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Urban Garden Sprouts on Shopping Mall

in Economy & Innovation

Imagine stopping by your local mall for a new pair of shoes, a dress, and a few heads of the freshest lettuce you’ve ever tasted. Sprouting atop the parking garage in the most central and commercial shopping mall in Tel Aviv, sits exactly what you would least expect –  a beautiful green garden, blooming with…

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Israeli Digital Health Industry is Booming

in Economy & Innovation/Health & Science

The Startup Nation has picked up millions in investments thanks to its dedication to advancing the medical field. In the constantly advancing industry of medical technology, Israel is becoming a leader in the digital health field. Over the past year alone, the sector grew in finances, involvement and innovation. Since 2015, investment in the digital health field…

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Israeli Doctor Helps 16 Deaf Palestinian Kids Hear

in Health & Science

Sixteen palestinian children were granted their sense of hearing thanks to the efforts of the Peres Center for Peace. The series of cochlear ear implant surgeries happened in a marathon style fashion and were performed in Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem.   The children were from Gaza and the West Bank, and though the…

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Stepping into motherhood and life with luxury

in Health & Science/Life, Culture & Sports

Imagine spending nine months carrying a delicate seed in your belly. As it grows, its weight shifts from a pea to a watermelon, literally weighing you down from within your core. Once the seed has sprouted, it has become a tiny being, in need of care, nourishment and nurturing. Realistically, you can also picture nine…

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Early diagnosis of autism has 88% chance of Saving Lives

in Health & Science/Monthly Report

“There has to be another way,” thought Dr. Hanna Alonim, as she saw 6-year old children tied to their beds, over-stimulated and over-medicated. When Hanna started her professional career in the 80’s and later received her PhD in Mental Health, she spent time working with a group of deaf children. What she discovered was frightening.…

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