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Israelis on Social Media the Most

in Life, Culture & Sports

Walking through the urban streets of Israel, it’s easy to see that most people are glancing down with their eyes glued to their phones. Only a decade ago, Israelis were not able to easily access such a global connection, and today, the smart phone connections are only getting more powerful, which is proven by a…

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Israeli Medical Cannabis Approved for Export

in Health & Science

Since the first study of THC in 1964 by Raphael Mechoulam, the cannabis market has come a long way. Israel, as a longtime pioneer leading cannabis research, continues to pave the way forward thanks to a recently approved law allowing medical grade cannabis to be manufactured and globally exported. The law is passed after a…

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Israeli Health Care System is Deteriorating

in Health & Science

A new report by the Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel shows the numbers clearly. The Israeli healthcare system isn’t prepared to support the citizens of Israel. If doesn’t re-prioritize its services, Israeli health will continue going downhill. General health metrics look good on paper. Infant mortality rate is one of the lowest…

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Israel Ranks Top 3 for Most Educated Country

in Life, Culture & Sports

According to a 2017 report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Israel ranks number three on the shortlist for the most educated countries worldwide. The report is calculated by the country’s population in the age bracket of those who graduated with post-secondary degrees. With Israel’s population of over 8 million, about 50.9% of…

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Tel Aviv is Only 21% Youth

in Economy & Innovation

Compared to other major cities in Israel, Tel Aviv has the least percentage of children 17 and under. In a recent report published by the Central Bureau of Statistics, Modiin Illit, an Orthodox town, has the highest percentage of youth at 64%, versus Tel Aviv whose population is only made up of 21%. Living in…

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