Blood test can identify common cause of miscarriage - report

The simple test could prevent the extensive and complex testing to which many women who miscarry are repeatedly subjected.

Ichilov Medical team at the coronavirus unit, in the Ichilov hospital, Tel Aviv, Israel, July 28, 20
Coronavirus may increase risk of premature births, complications

"The take home message is that pregnant women can get seriously ill with this.”

Heavy traffic jam on the Ayalon highway in Tel Aviv due to construction work, on June 11, 2020
Woman gives birth on Highway 4 near Ashkelon

Two EMTs arrived to find out that the woman was already in the advanced stages of labor within her car, and would have to give birth then and there.

Panda Tai Shan, 4, is seen on his last day at the
Panda in the Smithsonian zoo gives birth to cub in landmark occasion

Mei Xiang is the oldest panda in the US, and the second oldest panda known to have given birth.

Pregnant woman (Illustrative)
Israeli start-up launches first ever at-home ultrasound for future moms

The device, which according to the company is the first of its kind in the world, has already been clinically tested and it has been approved for use in Israel and in the European Union.

Pregnant woman (Illustrative)
Hillel's Tech Corner: Pregnancy care done right

Nuvo, a Tel-Aviv based start-up, has developed an innovative monitoring platform that women can administer at home as prescribed by their doctor.

Novel device that prevents preterm birth developed in Israel

One in ten babies are at risk of being born prematurely, amounting to 15 million worldwide.

Childhood events can affect fertility, Israeli scientists say

The study explored the role of epigenetics in reproductive functions. The discipline studies the chemical modification of specific genes or gene-associated proteins of an organism.

Best places to raise your family: Where does Israel rank?

The top-five listed countries were all European nations: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Luxembourg.

Pregnant woman (Illustrative)
Experts seek to calm worries of mother-to-baby COVID-19 transmission

"Women can remain reassured that pregnancy is not a significant risk factor for them or their babies with COVID-19."

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