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No need for brain exercise's anymore, some personality traits have a lower risk of Alzheimer's

People who "exercise" their brains are known to have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia when they get older.

Dogs of Love: The cutest and most exciting project of the war in Gaza

Reserve Dogs: Meet the adorable dog patrol providing smiles and support amidst the challenging times of the war in Gaza.


Bird flu found at turkey coop in central Israel

The outbreak is the second reported in the past month and the fifth reported in Israel this season.


IDF changes food allergy policy against expert medical advice

IDF soldiers with food allergies, armed with epinephrine autoinjectors, face sudden downgrade medical profiles despite the recommendations of doctors amid an ongoing war in Gaza.

Seeing is believing: How observing sickness triggers biological defense mechanisms - study

This raises questions about the interconnectedness of people within a social group and how the perception of sickness can influence the health and behavior of others.

Discounts on healthy food lead to increase in consumption - study

Previous research has shown that decisions to purchase specific food items are primarily based on taste and cost.

Swine flu makes post-pandemic return as UK detects human infection

It was reported that the person experienced respiratory symptoms and a mild illness, and has now fully recovered.


Israeli scientists unlock new information key to fighting brain cancer

DNA methylation sheds light on varieties of the most common and most fatal primary brain cancer.

Want to look young? You need to change your shower habits

According to an anti-aging specialist, a small adjustment to your shower routine can reduce wrinkles, inflammation, and stress levels while improving sleep - and it doesn't have to be done every day.

vaccination against the flu

‘Tired’ of getting vaccinated, Israelis are reluctant to get flu shots

Israelis are apparently 'tired' of shots after having to get so many COVID-19 shots and are not sufficiently aware of the risks of not being protected. 

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