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Will You Be My Quarantine?

in Life, Culture & Sports

Despite the public health crisis sending ripples around the globe, one human priority remains – the deep-seated need for love and connection. Yet relationship statuses around the world are being challenged, redefined, and literally, confined. With much of the world in quarantine or self-isolation, the most basic questions surface. For the single, how will we…

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Educational System Breakdown or Upgrade?

in Health & Science

Since last week, the Israeli educations system, from daycares to universities, have been forced to shut down. More recent regulations have enforced no after school activities or social gatherings. Children of all ages are being forced to stay at home, and parents are left to keep them occupied. While some may choose to homeschool, the…

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Air Pollution in Israel Causes Serious Threat

in Health & Science

Air pollution in Israel is reported at higher levels than acceptable by the Clear Air Law, which aims to improve air quality and reduce air pollution by prescribing regulations in order to protect human life and the natural environment. Based on a recent report by the Environmental Protection and Health Ministry, and also using data…

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Social Success Often Depends on Parents

in Economy & Innovation

 A parents’ level of education seems to have a serious impact on their children’s path towards social success. A recent study was released from the Central Bureau of Statistics in Israel showing that Israelis born to under-educated parents are less likely to develop within the ranks of society. The report shows that people over 30…

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Israelis are Overweight and Dying Sooner

in Health & Science

 A recent report from the OECD has shown an increase in Israel’s obesity statistics. The report shows that 50.9% of Israelis are overweight, and 35% of them are children. The report also shares that the additional weight might be the cause for shortening their lifespan, by about 3.3 years. For the half of Israelis who…

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