Muslim Employees Sue Mount Sinai for Tampering with their Beards while Leaving Orthodox Jews...

The suit alleges religious discrimination in violation of State and City Human Rights Law, and cites Cohen's “failure to engage in a cooperative dialogue.”

Tel Aviv Municipality Will Test Dogs’ DNA and Slap Fines on Owners Who Failed...

And millions of cats continue to wonder, why can't they just go in their litter boxes?

TAU Technology Restores Sense of Touch in Damaged Nerves After Amputation

This unique development is body friendly and does not require electricity, wires, or batteries.

EMT Shopkeeper Saves Stabbed Man in Jerusalem

“I’m not sure if he came to me knowing that I am an EMT, or just because my store was open late."

Israel and South Korea Sign COVID-19 Vaccine Exchange Agreement

The problem of Israel's soon-to-be-expired Coronavirus vaccines may have found a resolution.

United Hatzalah Therapy Dog Lucy Brings Out the Best in People at Collapsed Florida...

"Here was a building that until just a few days ago was teeming with life, and now it is simply dead."

Russian Actor Compares Vaccine Policy to the Holocaust

“I woke up in a world where [the vaccine has] become an identification mark,” Beroyev said, brandishing the yellow star on his breast pocket.

TAU Study of 10,000 Israeli Men: If They Believe They’re in a Bad Marriage...

According to the findings, the risk is higher among relatively young men, aged 50 and under.

United Hatzalah Muslim EMT Saves his Neighbor’s Life before Friday’s Prayers

“After the third shock was administered, the man began to resist compressions, a sign that he was coming back to life.”

TAU Scientists Discover Process to Get Good Viruses to Destroy Bad Bacteria

The original phage research was interrupted by the onset of World War I, as well as a shortage of funding and the discoveries of antibiotics.

Tel Aviv U Researchers: Sick Bats Also Employ ‘Social Distancing’ to Prevent Outbreak of...

New study from Tel Aviv University reveals that bats also resort to isolation which can assist in preventing mass contagion.

EMT Arrives in 35 Seconds to Save a Neighbor’s Choking Baby

On Sunday early afternoon, United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Ron Cohen was at home in northern Tel Aviv when his communications device began to ring,...

Boy Reminds Hatzalah Volunteers that Miracles Happen

United Hatzalah EMTS visit a boy, 15, they treated 10 days before when his life had been saved miraculously.

Hebrew U, Penn State Researchers Unveil Clues on Origins of Parkinson’s Disease

“We believe that we’ve identified stable forms of alpha-synuclein that allow it to form complexes with itself and other biomolecules.”

First-Hand Account of EMT Who Treated Cardiac Arrest Patient under Rocket Attack

Asher Tzvi made sure his wife and kids were safe and raced out to his ambucycle, wearing protective headgear and a bulletproof vest.

German Anti-Semitism Czar Wants Ban on Yellow Stars of David in Corona Vaccine Protests

The city of Munich, which had banned wearing a yellow star as a condition in dispensing rally permits.

2,208 Israelis Donated Blood Friday Following Meron Calamity

Each unit of blood can help save the lives of three sick or injured people who need blood.

Guide for Families and Children Coping With the Meron Tragedy

Encourage your children to share what they have heard, and how they have reacted.

Deputy Health Minister Sees Last Corona Restrictions Lifted in Late May

“There are fateful decisions that are about to be made, such as the issue of vaccinating children."

Hebrew U Professor in Large-Scale Study Showing Corona’s Link to Strokes in Younger Patients

The researchers found a definite increase in stroke incidence among younger patients as compared to a similar age group before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

First Responders Give Elderly Man New Lease on Life in Traumatic Respiratory Distress Call

After multiple rounds of chest compressions, the paramedic asked Yosef to call for backup.

Hatzalah EMT Saves Toddler Who Choked on a Candy

After a quick check that the child’s condition was fine, and that no pieces of candy were left behind inside the child's throat, Shalom handed him to his frantic mother.

United Hatzalah Volunteers Provide Medical Aid at Major Sporting Events

In Jerusalem, the project, which began two seasons ago, grew in scale during the Coronavirus pandemic, when fans were not permitted to attend the games.

With COVID Morbidity Radically Down Israel’s Education System Returns to Full Operation

First through twelfth-grade students return to full classes, no restrictions, on all weekdays.

EMTs Save Life of Arab Infant Suffering from Chronic Heart Condition

Mustafa, who only a few days ago responded to a shooting incident and was only able to save one of the people involved, said that this was some compensation to him for that tragedy.

TAU Breakthrough: Activating Brain’s Immune System Against Deadly Cancer Glioblastoma Prevents Spreading

"Glioblastoma is the deadliest type of cancer in the central nervous system, accounting for most malignant brain tumors."

Israeli Researchers Develop Radioactive Marker to Detect Aggressive Cancerous Tumors

The marker will determine type of tumor in a single image, eliminating the need for a biopsy.


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