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AION, aMoon up for top scientific innovation award

AION Labs brings together some of the biggest names in pharma, including AstraZeneca, Merck and Pfizer, and aMoon is Israel’s largest health-tech fund.

Want a successful business? It’s all about networking - interview

Networking expert Gil Petersil supplies valuable advice on changing economies, the future of crypto and how to succeed in a more difficult market.

Pfizer profit beats estimates on higher demand for COVID products

Revenue from the antiviral pill, Paxlovid, exceeded market estimates by more than $1b, while vaccine sales surged 20%, helping the drugmaker reaffirm the combined 2022 revenue forecast of $54b.

By REUTERS
28/07/2022

Delta had worst cancelation rate among US airlines in May

By KELLY YAMANOUCHI/THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION/TNS
22/07/2022

How does coronavirus spread throughout the body? -study

New study published by a peer-reviewed journal shows that viral and human proteins interact to cause migration of proteins from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.

Housing prices won't drop without elimination of bureaucracy - Bank Leumi CEO

Bank Leumi CEO Hanan Friedman: "The growth rate in the economy is indeed expected to decline, but no recession is expected. We’re still a long way from there.”

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
19/07/2022

Biden won't be shaking hands in Israel due to COVID surge

The White House has reportedly told Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s office that due to the surge in COVID-19 infections in the US and Israel, the president will refrain from shaking hands.

8% of athletes suffer from debilitating post-COVID symptoms - study

The study, which analyzed data from 43 scientific articles about 11,500 athletes, also found that 3% of the athletes developed exercise intolerance.

Intermittent fasting may reduce COVID-19 symptoms, new study says

Of the patients studied, those who practiced regular fasting, once only common in ancient religion but now a health trend, had a lower rate of hospitalization or death due to the virus.

Feiglin: Those under 30 need to avoid COVID-19 vaccine 'like fire'

The former MK called vaccinating little kids a "heinous act" • The Health Ministry: "Nonsense said by someone with no understanding or knowledge on the topic"

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