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Visibly pregnant 34-year-old Narkis receives her coronavirus vaccine in Tel Aviv, January 21, 2021.

COVID-19: Does wearing masks affect pregnant women? Study says it might

"Wearing a mask may create a hard-to-ventilate space leading to blood carbon dioxide accumulation and decreased oxygen levels."

COVID-19: 5 questions about immunity on International Day of Immunology

This year, with the COVID-19 crisis still raging in most of the world, understanding immunity - what it means, how it works and when - is more relevant than ever.

Hadassah-University Medical Center closes its last COVID ward

As serious cases of COVID in Israel continue to decline in number, Hadassah-University Medical Center close their last remaining COVID ward.

Hadassah ophthalmologist first Israeli to win top ARVO award

Prof. Jacob Peer, head of the Onco-Ophthalmology department at Hadassah, won the Joanne G. Angle award.

Top Hadassah doc offers 7 COVID-19 lessons in honor of World Health Day

2020 was a year of learning new processes, studying new treatments and training new staff to serve in a time of crisis.

COVID-19 wards shutting down across Israel due to rapid vaccinations

With reports of declining cases, only a few patients need to be hospitalized every day. These days, corona wards in hospitals across the country are almost no longer accepting new patients.

Hadassah Medical Center medical staff member receives the second round of the Covid-19 vaccine, at t

Vaccines prevented 500 Hadassah employees from catching COVID-19 – study

A decrease in morbidity among healthcare workers was already observed within two weeks after receiving their first shot.


Israeli company claims oral COVID-19 vaccine on its way

An oral vaccine could potentially allow for people to self vaccinate at home.

A nurse works in the new COVID-19 ICU for children at Hadassah-University Medical Center

Hadassah Hospital unable to pay suppliers due to lack of funds

The hospital warned that, unless funds are arranged immediately, the hospital will need to work in an emergency mode, impacting the level of care it can provide the public.

Sara Netanyahu

Sara Netanyahu hospitalized for appendicitis

The prime minister's wife is undergoing a series of tests and will remain hospitalized for a few days.

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