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From chicken soup to fruity gazpacho, incorporating Judaism into animal-free cooking.
"In three years, I’ll have lived longer with it than without it. If they find a cure while I’m still alive, I think I’ll be in for an identity crisis." Today Kanevsky gives lectures to teens.
UNDERGOING IVF procedures can be emotionally challenging for couples. The process can often see quick shifts between hope and elation and despair and guilt.
Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center is blooming with renewed energy.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Fathers care more for babies that look like them, Mentally ill get information center.
The researchers are currently interested in advancing a proof-of-concept in humans.
The authorities have come to realize that it’s time to adapt assistance to Down Syndrome patients and their needs and not try to adapt patients to the preferences of the establishment.
The initiative is funded by the San Francisco-based Koret Foundation.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
A new Hebrew translation of a book by a Scottish physician tries to turn medical truths upside down.
A unique invention won first prize on Tuesday at Alyn’s third annual Make-A-Thon, held in the hospital’s enclosed parking lot.
Satisfaction with public health system greater among Arabs than Jews.
With parents busy with pre-Passover cleaning and school vacations looming, the dangers of chemical poisoning, drowning, burns and other harm of unsupervised children grow.
A total of 3,016 Israelis – 1,503 men and 1,513 women – were diagnosed in 2015 with colorectal cancer, a disease that is preventable by undergoing a colonoscopy to find and remove precancerous polyps
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