Articles in "Israeli medicine"

A, C, G, and T: Israeli Researchers Apply Linguistics to Better Understand DNA Replication

A computational biochemist at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev decided to examine DNA replication using a linguistic perspective, an ...

Israeli Study Finds Green-Med Diet Slows Age-Related Neurodegeneration

A green Mediterranean diet, high in polyphenols and low in red and processed meat, seems to slow age-related brain atrophy, according to a ...

New Israeli Study Shows Medicinal Cannabis Oil Effective for Treating Autism

Israeli researchers at Tel Aviv University, led by Ph.D. student Shani Poleg and Prof. Daniel Offen of the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, ...

Israeli AI-Based Tech to Help Tackle Infertility in UK

The Israeli AiVF company has received regulatory approval to market and sell its EMA product in the United Kingdom, following the approval ...

Israel Researchers Find that Increased Oxygen Helps Patients Suffering from Depression

Depressed patients who received oxygen-enriched air treatment for a month found their symptoms improved, according to a new ...

Israeli AI-Based Tech Enables Doctors to Identify At-Risk Patients Ahead of Time

A new technology developed by Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University will enable doctors using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to identify ...

Israeli Research Finds Consumption of Ultra-Processed Food Increases Risk of High Blood Pressure, High Blood Lipids

The high consumption of ultra-processed foods increases the risk of developing high blood pressure and high blood lipids among the entire ...

Israeli Researchers Identify COVID-19 Proteins that Damage Blood Vessels

Nearly two years since becoming a global pandemic that has killed millions of people, the mystery of which proteins in the SARS-CoV-2 virus ...

Israeli Team Develops Treatment for Hematologic Cancers that Doesn’t Damage Healthy Cells

Israeli researchers at Bar-Ilan University have developed a novel treatment approach in the fight against hematologic cancers that involves ...

Israeli Study Shows Chance of Myocarditis After COVID-19 Vaccine Extremely Rare

The chance of contracting myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, after receiving a Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is extremely ...