Madagascar, Philippines, Williamsburg, See Measles Resurgence

New York may soon follow California and Vermont with legislation that makes vaccinations mandatory.

Los Angeles Hatzolah Fighting City, Fire Dept. Hostility

Unlike the LAFD, Hatzolah members are trained in emergency medicine-related Jewish law, and with an understanding of the unique needs of their community.

Israeli Research Links Adult Fibromyalgia to PTSD, Childhood Sexual Abuse

Researchers at Tel Aviv University say hyperbaric oxygen therapy is an effective treatment.

Israeli Researchers Say Teens with Celiac Disease at Higher Risk of Eating Disorders

Celiac disease (CD) is a chronic condition characterized by inflammation and atrophy of the small intestine. It affects roughly 1 in 100 people.

IDF Soldiers Save Life of Palestinian Authority Woman

The soldiers noticed the woman struggling with severe breathing difficulties.

Israeli Research Finds Cannabis Can Ease Symptoms of Autism

Cannabis administered as a treatment for autism spectrum disorders appears to be well-tolerated, and can serve as a safe and effective option to relieve symptoms including seizures, tics, depression, restlessness and rage attacks for patients under the age of 18.

Watch: Israeli Delegation at Work in Brazil’s Dam Collapse Disaster

To date, 190 people have been rescued. The official death toll at the dam, which collapsed on Friday, stands at 58, with more than 300 still missing.

Israeli Government Approves Export of Medical Cannabis

“This is a dramatic move that was approved only after it passed all the meticulous procedures by professionals in Israel."

Report: Dysentery Outbreak in Northern Negev City of Arad

“The mayor’s office says the vendor’s contract has been terminated . . . but at the end of the day, the parents don't trust the food at this point."

Report: 200 Measles Cases, Mostly in NY Orthodox Clusters

It is speculated that the measles were brought back to New York State by travelers returning from Israel.

Bar Ilan Study: Parental PTSD Affects Health Choices, Aging, of Holocaust survivors’ Children

The current findings suggest that unhealthy behaviors should be assessed among offspring of Holocaust survivors, especially among those whose parents suffer from PTSD.

Israeli Research: White Blood Cells Related to Allergies, Asthma, May Also Destroy Cancer Cells

Tel Aviv University researchers say eosinophil immune cells are capable of killing colon cancer cells.

Israel Adds CAR-T Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment to Healthcare Basket

Young patients in particular have had great success in recovery with this form of treatment.

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."

Senior Doctor in Hospital Near PM’s Residence: If Netanyahu Is Taken Here, I Won’t...

Dr. River, presumably, has taken the Hippocratic Oath, with the crucial line: "Into whatsoever houses I enter, I will enter to help the sick."

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.

Iranian Official: Nasrallah Did Not Suffer Heart Attack’

“Iran has sent three doctors to Beirut, one of whom resides in Europe, to follow up on his health condition.”

First Child Dies of Influenza in New Jersey

During the 2018 flu season, 80,000 people died in the United States.

Researchers Discover New Mechanism to Activate Immune System Against Cancer

The discovery shows promise for lung cancer and skin cancer (melanoma).

Bar-Ilan, Harvard Researchers Show New Mechanism to Activate Immune System Against Cancer

The current generation of drugs helps only a small number of patients, while most of the drugs fail to cause the immune system to attack the tumor.

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.

Measles Virus Prevents Wedding in Brooklyn

The groom was found to be ill with the measles virus upon his arrival in the United States.

Israeli Neuroscientists Discover Potential Lifesaving Drug for Glioblastoma (Brain Tumor) Patients

Neuroscientists at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer discovered a drug that has the potential to cure terminally ill patients suffering from Glioblastoma (GBM).

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