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May 2019 - page 3

Eurovision is Coming to Israel

in Tourism & Nature

Preparation is under way for the biggest song competition across Europe, taking place for the first time in over 20 years in Israel. After Neta Barzilai’s big win last year, she secured Israel as the home for this year’s competition, and Israel is ready to welcome about 20,000 people for the 48th annual Eurovision. Nine…

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Tel Aviv Restaurant Won’t Give You the Check

in Life, Culture & Sports

Can you imagine a restaurant with no menus, no checks, and no tips? Welcome to the world of Joz Ve Loz, a restaurant concept stirring itself into the eclectic Tel Aviv cuisine scene. The space has been open for over a decade, and is well known for its high-quality fresh food menu. 2017 brought a…

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First 3D Live Heart is Printed in Israel

in Health & Science

Biological magic has been made thanks to a team of Israeli researchers and scientists, who digitally printed the first live heart. The team, led by Professor Tal Dvir from Tel Aviv University, created the heart using regenerative fatty tissue cells. The printing took about four hours and is the first time a heart has been printed…

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Fishing Banned in Israeli Mediterranean

in Economy & Innovation/Tourism & Nature

The Ministry of Agriculture in Israel has placed a one month ban on fishing in the Mediterranean Sea, due to the rapid decline of fish and with the aim to support a sustainable fish supply for the future. All fishing methods are banned until May 30, except for dropping nets and using fishing poles off…

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Middle East Eating Disorders on the Rise

in Health & Science

While eating disorders are common in affluent Western countries, Middle Eastern countries are unfortunately catching up. Since the 1990s, eating disorders in the region have been on the rise, due to a flourishing diet and beauty industry, social media imagery and influences, and unhealthy stigmas around mental health care. While the issue has been overlooked…

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