Labor court holding late-night session in effort to avert nationwide closures.
Israel Medical Association delegates stormed out of a meeting with Finance Ministry officials in Tel Aviv, where they were discussing ways to reduce both the number and length of shifts worked by medical residents.
Protein prevents memories which may trigger a desire for the drug.
Finance Ministry tells doctors they will shorten shifts to 22 hours and add 160 shifts, but doctors say this move is just the implementation of a program already agreed upon last year.
Program meant to detect mutations early to tailor treatment for patients
The Netzach Yisrael pharmacy makes its own creams, syrups and salves, and sells them to clients throughout the country.
Team of Tel Aviv University scientists, headed by Prof. Michael Ovadia, isolate a substance in the cinnamon plant which inhibits development of Alzheimers in mice.
Health Ministry announces that all agricultural imports to Israel are being meticulously inspected due to E. coli outbreak in Europe.
State-owned hospitals to operate as usual throughout the country Thursday, announces Israel Medical Association.
The Israel Medical Association is demanding a 50 percent raise per hour for its 17,000 doctors, who have been obstructing medical care for over two months.