First-ever study reveals severe impact of terror on autistic children in Israel

The research highlights that autistic children exhibit higher levels of post-traumatic stress symptoms compared to non-autistic children, emphasizing their increased vulnerability during wartime

West Nile fever in Israel: 300 cases, 15 deaths

Two people are hospitalized in serious condition at Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa

West Nile fever outbreak: 81 Diagnosed, 64 Hospitalized, 7 Dead

Authorities have issued guidelines to reduce infection risk, including eliminating standing water, using insect repellents, and installing mosquito screens

Soldier's organs donated against family's wishes

The parents specified their wish for the organs to go only to Jewish patients. However, they later discovered that one of their son’s organs was transplanted to an Arab girl.

FDA approves clinical trials in the USA for innovative Israeli cancer treatment

Ofer Shalev announced that New Phase has obtained FDA approval to initiate clinical trials for its innovative cancer treatment technology.

Singapore Health Ministry urges mask-wearing amid COVID-19 surge

The Singapore Ministry of Health has advised residents to resume wearing medical masks due to a significant increase in COVID-19 cases.

Doctors' union reminds hospitals about ethical duty to treat all, including Hamas

The letter, addressed to hospital directors, comes in response to protests at various medical institutions when Hamas militants were admitted for treatment.