Over one-third of Israel’s territory is designated as army firing zones. What happens when the Israel National Trail passes through one?
Dani Bar On
The scandal associated with the excessive use of cleaning and laundry fluids is a global phenomenon. In Israel it has a particularly aromatic twist
The experiment was simple: Mothers of preemies were asked to hug them without clothes. The impact on their lives 20 years later was dramatic. A first, wide-ranging media interview with neuroscientist Ruth Feldman, whose research focuses on the biological basis of the creation of social bonds
Tensions can arise if only one member of a couple enjoys smoking a joint at the end of the day. But you can solve the problem and still stay high
In some cases, Tinder profiles seemingly offering 'support' are actually traps for teenage girls
McDonald's Israel is now featuring a tomato-based delicacy. It sounds better than it tastes.
Ministry officials, HMOs apparently in two minds over reducing the number of clinical psychologists at public health clinics
Facebook has grown fat, turning its users into citizens of Mark Zuckerberg’s enlightened dictatorship.
Lots of people are addicted to their smartphones, but in Israel the problem seems even worse.
80 percent of last year’s drownings occurred when no lifeguard was present - meaning either that they occurred on a beach where swimming is forbidden, or outside official swimming hours.
Following a recently passed mental health reform, psychologists worry that cost-conscious health maintenance organizations will try to reduce costs by employing low-cost health workers in lieu of residents.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's strength lies in his ability to hide his weaknesses from the public.