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.”

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."

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.

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.

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.

TAU Study Introduces Effective Oxygen Treatment for Millions of Long-Covid Sufferers

The treatments involve MRI imaging of patients' brains, identifying COVID-19 damage, and correlating the images with clinical findings.

Health Ministry’s Quality Report: Shaare Zedek, Mayanei HaYeshua at Bottom of List

Among the large hospitals, Sheba Tel Hashomer and Beilinson received the highest scores.

Report from Cairo: Egyptian Doctors Warn Against ‘Hitler Shot’

“The Hitler shot has been around for a while and we in the medical community have been aware of it for some time."

Hebrew U Startup’s Viroblock Effective Against Covid Variants, Influenza, Zika, West Nile, Hepatitis

ViroBlock’s new technology platform demonstrated the potential to rapidly provide solutions for treating current and emerging viral threats.

Bar Ilan U. Researchers Link Elderly Who Give Away Money to Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Study participants who gave away more money scored significantly lower on Alzheimer’s cognitive tests than those who gave less.

President Herzog Awards Genesis Prize to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla

"He believed in the vaccine and invested every ounce of himself in realizing what seemed at the time a far-fetched fantasy."

TAU Study Discovers Where COVID-19 Variants Come From

Immunocompromised patients tend to develop chronic coronavirus infections, leading to highly mutated variants that bear multiple antibody-resistant mutations.

Givat Shmuel Gym Members Save Man Who Suffered Cardiac Arrest Mid-Workout

“Had the trainer not begun CPR when he did and had the first responders not all worked in unison, we may not have been successful."

Two Severe Anaphylactic Shock Victims Saved by EpiPens

“There's a massive shortage of these autoinjection devices around the globe and here in Israel as well."

TAU Researchers Offer Future 1-Shot AIDS Treatment

The scientists, for the first time ever, engineered type B white blood cells in the patient's body to secrete HIV antibodies.

Hatzalah Offers Psychotrauma Support in Wake of Volunteer Policeman’s Murder

“We arrive in the first few moments when everyone's emotions are at an all-time high."

TAU Researchers Find Common Gene Mutation Mechanism in Autism, Schizophrenia

An experimental drug developed at a TAU lab may be suitable for treating a range of rare syndromes that impair brain functions.

5-Star Hospital in Former East Germany Offers Kosher Food, Synagogue, Shabbat Elevator

The hospital has gone out of its way to attract Orthodox Jewish patients and make them feel comfortable during their stay.

Bus Driver with 50 Passengers Stops to Treat 3-Car Crash Victims near Dead Sea

Passengers agree to wait for an hour-and-a-half while EMT rescues and treats injured passengers trapped in overturned car.

Explosive: Health Ministry to Permit IVF to Agunot

The halachic world, which is still debating the idea of IVF itself, will not take kindly to this decision.

Man Shot in Umm al-Fahm Gas Station Saved by Hatzalah EMTs

"By now this has already become something I am almost used to, sadly."

Hebrew U. Study Improves Our Understanding of Human Infertility

The study of zebrafish ovaries discovers new structure vital for normal egg development.

First Responders Attacked after Fatal Shooting in Galilee Arab Town

“Unfortunately, this is not the first time I have been attacked for just trying to help.”

Bar-Ilan U’s Medical School Turns into Teddy Bear Hospital for a Day

The event provided children with the opportunity to ask questions related to illness, injury, and medical treatment.

Same Hatzalah EMT Who Saved a Man 3 Years Ago Delivers his Baby

"I count myself lucky that I have merited to see both these miracles.”

Pre-Passover Rescue of Three Holocaust Survivors from Ukraine Brings Back Memories of another Escape

“Well, of course, it was terrifying, but I promised myself to get up and to keep living."

Careful Giving Matzah to Children: Passover Health & Safety Tips from United Hatzalah

Those who are sleeping in tents, make sure not to pitch a tent close to any highways or roadways.

Israel to Subsidize Gluten-Free Flour for Celiac Sufferers

As many as 1.5% of Israelis suffer from Celiac disease and require a special gluten-free diet.


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