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New research provides insight into how cytokine storm develops

New research provides insight into how cytokine storm develops

Bar-Ilan University: Understanding molecular interactions might be a target of precision medicine for treating severe COVID-19 cases.Arutz Sheva Staff, 22/04/2021 13:34
New study shows IVF less effective after coronavirus

New study shows IVF less effective after coronavirus

New research by Sheba Medical Center shows significant drop in quality of embryos obtained after one partner contracts coronavirus.Arutz Sheva Staff, 20/04/2021 12:12
Bad to the Bone: How junk food hurts kids' bones

Bad to the Bone: How junk food hurts kids' bones

Hebrew University reveals negative impact of junk food on kids’ skeletal development.Arutz Sheva Staff, 19/04/2021 10:36
The hunger games: Uncovering the secret of the hunger switch in the brain

The hunger games: Uncovering the secret of the hunger switch in the brain

A 3D structure reveals how a unique molecular switch in our brain causes us to feel full – and may help develop improved anti-obesity drugs.Arutz Sheva Staff, 15/04/2021 22:54
Amazon Web Services, Hebrew U launch quantum computing research

Amazon Web Services, Hebrew U launch quantum computing research

Hebrew University says it is the first Israeli academic institution to partner with Amazon for quantum research.Arutz Sheva Staff, 12/04/2021 15:12
New study shows Pfizer coronavirus vaccine effective against South African variant

New study shows Pfizer coronavirus vaccine effective against South African variant

Study from TA University, Clalit Research Institute, shows Pfizer vaccine protects, but less, against South African coronavirus strain.Arutz Sheva Staff, 10/04/2021 21:20
Researchers: Holocaust survivors more likely to suffer heart disease, cancer

Researchers: Holocaust survivors more likely to suffer heart disease, cancer

Study offers basis for closely monitoring people who experienced trauma early in life & the impact it can have on long-term health.Arutz Sheva Staff, 08/04/2021 11:14
New study: AstraZeneca vaccine 79% effective

New study: AstraZeneca vaccine 79% effective

Large trial including over 32,000 participants shows AstraZeneca vaccine to be 79% effective.Arutz Sheva Staff, 22/03/2021 15:05
Bar-Ilan University researchers identify non-coding RNA molecule in trypanosome parasites

Bar-Ilan University researchers identify non-coding RNA molecule in trypanosome parasites

Newly-discovered molecule may facilitate the development of drugs to treat, and prevent the spread of, various diseases.Arutz Sheva Staff, 16/03/2021 14:06
Can understanding constipation help diagnose Parkinson's disease earlier?

Can understanding constipation help diagnose Parkinson's disease earlier?

Hebrew University researchers unveil a chain of physiological events that may help provide new methods for disease diagnosis.Arutz Sheva Staff, 11/03/2021 15:05
Could aspirin help prevent coronavirus infection among heart patients?

Could aspirin help prevent coronavirus infection among heart patients?

Aspirin use for cardiovascular disease may reduce likelihood of COVID-19 infection, new study shows.Arutz Sheva Staff, 10/03/2021 10:14
Israeli research: Breastmilk antibodies effective against coronavirus

Israeli research: Breastmilk antibodies effective against coronavirus

New research analyzes antibody levels and quality in newly-vaccinated nursing mothers, with important results.Ido Ben Porat, 09/03/2021 14:17
Has Hebrew University put an end to invasive biospies?

Has Hebrew University put an end to invasive biospies?

Hebrew University researchers advance simple and inexpensive diagnostic blood test.Arutz Sheva Staff, 08/02/2021 14:26
Does a worm hold the secret to genetically reversing brain damage?

Does a worm hold the secret to genetically reversing brain damage?

Hebrew University research successfully produces genetically-engineered synapsis, circumventing neural damage.Arutz Sheva Staff, 04/02/2021 14:49
Has a drug been found for coronavirus?

Has a drug been found for coronavirus?

Montreal research team discovers age-old drug may be effective against COVID-19.Arutz Sheva Staff, 25/01/2021 11:43
Study: Nearly one-third of coronavirus patients readmitted to hospital within 140 days

Study: Nearly one-third of coronavirus patients readmitted to hospital within 140 days

New study shows increased risk of respiratory, cardiovascular, problems for recovered coronavirus patients.Arutz Sheva Staff, 18/01/2021 14:19
Response to anti-vaxxers: Why you should take The Vaccine

Response to anti-vaxxers: Why you should take The Vaccine

Misinformation and fearmongering must not be allowed to prevent us from ending the pandemic. A response to an op-ed published on Arutz ShevaDr. Joel Kaye, Dr. Gillian.Kay, 17/01/2021 08:57
US COVID-19 bill includes clause about UFOs

US COVID-19 bill includes clause about UFOs

The newest aid bill from Congress requires USA military to publicize UFO research.Shlomo Witty, 11/01/2021 00:20
Evidence does not equal evidence

Evidence does not equal evidence

Not all items of evidence are equal, but some are more equal than others.Don't make big life decisions based on someone's opinion.Dr. Ari Grubner, 26/12/2020 19:30
Study: Wearing a used face mask can increase danger of COVID infection

Study: Wearing a used face mask can increase danger of COVID infection

Research showed that masks alter manner of inhalation and promote respiration of Covid-19-carrying aerosols.Y Rabinovitz, 24/12/2020 14:00
New study reveals soaring levels of anxiety & depression linked to lockdown

New study reveals soaring levels of anxiety & depression linked to lockdown

Around 1 in 10 Israelis reported severe anxiety in pre-epidemic period, as compared to almost 1 in 3 now.Arutz Sheva Staff, 02/12/2020 09:52
New study: Lockdown has no significant impact on COVID mortality

New study: Lockdown has no significant impact on COVID mortality

Study based on data from 160 countries, recommends "increasing population resilience with better physical fitness."Y Rabinovitz, 27/11/2020 10:57
At least 12,706 mutations of Covid-19 identified so far

At least 12,706 mutations of Covid-19 identified so far

Researchers claim study shows none of the mutations presents heightened risk of transmission.Arutz Sheva Staff, 25/11/2020 18:21
Large study shows mask-wearing 'not statistically significant'

Large study shows mask-wearing 'not statistically significant'

Almost 5,000 people participated in randomized study. 1.8% of mask-wearers contracted COVID vs. 2.1% of control group.Y Rabinovitz, 19/11/2020 12:22
New research into white blood cells could spell hope for COVID patients

New research into white blood cells could spell hope for COVID patients

Shaare Zedek & Sight Diagnostics working to identify early deterioration in COVID patients, for swifter, more effective treatment.Arutz Sheva Staff, 11/11/2020 13:12
A cure for COVID in your medicine cabinet?

A cure for COVID in your medicine cabinet?

Studies looking into mouthwash & aspirin have already shown huge promise. Bad news for BigPharma...Y Rabinovitz, 08/11/2020 18:35
The next 72 days

The next 72 days

While fighting for re-election, Trump has lifted restrictions on US investment in Israeli research projects in Judea and Samaria. Op-ed.David Singer, 06/11/2020 13:27
Jews and Arabs who work together for the good of Israel

Jews and Arabs who work together for the good of Israel

How Jews and Arabs work together to make the quality of life in Israel better and increase longevity.. Op-ed.David Ben Horin, 06/11/2020 12:54
Can DNA technology help detect cancer and coronavirus?

Can DNA technology help detect cancer and coronavirus?

Hebrew University inches closer to harnessing DNA molecules for disease detection and electronics.Arutz Sheva Staff, 15/09/2020 17:47
Israeli study: Small number of autonomous vehicles improves traffic flow

Israeli study: Small number of autonomous vehicles improves traffic flow

Bar Ilan U researchers find traffic flow greatly improves with the addition of just a small number of autonomous vehicles on the road.Arutz Sheva Staff, 02/09/2020 18:20
Shaare Zedek researcher: 'Important for every woman to know if she is a BRCA carrier'

Shaare Zedek researcher: 'Important for every woman to know if she is a BRCA carrier'

Shaare Zedek research shows advance detection of BRCA 1 and 2 mutations significantly increases breast cancer survival rate.Arutz Sheva Staff, 31/08/2020 14:56
Study: Obesity significantly raises risk of death from COVID-19

Study: Obesity significantly raises risk of death from COVID-19

New study by UNC, World Bank, shows patients suffering from obesity have 113% higher rate of hospitalization than slimmer patients.Arutz Sheva Staff, 27/08/2020 18:02
Could this supplement prevent deterioration of COVID-19 patients?

Could this supplement prevent deterioration of COVID-19 patients?

Clinical study shows innovative supplement may be able to prevent exacerbation and deterioration of coronavirus.Arutz Sheva Staff, 26/08/2020 15:05
Vapers may be five times more likely to contract coronavirus, study shows

Vapers may be five times more likely to contract coronavirus, study shows

Use of e-cigarettes may significantly increase risk of contracting coronavirus, new study shows.Arutz Sheva Staff, 18/08/2020 15:04
Magnetic memory states go exponential

Magnetic memory states go exponential

Newly-discovered ability to stabilize, control, number of magnetic states may allow multi-level magnetic memory with many states per cell.Arutz Sheva Staff, 13/07/2020 10:30
New strain of swine flu may lead to pandemic, scientists warn

New strain of swine flu may lead to pandemic, scientists warn

New study by Chinese scientists shows virus becoming more prevalent in pigs may soon make the jump to humans.Arutz Sheva Staff, 30/06/2020 11:17
Did coronavirus first start to spread through China in August?

Did coronavirus first start to spread through China in August?

New study shows increase in activity outside hospitals beginning in August 2019. Was it due to coronavirus?Arutz Sheva Staff, 09/06/2020 18:04
Study: Older adults' perception of aging may be more important than chronological age

Study: Older adults' perception of aging may be more important than chronological age

COVID-19 loneliness linked to elevated psychiatric symptoms in older adults.Arutz Sheva Staff, 09/06/2020 12:43
Studies: Bald men more likely to have a severe case of coronavirus

Studies: Bald men more likely to have a severe case of coronavirus

Are androgens responsible for determining the severity of COVID-19?Arutz Sheva Staff, 05/06/2020 14:27
Study: Israel doesn't have coronavirus herd immunity

Study: Israel doesn't have coronavirus herd immunity

Serological tests show low rate of immunity among Israeli population.Arutz Sheva Staff, 02/06/2020 10:41
Researchers find pangolins may be responsible for COVID-19's ability to transfer to humans

Researchers find pangolins may be responsible for COVID-19's ability to transfer to humans

Research team analyzes coronavirus genomes, says bats and pangolins may be responsible for outbreak, along with third animal.Arutz Sheva Staff, 31/05/2020 00:29
A shared ancestry? Genomes provide new insight into Canaanite heritage’s far reach

A shared ancestry? Genomes provide new insight into Canaanite heritage’s far reach

Genetic samples from across the Southern Levant show Canaanites to be a demographically coherent group - and one which migrated.Arutz Sheva Staff, 28/05/2020 18:10
Did fines for violating coronavirus guidelines change Israelis' behavior?

Did fines for violating coronavirus guidelines change Israelis' behavior?

New survey examines how Israelis' behavior during coronavirus outbreak was influenced by government guidelines.Michal Levi, 26/05/2020 14:35
Study: Gene which raises risk of dementia may also raise risk of severe coronavirus

Study: Gene which raises risk of dementia may also raise risk of severe coronavirus

Those with two copies of a genetic mutation at more than double the risk of severe COVID-19 than those with two copies of a different gene.Arutz Sheva Staff, 26/05/2020 09:41
Israeli researchers: Hearts that drum together beat together

Israeli researchers: Hearts that drum together beat together

Group drumming stimulates behavioral and physiological synchronization that contributes to ability to cooperate, Bar-Ilan U. study finds.Arutz Sheva Staff, 21/05/2020 13:55
New research shows large segments of the population may be immune to COVID-19

New research shows large segments of the population may be immune to COVID-19

Research shows large segments of the population may be immune to COVID-19 - possibly due to exposure to other viruses.Arutz Sheva Staff, 16/05/2020 22:49
Large survey confirms: Loss of smell and taste linked to COVID-19

Large survey confirms: Loss of smell and taste linked to COVID-19

Global survey of 4,000 coronavirus patients supports link between COVID-19 and loss of smell and taste.Arutz Sheva Staff, 11/05/2020 10:03
Could a heartburn drug be used to treat coronavirus?

Could a heartburn drug be used to treat coronavirus?

New York researchers study whether famotidine, the active ingredient in Pepcid, can treat for coronavirus. 'Do not do this at home.'Arutz Sheva Staff, 28/04/2020 10:40
Can COVID-19 cause heart inflammation in children?

Can COVID-19 cause heart inflammation in children?

'Multi-system inflammatory state' noted in children who have coronavirus or may have suffered in the recent past, medical experts say.Arutz Sheva Staff, 28/04/2020 09:16
University receives grant for coronavirus research proposals amid pandemic

University receives grant for coronavirus research proposals amid pandemic

Israeli government awards University of Haifa faculty funding for 18 research proposals related to COVID-19.Arutz Sheva Staff, 27/04/2020 14:12
Seven-fold increase in stroke rates among young COVID-19 victims

Seven-fold increase in stroke rates among young COVID-19 victims

Younger coronavirus patients with no medical history are suffering stroke at alarming rates, doctors warn.Arutz Sheva Staff, 27/04/2020 13:32
First-ever coronavirus trial participant: 'Proud to have been part of the process'

First-ever coronavirus trial participant: 'Proud to have been part of the process'

Jennifer Haller, 44, spoke about her participation in the trial of the first-ever COVID-19 vaccine. 'As easy as the regular flu shot.'Arutz Sheva Staff, 14/04/2020 09:10
Ibuprofen exacerbates coronavirus disease

Ibuprofen exacerbates coronavirus disease

World Health Organization recommends using paracetamol to treat coronavirus symptoms, instead of anti-inflammatories. Here's why.Mordechai Sones, 18/03/2020 11:21
Research claims expensive car owners 'feel sense of superiority over other road users'

Research claims expensive car owners 'feel sense of superiority over other road users'

Study claims to reveal likelihood drivers will slow for pedestrians decreases by 3% for every extra $1,000 that one's vehicle is worth.Mordechai Sones, 27/02/2020 13:43
Israeli research: Steroid use linked to low blood sugar

Israeli research: Steroid use linked to low blood sugar

Findings point to side effect of steroids not previously described in medical literature.Arutz Sheva Staff, 28/01/2020 10:17
Israeli docs strike big blow to antibiotic-resistant 'superbugs'

Israeli docs strike big blow to antibiotic-resistant 'superbugs'

Hebrew U. team brings hope to patients with life-threatening, drug-resistant infections.Arutz Sheva Staff, 13/01/2020 16:07
Study: Electronic cigarettes raise risk of lung disease by 30%

Study: Electronic cigarettes raise risk of lung disease by 30%

E-cigarettes can cause serious lung damage in just a few years, new study shows.Arutz Sheva Staff, 16/12/2019 16:03