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By TAMAR BEN-OZER, SARAH LEVI
By TAMAR BEERI
Health Ministry CEO Moshe Bar Siman Tov released a statement Sunday afternoon on the current status of the Leptospirosis ('ahberet') infection.
An Israel-born genetics scholar from Britain published a study claiming circumcision of boys increases the risk of cot death, but a prominent Dutch pediatrician dismissed his findings as “nonsense.”
"...Patients living with severe allergies should have a lower-cost option."
By BRIAN BLUM
Cancer isn’t what it used to be.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Four rivers in the Golan Heights were closed indefinitely on Monday.
Up to now, the Israeli government has rarely intervened in the operations of the biggest extractor: the Dead Sea Works. That is about to change.
By OREN OPPENHEIM
The company ran through a few different prototypes before inventing the successful implant.
By STEVE LINDE
Launch ceremony draws local officials and entrepreneurs poised for another fund in IT, auto industries.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
In a world where coral reefs are shrinking rapidly, the coral reef in Eilat has grown thanks in part to the actions of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
By NAOMI GRANT
Tel Hashomer Infectious Diseases Prevention Unit immunology researcher Aylana Reiss-Mandel said that it is precisely because of vaccines’ success that some people don’t recognize their importance.
By ELIANA SCHREIBER
The New York City hospital will partner with Israel’s Novotalk, an online company providing services for speech therapy.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN/ ISRAEL21C.ORG
Biofeed lures decreased infestation of two strains of flies by up to 95% in recently completed trial in Togo
By KEN STEPHENS
Lifesaving procedure to thwart various cancers has been perfected by the Department of General & Oncological Surgery-C
By OREN OPPENHEIM,ROCKY BAIER
Fabrice Harari, chairman and CEO of Steba Biotech, told The Jerusalem Post by phone that “it feels holy” to use a biblical name.
By ZEEV ROTSTEIN
The hospital addresses Jerusalem city councilwoman Fleur Hassan-Nahoum’s Observations column on its Pediatric Hematology-Oncology unit
Manufactured by German optical company Zeiss, the KINEVO 900 features a visualization system that allows surgeons to view elements such as blood vessels and tumors in high-resolution.
Measles cases still prevelant throughout the country.
By GARY ROBBINS/THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE,SARAH LEVI
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.
The Mediterranean Sea wasn't born yesterday, but it wasn't born 200 million years ago either.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
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.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
ALEH Jerusalem opens hydrotherapy pool with first-of-its-kind augmented alternative communication system.
By NOA AMOUYAL
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.
By WYATT MASSEY
By AMY SPIRO
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By LINDA GRADSTEIN
By SAMUEL THROPE
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