Study: 75% of at-risk youth victims of racismRacism rates very high toward Ethiopian Israeli teenagers as well.
Ethiopian soldiers more likely to commit suicideStatistics also reveal that soldiers with previous psychiatric diagnoses are less likely to commit suicide.
Report: Israelis working hard, making less40% of employees making half the national average wage, report reveals in honor of May Day.
Study: Israel's teen drivers dangerously unsafeNearly half of Israeli teens do not always wear seat belts; one in three speed while talking on cell phones.
65% of Israeli teachers satisfied with their jobsStudy provides new hope for educational analysts, after July statistics showed sky-high teacher burnout.
Study: Israelis happy, but mistrust governmentOfficial 2015 Democracy Index also reveals deep divide in Israeli-Arab relations on political level - though not personal level.
Social media a major factor in anxiety over terrorIsraeli study notes technological advancements makes everyone a potential journalist - further fueling the terror war.
Terror clips traumatize 80% of child viewersOverwhelming majority of children who view clips of terror attacks on the internet develop signs of PTSD.
UNRWA 'Infant Mortality' Report Deeply FlawedUN organization in Gaza deliberately misrepresented an unreliable scientific study as facts on the ground, blog finds.
Nazi Propaganda Continues to Influence GermanySurvey finds 5% of Germans 'extremely' anti-Semitic, doubles with Germans who lived through the Nazi regime.
Study: More Israelis Turning to Private HealthcareElective surgeries rose dramatically since 2007 at private hospitals, Ministry of Health reveals.
96.5% of Casualties from US Drone Strikes CivilianStrikes on 41 targets have killed 1,147 people thus far, human rights group notes.
UJA Releases Largest Diaspora Study EverThe UJA-Federation of New York has released the data from the largest Jewish community study ever conducted outside the State of Israel.
Olive Oil, Nuts Dietary Keys to Cut Heart RisksA Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil, nuts, fish, fruit, legumes and wine reduced the risk of heart attacks and strokes by 30 percent.
No Link Between Antidepressants and Birth DefectsConfounding a long-held view, a new study finds no link between antidepressant-use during pregnancy and higher overall risk of defects
US Vulnerable to Missile Attacks, Study FindsCritical shortcomings in America’s network of early warning systems and missile interceptors could put the U.S. at risk of missile attacks.
Study: Prayer Tied To Prevention Of Alzheimer’sA new joint American-Israeli study has found that praying regularly can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by 50 percent.