Plasma procedure will give alternative to homosexual men who since could give blood since last year – but only if they refrained from same-sex relations for 12 months prior
Health & Body
The center, in the lower Galilee, will close due to a bureaucratic dispute
The higher the dose, the higher the probability of cleft lip or palate in the child, new paper says; fortunately, topiramate is not prescribed for dieting purposes in Israel
More than 30 cases reported in Israel in the past two months, compared to 29 in the whole of 2016; feral cats and pet dogs in affected areas being given inoculation shots
A new study suggests the maximum human life span could be increased by 30 percent to 140, but first we need to work out how to stop the aging process and when's best to intervene
Fired by an ad agency, Oren Frank found himself setting up a psychotherapy service via instant messaging: 'It turns out people feel much more comfortable talking to machines than to people'
Its impossible to love life when sorrow is treated as garbage that needs to be disposed of by way of a happiness pill
In the past 40 years, Western men's sperm count has declined by half. What can be done to counter the trend?
A quarter of the community bore the Serpine1 mutation and lived an average of 10 years longer, scientists report
Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem says Embrace machine, built by Israeli firm, will allow head MRIs to be done without removing newborns from the intensive care unit