judy siegel-itzkovich

Cartoon teacher
Talk is not cheap: Speaking may be hazardous for teachers

I sympathize with teachers, as many of them, like you, suffer from throat and voice problems in school; it is an occupational disease, but there are things you can do.

By RX FOR READERS/JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
13/09/2017
A jar of milk
Land of milk and honey?

Our health and science expert brings you the answers.

doctor
Poll: Israelis want to choose their surgeon at no additional cost

Of those who have had surgery, 80% said it was important or very important for the waiting period for surgery to be shortened.

DR. ITAI MAZA shows off Given Imaging’s colorectal cancer Pillcam
ICA marks March as Colorectal Cancer Awareness month

Avoiding colonoscopy after finding occult blood is foolish; early diagnosis improves survival

boiling water
Health Ministry campaign eyes burn awareness

Three out of five children taken to the hospital for burn treatment are hurt by boiling water or other liquids.

pollination
Honey of an idea

Students develop autonomous pollination device.

Basil Boaz Porter
His own doctor/patient relationship

A retired pediatrician and medical educator who has survived numerous serious ailments writes a book on medicine from the health consumer’s perspective.

Bean thread-noodles
Manufacturers say arrangements bill is no help despite cut costs, eased regulations

Local cosmetics companies argued heatedly that the changes did nothing for them, only for importers.

Judy Siegel-Itzkovich recieves honorary doctorate from Ben-Gurion University (Back row middle)
‘Post’ reporter Judy Siegel-Itzkovich gets honorary doctorate

Ben-Gurion University presents award to health and science editor

Shalom Cohen with wife with Prof. Bolotin (right) and Dr. Kerner.
Surgery – without the surgery

Rambam performs country’s first catheterized double heart valve replacement procedure on 72-year-old man.

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