By Maya Rizel
Children Snoring At Higher Risk Of Heart Disease, Study Finds
An Israeli study reveals that children who snore in their sleep, are at a higher risk of heart disease. Early detection and surgery can help significantly reduce the risk, the study finds.
April 12, 2011
Your Genes Could Tell You Exactly Which Foods To Eat To Stay Healthy
Scientists hope that in the near future it will be possible to perform a simple blood test to analyze a person's genes and based on the results, advise them on what foods they should and shouldn’t eat in order to prevent diseases they are inclined to develop.
March 13, 2011
Three Cups Of Coffee Per Day Protects From Heart Disease
A study from the Shiba medical center in Israel has revealed that a daily caffeine intake equivalent to 3 cups of coffee could protect against heart disease.
March 06, 2011
New Drug To Heal Diabetics’ Chronic Wounds
Israeli and American scientists have developed a drug to treat chronic wounds - those wounds that do not heal in an orderly set of stages and in a predictable amount of time the way most wounds dousing - using cutting edge Nano-Technology.
February 23, 2011
Israel Phone Company To Recruit Organ Donors Via SMS
A new campaign co-shared by Israel's YNET news, the Israeli Pelephone cellular company and the Israeli center for organ donation will try to recruit people who are willing to sign an ADI card for organ donation by text message. Hundreds of thousands of Pelephone's customers will receive a message in which they will be asked to sign an organ donation card. The signature will be performed by a return message.
February 05, 2011
Mobile Phones Increase The Risk of Gland Cancer, Report Says
Researches in Jerusalem found a possible connection between the significant increase in Salivary Gland cancer and the use of cellular phones.
January 18, 2011