Find Bacteria in Saliva Can Indicate PTSD in Military Veterans

About a third of the PTSD subjects had never been diagnosed with PTSD, so they never received recognition from the Defense Ministry and official authorities.

Safety Regulations to Prevent Drowning in the Kineret during Bein HaZmanim

Do not enter the water after drinking intoxicating beverages or ingesting or injecting hallucinogens.

Ashkelon MDA Dispatch Delivers Baby over the Phone under Barrage of Rockets

“Amid the tension and worry that accompanied the last few days, receiving a call about a birth brought me comfort and joy.”

Bar-Ilan U Researchers Develop Cancer Fighting Nanotechnology

Prof. Barda-Saad does not doubt that this technology is a sign of the future.

NY State Health Officials Urge Residents to Get Polio Vaccine

The call comes after the polio virus was found in seven different wastewater samples in two counties near northern New York City.

United Hatzalah Raises Alert to Highest Level as Situation in Gaza Intensifies

United Hatzalah volunteers in the Gaza periphery, the Negev, and the Lachish region have received additional bulletproof vests, helmets, and medical supplies.

Newborn Baby Abandoned in Cardboard Box in Acco

“Based on his blood sugar, he appears to have been fed."

Hatzalah Volunteer EMTs Interrupt Arab Village Deadly Brawl

"Unfortunately, I have had to attend to victims of violence too many times in this community."

Breakthrough: Hebrew U Drug May Prevent Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, Increase Life Expectancy

The study identified a group of molecules that enable cells to repair damaged components.

Tel Mond Man Suffers Cardiac Arrest Right in Front of Hatzalah EMT

“Right after I administered the shock, the man woke up and regained full consciousness.”

TAU Learning Method Improves Visual Perception of People with Autism

Based on memory flashes lasting seconds, the new method significantly improves the achievements of people with autism.

Rockland County Polio Connected to Jerusalem Samples

There is no cure for polio, but it is preventable through safe and effective vaccination.

MDA Installing Ultrasound Technology in Ambulances, Helicopters

The use of ultrasound equipment is potentially a game-changer in treating pulseless electrical activity.

First Responders Rescue Man Who Collapsed in Kfar HaShiloah

"It gives me a sense of satisfaction that I haven’t found anywhere else.”

Jellyfish Swarm in Israel Unusually Intense as 9 B’Av Approaches

It has been established that the swarm of “meduzas” arrive on Israel’s shores around Tamuz 17 and floats away after 9 B’Av.

Teva to Settle US Opioid Lawsuits for $4.35 Billion

The proposed deal calls for Teva to pay as much as $3.7 billion in cash over 13 years, and provide $1.2 billion worth of naloxone.

MDA Saves Australian Athlete Who Collapsed at the Maccabiah Games

The MDA team assigned to the match recognized some unusual body language, as they put it.

Hatzalah EMT Farmer Saves Calf that Was Born without a Pulse

Turns out the feeling of elation comes to EMTs when saving any life, including a baby cow.

Israel-Canadian Study Indicates Diagnosis for Fibromyalgia, Offering Hope to Patients

Thousands of fibromyalgia patients, the vast majority of whom are women, have struggled for years to get a diagnosis and effective treatment for their disease.

CRISPR Therapeutics Can Damage the Genome, Israeli Researchers Say

"The CRISPR genome editing method is very effective, but not always safe. Sometimes cleaved chromosomes do not recover and genomic stability is compromised – which might promote cancer."

AI to Help Immunotherapy for Cancer

The more mutations the tumor has amassed, the more it differs from the “normal” cells, and thus immunotherapy can be more effective.


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