Kfar Saba Woman Suffers Cardiac Arrest, Saved by United Hatzalah Volunteer EMT
“The professionalism and cooperation of all of the first responders at the scene were impressive.”
Four Arab Towns in Israel’s North Under Lockdown After Spike in Corona Infections
The Israeli Health Ministry reports 23 confirmed cases and “hundreds of potential infections” in Deir al-Assad amid a worrying rise in infections throughout Israel’s Arab sector.
Former President Shimon Peres Fights For Life After Massive Stroke
Former President Shimon Peres, 93, suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. He is now in an induced medical coma and breathing with a respirator in the ICU.
Israeli Scientists Find Medical Cannabis Significantly Safer for Elderly With Chronic Pain Than Opioids
More than 60 percent were prescribed medical cannabis due to the pain, particularly pain associated with cancer.
Five Dead, 38 Wounded in Northern Israel Bus Crash
MDA reported its Blood Services provided 188 units of blood and blood products to northern Israeli hospitals for the victims of the accident.
More Than 16K New COVID-19 Cases Identified for Third Record-Breaking Day
Sadly, two six-year-old children died this week from the virus at Be’er Sheva’s Soroka Medical Center.
In First of its Kind Operation, Israeli Doctors Use Micro-Knife Instead of Open-Heart Surgery
Annette Caron, 96, underwent the first surgery of its kind in the world. She says she now feels wonderful.
Bar-Ilan U Survey: Only 57% of Israeli Parents Would Vaccinate their Children Ages 5-11
894 mothers and fathers above the age of 18 participated.
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."
New Israeli Research May Lead to Life-Saving Therapies for Metabolic Disorders
"If you can successfully connect the pieces of the puzzle, then you can understand the biology behind a disease."
Initial Hebrew U Clinical Data Support Fenofibrate’s Effectiveness in Preventing Lung Damage in Corona...
Patients who were taking the drugs to speed up the breakdown of fats were recovering from the Corona-caused lung infections in a matter of days.
Netanyahu Recommends Fewer Steps in Coronavirus Exit Plan
“We are currently seeing increased pressure to lift restrictions, in a manner similar to . . . the first lockdown.”
Israeli Doctors Remove Tooth from Patient’s Lungs
“When I pulled it out, it became clear that it was a tooth that the patient apparently inhaled with the root, into his lung."
Migdal Ha’Emek Disabled Residents’ Center Sends Purim Packages to City’s Children
Residents at the center worked together with volunteers for two days to prepare the mishloach manot gift baskets, thanks to a budget secured by the mayor.
Rivlin Tells Ukraine Parliament ‘My Thoughts Are With My Friend, Shimon Peres’
Israeli President Rivlin told Ukraine's lawmakers in a special session that his thoughts are "with my friend, Shimon Peres."
Health Ministry Reverses Course on Fourth COVID-19 Booster & Opposition Rising on Zoom Classes...
A new directive that would have sent some middle school and high school students back to remote learning via Zoom may also be headed for the dustbin.
Israeli Study Warns COVID-19 Can Result in Stillbirth
The researchers found the virus caused extensive damage to the placental tissue.
Trump Returns to the White House: ‘Don’t Be Afraid of Covid’
Well after midnight, the president tweeted: "Will be back on the Campaign Trail soon!!! The Fake News only shows the Fake Polls."
Sheba: A Template for Peace & International Cooperation
Israel enjoys close relations with a number of countries that cover the gamut of growing cooperation - military, economic, natural resources and humanitarian.
Hamas Demands Respirators from Israel as Gaza Sees Sharp Increase in COVID-19 Cases
Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip threatened during the first wave that if the residents of the Gaza Strip could not breathe, then six million Israelis would not breathe either.
New Tourism Rules, Timelines for Entering Israel
In the beginning, only vaccinated tourists from a list of 40 countries in the European Union and elsewhere will be permitted entry to Israel as of November 1.
Watch: Israel’s Electric Company Salutes Magen David Adom
The Reading Power Station in Tel Aviv burst with a light show Thursday night in celebration of Magen David Adom.
I Took a First Aid Course and Saved my Sister’s Life
They said that if I hadn’t been home or hadn’t known what to do in this life-threatening situation, Miriam wouldn’t be with us anymore.
For First in Months, COVID-19 Transmission Rate Slows in Israel
The drop in the R coefficient is the result of the administering of the third COVID-19 booster shot in recent weeks.
2 Sufganiyah-Related Choking Incidents on First Day of Hanukkah
A short while after the senior citizen choked on a sufganiyah in Netanya, another man choked on one in Ofakim.
First Time Ever, World Zionist Congress to Convene Online
Delegates and observers will be able to communicate directly between each other using a special digital platform.
PA Leader Abbas Returns Home A Few Hours After Cardiac Catheterization
PA leader Mahmoud Abbas returns home a few hours after cardiac catheterization.
65 Chabadniks Came Home from 770 with Coronavirus
The health ministry continues to discuss tightening movement restrictions on the Israeli public, and one of the options being considered is to instruct all adults over 60 not to leave their homes at all.
Israel Emerges from the Lockdown Despite Continued High Rate of Corona Infections
As of Sunday morning there are 1,110 serious patients in Israel, when the models presented before the start of the lockdown predicted that by now there will be only 100 Corona patients in serious condition.
Netanyahu Orders Israeli Scientists to Produce Coronavirus Vaccine
"I have instructed the Biological Institute and the Health Ministry to work on producing a vaccine for the virus and to set up a vaccination network," Netanyahu announced.