Itamar settlement
Israeli donkeys found to have two parasites that can infect humans

One finding was that exposure to both parasites may have been the result of poor sanitation

The Gulf-Israel Women's Forum brings children draped in the flags of Bahrain, Israel and the UAE to
Kamir Strategy, Cosmopole, launch a month of Israel-UAE Biomed events

Among the companies taking part in the webinars are Galmed, MediWound, and Ayana Pharma

Turmeric and moringa, and the Israeli who’s growing them

If all goes according to plan, the turmeric and moringa plants will be profitable.

Bar-Ilan studies how breast cancer patients gain weight during treatment

"We hope that in the future we will be able to identify those women who are at risk for weight gain through a simple examination – and perhaps even suggest ways to prevent this phenomenon."

Sick with COVID-19, Saeb Erekat’s organs start to deteriorate

Erekat was admitted to the hospital earlier this week after suffering from coronavirus for the past month.

Israel's Independence Day flyover passes above the Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Ramat Gan
Hospital flyover to salute COVID-19 frontline workers around Israel

Lt. Col. (Res.) Dan Sion, the lead pilot for the flyover, thanked MDA for their "endless giving in difficult conditions."

A woman gets an influenza vaccine at a hospital in Seoul, South Korea, October 21, 2020.
No link between flu shot, boy's death after 25 recipients die - S. Korea

Health authorities have refused to suspend the preventative campaign on Thursday, citing a lack of evidence to suggest direct links between the deaths and the vaccines.

Treatments for COVID-risk patients at center of health basket discussions

Both heart and lung treatments are facing considerations for entry into the 2021 health basket, with patients considered at risk for the coronavirus.

Bar Ilan University, engineering department
Bar-Ilan part of int'l team to receive grant for work in nuclear dynamics

The researchers believe that these subsets have special properties, and high levels of gene expression which could be used to treat disease, pro-long life and health.

One sector of society does not care about others: The haredim

The approach of negating the other person is not new in the relationship between haredim (ultra-Orthodox) and other sectors in Israeli society.

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