09.28.2016 | 25 Elul, 5776
Abbas lauds Peres's peace efforts in condolence letter to family
Palestinians left wondering as Saudi paper takes Netanyahu’s side
General Zachai in Hebron shooter trial: Azaria’s cool-headedness proves no murderous intent
'Netanyahu’s government will fall if settler homes are destroyed'
From Tel Aviv to Hollywood, celebrities mourn the loss of Shimon Peres
Gate shrine from First Temple period unearthed at Tel Lachish National Park
Shimon Peres: The architect of Israel's nuclear program
World-renowned David Bowie tribute show coming to Tel Aviv
Shimon Peres: A life in pictures
Son of Shimon Peres mourns his legendary father's passing
Editor's Notes: Peres pushed the nation forward
Netanyahu mourns loss of Peres as Israel bids farewell to a founding father
Footprints in the sand
The Aprons get out of the kitchen
Big league hopes for NY sports kosher caterer
Jerusalem, Mac TA to liven up Cup quarters
Bleeding blue-and-white, baseball style
Israel defeats Great Britain, advances to World Baseball Classic
Agritech investor: Opportunities abound with Israeli entrepreneurs
Hospital officials: More funds needed for healthier food
Asian companies ‘accelerate’ to Israel at annual innovation fest
Tech Talk: Intel gets smart with ‘learning building’
'Israeli hospitals need increased funding to provide healthful meals'
Israeli researchers uncover unique evolutionary signature in autism genes
Move to end inequality in hospital employment
Global agtech investors find 'rich pipeline of opportunities' in Israel
Israel to supply gas to Jordan in $10 billion deal
Israeli pathfinder in plant-based biopesticide industry earns posthumous award
Israeli solar tech could make clean water a global reality
My Friend, President Shimon Peres
Covering up Jewishness with duct tape
Dennis Ross reflects on Peres, the strategic thinker
JPost Editorial: The Israeli Diaspora
Iran atomic chief: Trump presidency wouldn't endanger nuclear deal
Iran has missiles that can hit Israel, Revolutionary Guards official says
Support for writer’s assassin triggers alarm in Jordan
Majority of Palestinians oppose suspension of elections
Rouhani: Zionists pressuring US to violate Iran nuclear deal
Obama threatens to veto two Iran-related bills
Did ISIS use chemical weapons in rocket strike near US troops in Iraq?
Report: ISIS shoots down Syrian warplane allegedly killing pilot
France's 'first all-female ISIS cell' allegedly sought to strike Eiffel Tower
ISIS ploting to massacre Christians in Belgian shopping mall
US Jewish groups mourn Shimon Peres, laud his contribution to Israel
Marking 75 years since the infamous Babi Yar massacre
UK's Liberal Democrats suspend former MP for alleged antisemitic tweets
Jewish officials briefed on terror threats ahead of High Holy Days
New Israeli tech sees machines leading the blind
A first: Cukierman takes GoforIsrael investment conference to China
Who won the first Trump-Clinton presidential debate?
Comment: For Israel at Hofstra it was Passover
Good times come as Israel omitted from the US debate
Ignoring Israel: Why Clinton and Trump sparred on foreign policy, but didn’t mention Mideast ally
London's Muslim mayor backs Clinton for US president
When politicians get sick: Is Hillary Clinton's health like Ariel Sharon's?
Debilitating image of Clinton jolts US presidential race
Livni: Clinton health hysteria would not be the same if she were a man
Palestinians: Donald Trump shows 'disregard for international law'
Trump campaign: Clinton should be disqualified for event hosting Palestinian teacher
Pride and affirmative prejudice: Donald Trump and the Jews
Trump proposes disarming Clinton bodyguards: 'Let's see what happens to her'
Kim Kardashian calls for help for Jewish cancer patient from Israel
Sailing adventures along the Baltic Sea
Swiss judge: Muslim students must shake female teachers' hands or face fine
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of Sptember 23, 2016
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
Who said it? Yair Lapid or the Ikea catalog?
Take our Quiz: What should Netanyahu's UN gimmick be this year?
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
Coupling Trump and Netanyahu
Money to spend
Back out of the bottle
A never-ending struggle
From Tex-Mex to Rugelach: Four great new cookbooks
Book Review: The Iran Wars
Hot off the Arab press
Quiche, the ultimate comfort food
Corridors of Power in Jerusalem: Separate and not equal
This week in Jerusalem
A tribute to Barry Chamish
All Jerusalem’s a stage
A love letter to Italy
Hate into hope, ugliness into color
Jazz: The big picture
Getting to know Ian Lawrence
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The Church has contributed to antisemitism, Archbishop of Canterbury says
The Pope receives Jewish world leaders ahead of Rosh Hashana
After WWI, Christian Zionists sought a political expression in the world
A Lake in the Middle of the Desert at Dimona's Ben Gurion Park
International Cleanup Day in Israel 2016 Launched in Afula
From Copenhagen to the Casuarina Circle at Ilanot
A Global Perspective on Dry Land Forestry and Restoration
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
Past boycott attempts have been unsuccessful, because Israeli products are popular in the Palestinian market since they are thought to be of higher quality.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Food service heads say state subsidies cover wrong products, ignore special items such as gluten-free baked goods.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
State subsidizes wrong products and doesn’t cover costs of nutritious foods, they say.
“Tipat halav clinics are a universal and vital service and an example of preventive medicine that we can’t manage without."
Early action can prevent it, early diagnosis and treatment can cure it.
The important role of light in adjusting the circadian rhythm to the local environment has long been emphasized in studies on individually-isolated animals in laboratories.
Metabolic disorders, such as abdominal obesity and diabetes, have become a global epidemic.
BGU study: It’s less about weight and more about healthful eating.
One out of every three Israelis aged five to 21 suffers from obesity.
Although intuitively we assume that these two phenomena overlap, the link has never been proven scientifically.
Maccabi: Gov’t cuts budget more severely every year.
The Ezer Mizion bone marrow registry has been instrumental in saving 2,200 lives, of which 1,100 were saved through IDF donations.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Finding compatible bone marrow could save the lives of a toddler and a 31-year-old father, both named Adam.
They based their findings on the 2014 Israel National Health Interview Survey population data from the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics.
Public health authorities are urging the public - from infants aged six months and up through the elderly - to get their annual influenza shots.
Pain experts also suggest that the electrical stimulation of the nerves can help the body produce natural painkillers called endorphins by blocking the perception of pain.
A veteran Tel Aviv clinical psychologist and author tells parents that child rearing will never be the same, but omits major differences in traditional Israeli sectors.
Researchers found a surprising result of having a parent who experienced the holocaust in the womb.
ImmunoXpert is based on the fact that viruses and bacteria stimulate different protein pathways when they infect the body.
“In a few weeks, a month, it will be clear if he has left the immediate dangerous situation and can be rehabilitated," say senior neurologist.
Laws were passed but never enforced by responsible agencies.
Shufersal, Israel’s largest retail chain, to distribute Perrigo’s
Kosher formula across country.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
In the US the number of deaths from sepsis rose from 154,000 in 2000 to 207,000 in 2007, and the number of sepsis hospitalizations overtook those for heart attacks.
Although more than 90 percent of women say after giving birth that they want to breastfeed, only about 58 percent do so because of various factors, including pressure from formula companies.
A Hebrew translation of a book by an insightful US food psychologist and behavioral economist can make Israelis – at home, at work and at school.
Some 2,000 national service and youth movement members will become gatekeepers to detect and help those at risk for committing suicide.
The researchers produced key insights into how cells and embryos develop, which led to the formation of the field of biology called epigenetics.
Finance Ministry tender aims to replace Netanya-based Sarel company.
Move comes after the US Food and Drug Administration bans triclosan and other anti-bacterial agents found in soap and hand sanitizers.
Most pregnant women are warned about artificially induced deliveries and told that induction may cause a low fetal heart rate
“Coulrophobia is exaggerated and unusual and even uncontrollable. Even a photo or picture of a clown can set off symptoms."
Which was responsible for the 12 Steps for combating addictions and compulsions – Christianity or Judaism? A new book by an esteemed octogenarian psychiatrist and rabbi reaches its own conclusions.
While the artificial limb was printed in San Francisco, Autodesk’s Israel R&D center played a major role in its creation.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Shaare Zedek to supervise following hepatitis C infection incidentץ
Burnout is a big issue among oncologists, and many studies have documented its prevalence, but few have tried to find out what is associated with the high burnout rate.
The project will receive special funds and receive guidance from nutritionists and physical education counselors.
By JUDY SIEGEL
A chronic runny nose due to allergy is connected to a variety of complications besides allergic asthma, including disturbed sleep, lack of concentration and reduced functioning.
“The surface of a water drop is constantly moving, due to what is called Brownian motion, or thermal motion,” said Carmon.
Jerusalem’s 10th Israel Medical Conference innovated by giving much time to health promotion and disease prevention.
Researcher have mapped out the process in which cancer cells inflict themselves on the dermis, which can help scientists in developing new drugs to stop the problem.
The youngsters are thus able to maintain as much of their daily and educational routine as possible while absent from school.
NGO: Caregivers often ignorant in preventing tragedies.
Without the drug, it is difficult to prevent re-infestation, but good hygiene helps.
By RX FOR READERS/JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Due to the lack of enough doctors on the job, Dr. Leonid Eidelman said the burden of long hours is worse than ever, especially on young residents learning a specialty.
Common feeling among Israelis is that they do not receive effective care in the public healthcare system.
Ministry considering legal action against Unilever.
It works on batteries in the event of a power failure and is water resistant.
Certain HDL particles seem to protect better against atherosclerosis.
The woman, the oldest ever to give birth at Kaplan Medical Center, suffered from a serious case of preeclampsia that put the baby girl and even the mother at risk.
Worries remain about Treasury opposition and expected delays.
Being confined inside the nanoflasks greatly increased the concentration of the molecules and organized them in a way that caused them to react more readily.
The failed privatization of pupils’ health care was carried out by the Treasury with Health Ministry acquiescence. Now the Treasury wants the same at well-baby centers.
Tel Aviv University research opens the "black box" of malignant melanoma.
The past two months have seen five children die after being forgotten in the car in the intense summer heat.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
The child arrived with a high fever and other symptoms that raised the doctors’ suspicions of a virulent Streptococcus bacterial infection that causes the victim to decline rapidly.
Move comes in reaction to state’s failure to reverse privatization initiated by Treasury.
The basket of health services has been expanded by only NIS 300 million annually, causing a severe erosion of the new medical technologies added for the public benefit.
While that’s usually good news, it can prevent the body from healing bleeding in the brain.
By NIV ELIS
L’hôpital Kaplan de Rehovot a permis à une sexagénaire
de mettre son premier enfant au monde. Rencontre avec le médecin à l’origine de cette prouesse
By MIRIAM KRESH
Chef Raw Raw, a.k.a. Chanah Auerbach, brings her living food philosophy to Natural Choice Cafe.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
Shai Brenner is a Tel Aviv jazz saxophonist who devotes several hours a week to lightening the emotional load of sufferers from serious ailments of various ages.
By BARRY DAVIS
Beit Shemesh resident Eric Polly, a computer expert, shares the history and consequences of his noise-induced hearing loss.
By YAKIR FELDMAN
An interview with Dr. Ronen Perez, director of Shaare Zedek Medical Center’s otology unit, who specializes in ear disease and surgery.
If hosts were aware that they were causing irreversible damage to the hearing of their friends and family, they might be more adamant about turning down the volume.
Obama calls on Congress to approve more funding to prevent spread of Zika in the US.
According to sources close to Peres in the hospital, the 93-year-old was suffering irreversible brain damage.
Sources close to the former president say he is able to respond to simple instructions from doctors.
By ORIT BROWN AGAMI/MAARIV,JPOST.COM STAFF
Condition of former president remains serious but stable.
By GIL HOFFMAN,JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
According to the OECD, Israel has the second lowest suicide rate, and is trying to lower that rate even further.
Netanyahu's office urges permitting three projects.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Health minister says government must approve public nursing insurance.
Israel is approaching the fight against skin cancer head on and succeeding with lowered mortality levels in the last five years.
By KATIE BEITER / THE MEDIA LINE
Narcotic addiction in Israel transformed from a “marginal concern” in the 1980s to ensnaring some 25,000 full-blown addicts.
Measure without pricking
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
For 20 years, Save a Child’s Heart has been treating kids from third-world countries – many of which don’t have ties with Israel.
By PAUL ALSTER
When people are dancing together, the simha is a powerful distraction and remedy for the worries that participants may feel.
By MIKE GROPPER
Readers get answers to their health questions.
Readers gets their health questions answered.
The organization Refanah Healing Holidays recruits small hotel owners to host cancer patients and their families.
By BEN FISHER
In a little corner of downtown Tel Aviv, two women are trying to make that happen.
By STEPHANIE GRANOT
Technology is interfering with this, rather than helping.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
Doctors answer medical questions for worried parents.
Dalai Lama-endorsed Google-created leadership seminar sprouts in Tel Aviv.
By MARION FISCHEL
The ‘Jewish skinhead’ gives back and fights on.
By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
One day, miracle happened: The boy’s mother decided it was time for her to take care of herself.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY
United Hatzalah president and founder Eli Beer's aim is to double the number of volunteers and ambucycles.
By PAMELA PELED
As the raw food trend gains momentum, Metro explores its potentially paradigm-changing rationale, as well as possible benefits and pitfalls.
By LOREN MINSKY
Adam Krief, a father of three from Israel, was diagnosed recently with primary myelofibrosis, a rare form of blood cancer that is likely fatal if he does not find a blood transplant match.
News briefs from around the country.
By MARTINA BIALEK
For most illnesses, staying about a meter away from someone sick will keep you in the safe zone.
By ELIANA MARCUS AARON
If I embrace the possibility that I might only have 19 years left, I am forced to ask myself how I will make that time meaningful.
By BRIAN BLUM
As one approaches adolescence, the brain undergoes major structural and hormonal changes; Recent studies explain the biology of adolescents in ways that were previously confined to psychology.
By ILAN SAMISH
Human lives are at stake because of irresponsibility. Because suicide is a disease. And it’s contagious.
By ELI VERSCHLEISER
The state will do all it can to avoid the necessity of giving financial assistance irrespective of a lifetime of contribution to the National Insurance Institute.
By BRENDA KATTEN
Republican nominee was diagnosed on Friday but her condition only came to light several hours after she fell ill at a September 11 ceremony.