Articles in "Israeli medicine"

Israel’s Umoove Launches App to Help Clear Distressed Minds

The Israel-based mobile software technology company Umoove has announced the launch of MindReset, an app that will help users clear their ...

These Israel Startups Are Helping to Improve Americans’ Health

The record for the volume of investments in Israeli startups in the field of digital health was again broken in the first quarter of 2021 ...

Israeli Life-Saving Optical Tech Enables Automatic and Immediate Melanoma Diagnosis

Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University have developed a new optical technology that will enable an automatic and immediate melanoma ...

Israeli Researchers Develop Radioactive Marker to Detect Tumors and Replace Biopsy

More than 200,000 cancer patients and persons in remission live in Israel. Each year, nearly 28,000 new patients are diagnosed, ...

Israeli Researchers Introduce Novel Probiotic Yogurt-Based Treatment for Inflammatory Conditions

Israeli researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) have identified novel drug candidates based on molecules isolated from ...

Israel Study Shows Excessive use of Smartphones and Social Media leads to Stress-Related Teeth-Grinding, Facial Muscle Pain

A new study carried out at Tel Aviv University’s Maurice and Gabriela Goldschleger School of Dental Medicine has found that the excessive ...

Israeli Research Finds Aspirin Reduces Likelihood of COVID-19 Infection

Aspirin taken for cardiovascular diseases may reduce the likelihood of Coronavirus (COVID-19) infections, a new Israeli study has ...

Israeli Researchers Develop Bionic Chips to Create Cancer-Fighting Drugs without Animal Testing

A team of researchers led by Professor Yaakov Nahmias, director of the Grass Center for Bioengineering at the Hebrew University of ...

Israeli Medical Team in Azerbaijan to Treat Wounded War Veterans

An Israeli humanitarian team of medical experts has arrived in Azerbaijan to treat soldiers who were wounded in the recent fighting with ...

Cigarette Smoke Dangerously Interferes with Communication Between Bacterial Cells, New Israeli Study Finds

Cigarette smoke may interfere with communication between bacterial cells, and in the pandemic era, any respiratory interference means ...