“The outbreak is not over, and we will continue to see additional cases as long as unvaccinated students are not properly excluded from attending school.”
University of Haifa and “ii2020” Sign Collaboration to Transform Haifa into Digital Health Powerhouse
The University and Dr. Erel Margalit, founder and chairman of Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) announce partnership which will use the vehicle of digital health to create thousands of new jobs in Haifa, Israel’s third-largest city.
"A lack of tools to specifically isolate leukemic stem cells has precluded the comprehensive study and specific targeting of these stem cells until now."
"Her doctors at Beilinson Hospital stress that the early days following a transplant operation are still considered critical, but they are very satisfied with her progress."
"Nechama required this operation because she has been suffering from pulmonary fibrosis for several years. The transplant took place after a long period of waiting."
Arab volunteer first responders on Wednesday participated in an emergency drilled in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Zur Bahr.
Israel’s electronic medical records account for 98 percent of the population, going back two decades. The Israeli government recently launched a national project that will invest $272 million in digital health initiatives over the next five years.
"Our take-home message to all the parents out there is that vaccines work. . . We saw community-acquired bacteremia, pneumonia, and focal infections all decrease."
Police came to the Ultra-Orthodox man's house on Shabbat to inform him that a life-saving Kidney had become available...
The problems this yeshiva has had with vaccinating its students go back to 1981, when its principal was fined by New York City's Health Department for failing to insure that his students were properly immunized.
The research found that 15 out of every 1,000 babies born in non-hospital settings are at risk of death, compared to five out of every 1,000 babies born in hospitals.
"MDA previously announced that on March 1, it would shut its regional station serving residents south of Beit She’an all the way to the Dead Sea."
Next Sunday, March 1, MDA will shut down its station which would mean no emergency medical response to future accidents on Route 90, Israel's most dangerous highway.
Most of the affected neighborhoods in New York City have been those with large Orthodox Jewish populations, particularly the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Borough Park and Williamsburg.
Spain and Italy both share eating habits that are similar to those of Israelis.
The chairman of the Executive Committee of MDA, whose influence on the direction of the organization is enormous, is Avraham Mordechai Manela, a key figure in the Gur Chasidic sect.
The approach calls for filming live cancer cells with microscopic cameras and using artificial intelligence to analyze the video sequence.
After a several-year delay, Teva received U.S. approval for its EpiPen in August 2018, but Schultz said more “validations” were mandated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, which it has completed.
The Czech Republic is seeking Israel's help in medical cannabis treatment, "which is very important. . . because you are also a leader in this field."
“During pregnancy, the [placenta] membrane prevents the fetus from being rejected from the womb and vice versa, and allows them to coexist."
Minister Bennett noted that "there is a serious shortage of doctors in Israel, and there is a need to establish a school, and there is a university that is suitable for this."
New York may soon follow California and Vermont with legislation that makes vaccinations mandatory.
"The university cartel does not stop kicking. Unbelievable."
Unlike the LAFD, Hatzolah members are trained in emergency medicine-related Jewish law, and with an understanding of the unique needs of their community.