This Remarkable Discovery Proves Bacteria Are Becoming Tolerant To Antibiotics And Even Explains The Interesting Reason Why
You may have heard that our bodies are becoming resistant, or tolerant to antibiotic treatments and now Hebrew University researchers are showing why. They discovered how bacteria are able to avoid antibiotics, which, for them, is as simple as 'going to sleep.'
August 07, 2014
Israeli Research Shows: Cinnamon Helps Delay Alzheimer’s
Findings following trials on mice and flies by researchers from Tel Aviv University, reveal that an isolated section of the cinnamon plant prevents the development of the disease and may even cure it.
June 21, 2011
Direct Evidence Found Linking Stress To Cancer
For the first time, a direct link between stress and damage to the chromosomes in every cell has been shown, with the ends – called telomeres – shortening as people are more exposed to chronic emotional stress.
April 09, 2011
Scientists Discover How Bacteria Communicate
Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered a pathway whereby harmful bacteria communicate with each other
March 28, 2011
Researchers Say Technique Can Neutralize Anti-Biotic Resistant Bacteria
Tel Aviv University chemistry researchers claim to be the first to have developed a technique that neutralizes the ability of bacteria to develop resistance to antibiotics, according to a paper just published in the journal Organic Biomolecular Chemistry by Dr. Micha Fridman and partners at the University of Michigan.
February 04, 2011