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Especially for those living in Israel's north, it may be wise to take precautionary measures in case a larger quake hits.
The studies will focus on post-operative pain relief in soft and hard tissue.
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The Mediterranean Sea wasn't born yesterday, but it wasn't born 200 million years ago either.
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Compounds found in green tea and wine may block formation of toxic metabolites, study finds.
Life expectancy at birth is an average 82.1 years – 80.1 years for men and 84.1 years for women, which is the ninth-highest life expectancy of the countries surveyed.
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ALEH Jerusalem opens hydrotherapy pool with first-of-its-kind augmented alternative communication system.
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Amid the glitz and glamour of Sheba Medical Center’s 70th anniversary gala event, donors and doctors gathered to celebrate the hospital’s rich history of healing.
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Through observations of cells in mice, spanning from infants to adults, the researchers found a link between the size of individual pancreatic cells and increased organ growth.
Urban Shaman provides a holistic space to nourish the mind, body and soul.
“Finding a non-surgical medical solution for PAD has proven to be one of the biggest medical challenges in recent years.”
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
“Mental stress is known to have an adverse effect on fertility... This study shows that prolonged stress can have an effect on sperm quality."
The team was dispatched at the bidding of the Prime Minister’s Office after it received a request for help from the president of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales Cabrera.
The Chinese city has 25 million residents.
"The results of the study indicate the need for cooperation between the health and education systems in formulating strategies to prevent the development of myopia in children."
The proposed regulations stipulate that costs will apply only to requests made by the patient or a proxy who is a relative or guardian.
The ministry said that the increase is concentrated mainly in the risk group of men who have sex with men
Salit, the mother of a sick child, testified: “Only after my son received cannabis did his medical condition improve, and now I can sleep at night.”
The major study reverberated around the world earlier this week.
Three-day scientific inaugural conference began on Monday at the Hebrew University.
The number of emergency ambulances will be doubled.
A letter from Health & Science Editor Judy Siegel-Itzkovich to her readers.
By JUDY SIEGEL
The anniversary of the death of Dr. Falk Schlesinger, after whom the world’s leading Jewish medical ethics institute was named, was marked by a Jerusalem conference. Judy Siegel-Itzkovich reports.
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Health professionals answer your questions.
Akunis: A clear message against backers of anti-Israel boycotts
The joint initiative of Rambam and the University of Haifa is regarded as one of the most important projects in Israel in the fields of medicine and life sciences.
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