PM Netanyahu Recovering from Removal of Polyps

The prime minister is in "excellent health," according to a statement by Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Former President Peres ‘Moving Both Hands,’ Slow Improvement Continues

Former President Shimon Peres continues to slowly improve as doctors reduce his sedation; he is now able to move his hands.

Israeli Scientists Identify Possible Cause of Heart Failure in Pregnancy

Peripartum cardiomyopathy (PPCM) is a rare form of heart failure that affects women in their last month of pregnancy and up to five months after giving birth.

American Airlines Flight to Tel Aviv Declares Emergency

An emergency was declared aboard an American Airlines flight from Philadelphia to Tel Aviv on Tuesday.

Shabbat Shalom…a Kidney is Waiting for You in the Hospital

Police came to the Ultra-Orthodox man's house on Shabbat to inform him that a life-saving Kidney had become available...

Jordan River May Become Model for Regional Teamwork

"The regional cooperation key to restoration of the Jordan River could be emulated around the world."

Netanyahu to Undergo Digestive Tract Exam

Minister Zeev Elkin will serve as Acting Prime Minister for the duration of the procedure.

Israeli Scientists Invent Fast, Accurate Test to Diagnose Malaria in Less than 4 Minutes

Parasight diagnostic platform can detect malaria and ID the species in less than 4 minutes, using machine learning and computer vision.

Israeli Aid Workers on Standby for Devastation in Colombia

The mud from the rivers had simply flowed along with the water and essentially buried the city while its residents slept.

Knesset to Vote on Paternity Leave

"This is the beginning of a significant revolution. I stayed at home for three months with each of my children after they were born, and I enjoyed it very much."

Israeli Tech To ‘Transform’ British Healthcare System

“This will deliver Israeli innovation and technology for the good of the British people,” UK Ambassador David Quarrey said.

TEVA Wins FDA Application Acceptance for Fremanezumab

The newly-developed migraine medication is intended to prevent the horrific attacks that can sideline sufferers from several hours to several days at a time.

PyroTerrorism Not New, ‘Inspired’ in Past by Al Qaeda

The idea of using fire to attack a targeted population did not originate with Arab terrorists from the Palestinian Authority.

Israeli Paramedic Reflects on Treating Wounded Syrians

IDF St. Sgt. "N" explained "all pain is universal" when asked how she communicated with Syrian patients.

Wife Murderer Suing Prison over Substandard Kosher Food

Perry Avram March, the son of a Romanian Jewish immigrant who, back in 2006, was convicted of murdering his wife, Janet Levine March, has...

Israeli Hospital Transplants 3-D Printed Jaw and Teeth in 80-Year-Old Cancer Patient

The patient, Gad Pireni, 80, from Kibbutz Nir David, has suffered for years from ulcers and sores in his jaw.

Palestinian Authority Releases Permits for Gaza Patients in Israel

The permits are more needed than ever, with PA budget cuts impacting medical care in Gaza.

‘Driving’ Cancer Away with a Smile and a Cup of Joe

It’s an emotionally grinding drill that was all too familiar to Arele and David Weingarten, when their mother, Miriam succumbed to the disease after prolonged cancer treatment.

Sheba Doctors to Knesset: Severe ICU Bed Shortage

The overall Health Ministry's budget for 2016 is around $7.55 billion, up 23% from 2015.

Report: Israel Supports Syrian Civilians to the Tune of $32 Million Annually

The Syrians are instructed to collect every last stitch of equipment waiting on the Israeli border, to prevent terrorists from taking advantage of this good will to place explosive charges inside remnant objects on the ground.

Report: 55 Complaints Against Ritual Circumcisers in 2017, Out of 75,000 Circumcisions

Attorney Ella Skat of the ITIM Institute asked, “Why not compel mohalim to carry malpractice insurance?”

Woman, 25, Undergoes Tongue Reconstruction at Tiberias Hospital

"We discovered a 4-cm-wide ulcer on the right side of the tongue, which raised an immediate suspicion that it was a cancerous tumor," Explained Dr. Abu al-Na'aj.

In Israel, More Hospital Visits Due to Pneumonia, Not Flu

In Israel, 1.6 million people were immunized against seasonal influenza by January 1, 2019: some 18 percent of the total population.

Tiberias Medical First Response Team Now Trained in Firefighting Too

The special crew will enhance the hospital's ability to offer first response at a fire event and be able to effect an organized handing over control of the scene once the firefighters arrive on the scene.

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