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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
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
Study: COVID vaccine protects pregnant mother and fetus

Study: COVID vaccine protects pregnant mother and fetus

Hadassah Ein Kerem and Hebrew University study finds women, unborn children develop the same antibodies when the mother is vaccinated.Arutz Sheva Staff, 16/03/2021 20:39
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
Shaare Zedek study: 94% of COVID-19 patients have no symptoms 3 months after recovery

Shaare Zedek study: 94% of COVID-19 patients have no symptoms 3 months after recovery

New study by Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center shows encouraging long-term recovery data for coronavirus patients.Arutz Sheva Staff, 23/02/2021 10:33
Health Ministry study: Pfizer vaccine reduces serious cases, mortality by 90%

Health Ministry study: Pfizer vaccine reduces serious cases, mortality by 90%

Senior Health Ministry officials work with Pfizer on study which shows high vaccine effectiveness in reducing overall infection.Arutz Sheva Staff, 18/02/2021 22:40
BIU study: Previously ill patients react well to single vaccine

BIU study: Previously ill patients react well to single vaccine

Bar-Ilan University/Ziv Medical Center study: One dose of COVID-19 vaccine provokes strong immune response in those previously infected.Arutz Sheva Staff, 11/02/2021 21:07
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
'Third wave': Average age of death from COVID-19 declining

'Third wave': Average age of death from COVID-19 declining

New study shows while in first wave average age of the deceased was 81, in third wave it stands at 77.Arutz Sheva Staff, 28/01/2021 09:31
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
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
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
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
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
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
Large study: Smoking increases risk for gestational diabetes

Large study: Smoking increases risk for gestational diabetes

Pregnant smokers at higher risk for gestational diabetes, Hebrew University study finds.Arutz Sheva Staff, 09/12/2019 11:59
Study: Large numbers of Jews at each end of religious spectrum

Study: Large numbers of Jews at each end of religious spectrum

Nearly half of US Jews don’t identify with organized religion, study finds.JTA, 30/08/2018 09:15
Maternal depression may alter children's immune responses

Maternal depression may alter children's immune responses

Israeli study shows maternal depression may have a long-term impact on children's psychological and immune health.Arutz Sheva Staff, 27/08/2018 11:51
Study: Conservatives find more meaning in life than liberals

Study: Conservatives find more meaning in life than liberals

A University of California study suggests that liberals spend more time in their lives searching for meaning than do conservatives.Jonathan Benedek, 23/07/2018 11:29
Study: Younger Jews not less religious than their elders

Study: Younger Jews not less religious than their elders

Study finds younger Jews are just as religious as older Jews - and Israel is the least religious country in the Middle East.Guy Cohen, 14/06/2018 18:41
Study: Haredim more likely to be near-sighted

Study: Haredim more likely to be near-sighted

Public health expert says health, education systems need to work together to prevent nearsightedness in children at risk.Reut Hadar, 06/06/2018 10:58
German study: No link between Muslim immigration, anti-Semitism

German study: No link between Muslim immigration, anti-Semitism

Study published by federal German entity claims anti-Semitism in Europe unaffected by Muslim immigration.JTA, 31/05/2018 08:05
UC cancels event celebrating 50 years of study abroad in Israel

UC cancels event celebrating 50 years of study abroad in Israel

Event celebrating study in Israel through the University of California Education Abroad Program is cancelled over Gaza border 'tension.'JTA, 24/05/2018 03:43
In time for Purim: The wine drinker's guide

In time for Purim: The wine drinker's guide

Enjoy Purim drinking without the unpleasant side-effects wine can sometimes cause.Mordechai Sones, 27/02/2018 21:11
Study suggests Israelis in Europe disconnect from Judaism

Study suggests Israelis in Europe disconnect from Judaism

New study suggests Israelis in Europe steer clear of Jewish community activitiesJTA, 27/01/2018 23:27
Are you happy with your job?

Are you happy with your job?

New research shows Israeli employees are among the world's happiest.Arutz Sheva Staff, 21/08/2017 18:32
Study: Most people assume serial murderers are atheists

Study: Most people assume serial murderers are atheists

Across the world, atheists are assumed to be more immoral than religious people - even if the person judging is an atheist himself.Chana Roberts, 10/08/2017 12:43
Israeli researchers identify cause of rare disorder

Israeli researchers identify cause of rare disorder

Team of Israeli, US, researchers successfully identifies a single gene which causes a rare and severe neurological disorder.Arutz Sheva Staff, 04/08/2017 10:37
Israel's health system ranks as one of the best globally

Israel's health system ranks as one of the best globally

Comparative study shows Israelis enjoy top health care, but need to work on environmental protection.Chana Roberts, 28/07/2017 08:59
More internet use doesn't reduce physical activity

More internet use doesn't reduce physical activity

In surprising finding, new study shows spending time on the internet doesn't mean doing less physical activity.Yedidya Ben Or, 21/08/2016 13:04
Smoking in decline among Israelis

Smoking in decline among Israelis

New study shows that only 15% of Israeli adults are smokers.Shoshana Miskin, 29/05/2016 19:01
Study: Just 25% of Israelis feel 'secure'

Study: Just 25% of Israelis feel 'secure'

33% of Israelis would continue going to work in the event of a missile attack - but just 9% would send their kids to school.Tova Dvorin, 29/05/2016 08:04
Road accident rate rises for third year

Road accident rate rises for third year

126 Israelis killed so far in 2016; 1,200 injured on electric bikes.Tova Dvorin, 23/05/2016 08:42
Study: 75% of at-risk youth victims of racism

Study: 75% of at-risk youth victims of racism

Racism rates very high toward Ethiopian Israeli teenagers as well.Tova Dvorin, 18/05/2016 17:42
Ethiopian soldiers more likely to commit suicide

Ethiopian soldiers more likely to commit suicide

Statistics also reveal that soldiers with previous psychiatric diagnoses are less likely to commit suicide.Tova Dvorin, 16/05/2016 16:50
Report: Israelis working hard, making less

Report: Israelis working hard, making less

40% of employees making half the national average wage, report reveals in honor of May Day.Tova Dvorin, 01/05/2016 08:26
Study: Israel's teen drivers dangerously unsafe

Study: Israel's teen drivers dangerously unsafe

Nearly half of Israeli teens do not always wear seat belts; one in three speed while talking on cell phones.Tova Dvorin, 16/12/2015 22:26
65% of Israeli teachers satisfied with their jobs

65% of Israeli teachers satisfied with their jobs

Study provides new hope for educational analysts, after July statistics showed sky-high teacher burnout.Shlomo Pitrikovsky, 29/11/2015 13:12
Study: Israelis happy, but mistrust government

Study: Israelis happy, but mistrust government

Official 2015 Democracy Index also reveals deep divide in Israeli-Arab relations on political level - though not personal level.Hezki Baruch, 10/11/2015 12:12
Social media a major factor in anxiety over terror

Social media a major factor in anxiety over terror

Israeli study notes technological advancements makes everyone a potential journalist - further fueling the terror war.Tova Dvorin, 09/11/2015 19:19
Terror clips traumatize 80% of child viewers

Terror clips traumatize 80% of child viewers

Overwhelming majority of children who view clips of terror attacks on the internet develop signs of PTSD.Tova Dvorin, 04/11/2015 14:42
UNRWA 'Infant Mortality' Report Deeply Flawed

UNRWA 'Infant Mortality' Report Deeply Flawed

UN organization in Gaza deliberately misrepresented an unreliable scientific study as facts on the ground, blog finds.Tova Dvorin, 10/08/2015 18:16
Nazi Propaganda Continues to Influence Germany

Nazi Propaganda Continues to Influence Germany

Survey finds 5% of Germans 'extremely' anti-Semitic, doubles with Germans who lived through the Nazi regime.Tova Dvorin, 16/06/2015 14:48
Study: More Israelis Turning to Private Healthcare

Study: More Israelis Turning to Private Healthcare

Elective surgeries rose dramatically since 2007 at private hospitals, Ministry of Health reveals.Tova Dvorin, 17/05/2015 07:57
96.5% of Casualties from US Drone Strikes Civilian

96.5% of Casualties from US Drone Strikes Civilian

Strikes on 41 targets have killed 1,147 people thus far, human rights group notes.Tova Dvorin, 26/11/2014 18:34
UJA Releases Largest Diaspora Study Ever

UJA Releases Largest Diaspora Study Ever

The UJA-Federation of New York has released the data from the largest Jewish community study ever conducted outside the State of Israel.Chana Ya'ar, 12/06/2013 11:37
Olive Oil, Nuts Dietary Keys to Cut Heart Risks

Olive Oil, Nuts Dietary Keys to Cut Heart Risks

A Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil, nuts, fish, fruit, legumes and wine reduced the risk of heart attacks and strokes by 30 percent. , 27/02/2013 11:57
No Link Between Antidepressants and Birth Defects

No Link Between Antidepressants and Birth Defects

Confounding a long-held view, a new study finds no link between antidepressant-use during pregnancy and higher overall risk of defects, 02/01/2013 16:50
US Vulnerable to Missile Attacks, Study Finds

US Vulnerable to Missile Attacks, Study Finds

Critical shortcomings in America’s network of early warning systems and missile interceptors could put the U.S. at risk of missile attacks.Rachel Hirshfeld , 12/09/2012 16:34