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Ukraine to formally ask Israel for military aid

Ukrainian Foreign Min. Dmytro Kuleba says country to ask Israel for air defense systems after former Russian pres. warns against such aid.

Ukraine to formally ask Israel for military aid

Bennett: Israel to send 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Israeli PM pledges Jewish State will do all it can to assist Ukrainian people affected by war with Russia.

Bennett: Israel to send 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine

EMA investigating menstrual irregularities following COVID shot

European Medicines Agency says it is 'assessing reported cases of heavy menstrual bleeding and absence of menstruation' following the shots.

EMA investigating menstrual irregularities following COVID shot

What’s behind the obsession with U.S. Aid to Israel?

The soft anti-Semitism of questioning military aid to the Jewish state. Op-ed.

What’s behind the obsession with U.S. Aid to Israel?

Republican slams Dems over objection to Israel aid: 'Reprehensible & anti-Semitic'

Rep. Doug Lamborn slams Progressive Democrats for attempting to strip funding for Israel’s Iron Dome.

Republican official slams Dems: 'Reprehensible & anti-Semitic' player

Flatbush live-in help arrested after shaking Jewish baby

A live-in nanny in Flatbush has been arrested and charged after shaking a Jewish baby hard enough to cause cranial bleeding.

Flatbush baby suffers brain injury after being shaken by nanny

Double-organ transplant for 13-year old at Israel's Schneider

Due to a life-threating deterioration of her liver condition as well as diabetes, Amram needed a combined liver and pancreas transplant.

Double-organ transplant for 13-year old at Israel's Schneider

Druze volunteers in Golan train to cut emergency response times

Amid threats looming in Golan, local Druze villages get together to help make a difference in their own communities.

Druze volunteers in Golan train to cut emergency response times

IDF to advise UN peacekeepers in Entebbe medical training course

IDF medical officer to serve as adviser for UN first response medical course in Uganda based on techniques used by the IDF.

IDF to advise UN peacekeepers in Entebbe medical training course

Claim: Hospital negligence caused baby disability

25-year-old suffers series of serious medical impairments, claims Ichilov Hospital negligent in after-birth examination.

Claim:  Hospital negligence caused baby disability

Rabbi Shteinman's condition takes turn for the worse

Despite recent improvements, Rabbi Shteinman's condition has reportedly deteriorated slightly in recent hours.

Rabbi Shteinman's condition takes turn for the worse

Israel is #1 in Preventing Blindness

The rates of preventable blindness in Israel have been cut by more than half in the past decade, putting Israel in first place worldwide.

Israel is #1 in Preventing Blindness

Breast Cancer Radiation Treatment May Cause Risks

A new study has found an increased risk of heart problems in women who are treated for breast cancer with radiation therapy.

Breast Cancer RadiationTreatment May Lead to Heart Problems

Report: Aspirin May Protect Against Skin Cancer

A new study has reaffirmed research showing that aspirin may protect against one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer - melanoma.

Report: Aspirin May Protect Against Deadly Skin Cancer

New Treatment for Stroke, Brain Disorders

Researchers Tel Aviv University have found a new treatment for stroke and other brain damage that can help even months after the event.

TAU Research Team Discovers New Treatment for Stroke

Israeli Researchers: Fish Oil Helps Heal Bedsores

Israeli researchers have discovered that fish oil helps heal bed sores, and can help ease the pain of the critically ill.

Israeli Researchers Say Fish Oil Helps Heal Bedsores

Israeli Hospital Treated Haniyeh's Brother-in-Law

The brother-in-law of Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh received emergency medical treatment at the Rabin Medical Center in Israel.

Haniyeh's Brother-in-Law Treated at Israeli Hospital

Building a Better Chemotherapy System

Israeli scientists have figured out a more efficient, “healthier” way to target cancer cells with chemotherapy.

Israeli Scientists Build Better Chemotherapy System

BGU Scientists Prove Enzyme Delays ALS

Scientists at Ben Gurion University have proven that an enzyme discovered in 2009 can delay development of Lou Gehrig's disease in mice.

BGU Scientists Prove Enzyme Delays Lou Gehrig's Disease

Keep Brains Sharp with Omega 3, Vitamins

Researchers are finding that perhaps we truly are what we eat. Diet does play a significant role in how our brains work as we age.

Keep Older Brains Sharp with Omega 3, Vitamins

Researchers Discover Fungi-Bacteria Partners

Tel Aviv University researchers have discovered a mutually beneficial relationship between fungi and bacteria that allows both to spread.

Israeli Researchers Discover Fungi-Bacteria Partners

iPhone Saves Israeli Girl's Life

Seven-year-old Gil Dahan's doctor was able to diagnose her condition using an iPhone video. It saved her life.

iPhone Saves Israeli Girl's Life

New Stem Cell Treatment for Lou Gehrig's Disease

Clinical trials have just begun on a new Israeli technology by TAU scientists to help patients suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease.

Clinical Trials on Stem Cell Treatment for Lou Gehrig's Disease

New Israeli Technology to Diagnose Hearing Loss

An Israeli scientist at Tel Aviv University has developed a unique fast-track technology to diagnose hearing loss.

Israeli Scientist Develops Technology to Diagnose Hearing Loss

Israel Equips PA Arabs

Israel distributed NIS 90,000 worth of medical equipment in 2010 to PA Arabs with disabilities -- an amount to be surpassed in 2011.

Israel Distributes NIS 90,000 Medical Equipment to PA Arabs

'Royal Treatment' in Israel

A Persian Gulf princess is in Israel undergoing a complicated heart operation, after her doctors recommended Israel as her best treatment choice.

Arab Princess Getting Royal Treatment at Israeli Hospital

'Zionism, Meshugas and Medicine'

World-renowned diabetes expert Professor Derek LeRoith is tapped to lead a new clinical research center at Rambam Hospital.

US Researcher to Lead Diabetes & Metabolic Center at Rambam

Humanitarian Med Meet

Sixty medical students from around the world learned from the IDF about humanitarian medicine in disaster zones.

IDF Trains Med Students from Nigeria to Nepal in Rescues

Israel Eases Chile’s Trauma

A team from Rambam Medical Center’s trauma team helps train Chile medics how to cope with mass casualty events such as this year’s massive quake.

Israeli Team Helps Ease Chile’s Quake Trauma

Aid to Gaza: No One Denied Care

No PA Arab in Gaza has been denied medical care in Israel, officials say – but if the PA prevents access, there is nothing Israel can do.

Israel's Aid to Gaza: 'No PA Arab Denied Medical Care'

Egypt Bars Entry of Israeli MD

Egypt has barred an Israeli hematology expert from attending an international conference slated for May 22-25 in Cairo, despite the peace treaty.

Egypt Bars Israeli Doctor from Int'l Conference in Cairo

Progress on New Alzheimer's Drug

A new medication designed to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease and improve its psychological symptoms is entering advanced trials.

New Israeli Drug for Alzheimer's Disease in Advanced Trials

Weight Loss Reverses Stroke Risk

Living the sunny Mediterranean lifestyle in Israel is a healthier way to keep one's arteries limber for longer, according to a new study

How to Keep to Arteries Young: Live in Israel, Eat 'Med Style'