How Military Intelligence Is Helping Doctors Combat Patient-Data Overload
Two-minute AI profile saves physician from time-consuming trawl of medical records
July 10, 2022
Israeli Doctors To Blast Bacteria Into Orbit, Readying For Space-Based Medicine
Scientists will send experiments into space, including a capsule of E. coli, with the hope of overcoming antibiotic-resistant germs and to prepare for space travelers getting sick.
June 21, 2020
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
Multi-Faith Partnership Strives To Improve Health Of Palestinian Children
If there's a field where objective considerations outweigh political ones – it's medicine. Now, a multinational, multi-faith project aims to bring better medicine to Palestinian kids.
June 13, 2013
Research Finds Female Doctors More Tolerant Than Male Counterparts
A Researcher at Bar Ilan University has concluded that female doctors show more tolerance towards patients than male doctors, who are less patient. The study also identifies many other variables that influence the way certain doctors handle conflicts with patients.
September 09, 2012
Study: CT Scans Less Effective Than MD Exams In Diagnosis
Examining patients and taking a medical history is more useful to hospital doctors in diagnosing patients than high-tech CT scans, according to a study from Israel. Doctors said that such tests given right after patients showed up in emergency rooms only helped with diagnosis in roughly one of three cases
August 23, 2011