Dario, The Smartphone Glucometer, Goes Global
Australia is the latest country to provide co-pay for users of the Dario mobile glucometer, already available for patients in the UK, the Netherlands, Italy and New Zealand.
December 21, 2014
How Israeli-Developed App Helps Beat Ebola In Africa
About Ebola, an app built using a programming platform developed in Israel and abroad, is providing medical workers in the field with what is turning out to be one of their most effective tools available for preventing the alarming spread of Ebola in the villages of in West Africa.
September 28, 2014
Israeli BioPharm Company Protalix Can Produce The ZMapp Ebola Drug
Although the ZMapp Ebola drug, which proved effective on infected American aid workers, has run out, Israeli company Protalix says it can produce more, if needed.
September 12, 2014
Pulsing Magnetic Waves In The Brain Could Help Heavy Smokers Ditch Their Habit
Some people will do anything to quit smoking, but now a new Israeli study finds that pulsing magnetic waves in the brain could help the heaviest of smokers ditch the habit.
September 03, 2014
Beyond The Ice Bucket Challenge: Israel’s ‘NurOwn’ May Become The First Real Treatment For ALS
As the Ice Bucket Challenges takes over the Internet, it may be time to get to know what's really being done to treat ALS. BrainStorm's 'NurOwn' stem cell treatment has already shown remarkable success and is now on its way to medical trials in the US.
August 31, 2014
Researchers Find That Whey Protein Shakes Can Control Diabetic Blood Sugar Spikes
Researchers found that drinking a whey protein shake, a milk-based powder, before breakfast, could help diabetics decrease post-meal blood sugar spikes by nearly 28 percent.
August 27, 2014