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Dr. Tal Patalon of Maccabi Healthcare Services spoke about Israel’s need to invest in the integration of new healthcare technologies at The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference in New York.

By LIOR NOVIK
07/06/2024

Reuth Tel Aviv Rehabilitation Hospital CEO speaks at the Jerusalem Post Conference in New York

"Rehabilitation in Israel is suffering from a severe shortage of beds." .

Providing Hope: The Dolansky Research and Treatment Program for Suicide Prevention

The goal of this program is to identify novel targets for treatment, as well as to develop and implement new therapeutic approaches to reverse depression and prevent suicide.

Taking the lead in PTSD treatment at TAU’s National Center for Traumatic Stress and Resilience

An emergency fund was raised by Tel Aviv University to speed up the opening of the clinic, which opened on January 1, 2024.

 Christina Applegate speaking at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con International

Christina Applegate discusses multiple sclerosis: Everything you need to know about the disease

In 2021, Applegate first revealed her struggle with the disease and has since used her platforms to raise awareness and encourage others facing similar challenges.

United Hatzalah's founder & president Eli Beer's recounts October 7 events

United Hatzalah's Resilient Volunteers Spotlighted at Jerusalem Post 2024.

Why does a cup of coffee in an Israeli hospital cost NIS 19?

Coffee, sandwiches, or pastries sold in hospital cafeterias are significantly more expensive than in other locations. The Knesset Health Committee will begin monitoring these prices.

Picture this: Taking photos of food can improve your diet

The study found the accuracy of the nutritional intake was far higher for the group that had taken photos of what they ate, compared to participants who were asked to remember what they had eaten.

Can coffee decrease dopamine levels in those diagnosed with Parkinson's disease?

Finish researchers found that patients who drank a lot of coffee had an 8.3% to 15.4% greater decrease in dopamine transporter binding compared to those with a low caffeine consumption.

New research shows promising results for innovative male contraception gel, reducing sperm count

Researchers report success with Nestron gel, a male contraceptive that reduces sperm count without side effects, offering a breakthrough in birth control options.

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