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The tumor in one mouse that was injected with human cancer cells completely disappeared.
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BGU was ranked 15th in this year's Nature Index of Young Universities, which ranks any university 50 years old or younger in the natural sciences.
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Men from a lower socioeconomic background are twice as likely to smoke than those who are more wealthy.
The brain’s “reward system” is why we find such pleasure in the perfect pair of high heels at 50% off, and still continue shopping for a matching handbag that we might not really need.
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A new way to make the classic shakshuka.
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A new study published in Science Advances on Thursday has shed light on the life of ancient legged snakes.
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More than 50% of people in the world suffer from some form of vision impairment.
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More than half of children had to travel without their parents in 2018; by July this year, that figure was just one in five.
Alzheimer's Disease is the most common form of dementia and is characterized by symptoms including memory loss, speech impairments, orientation problems, and an impairment of motor functions.
The latest capabilities to identify cellphone usage and smoking will be added to the system's current analysis of head pose, gaze, blink rate and eye openness to identify risks.
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The MayMaan system offers additional benefits, including a longer engine lifespan due to lower temperatures and clean combustion and reduced engine weight.
HU team says that “designer babies” are still more fantasy than future
"The Paris climate accord was unfair as far as trade is concerned, and the US was penalized through the Paris climate accord," said EPA chief Andrew Wheeler.
The implant is inserted into the knee joint through a small incision and mimics the function of the natural meniscus
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The company's immune-based protein signature MeMed BV distinguishes between bacterial and viral infections, helping physicians determine whether antibiotic treatment is appropriate.
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The data showed, however, that among Jewish men, the rate of people diagnosed with the disease has decreased, as has the number of men who smoke.
“The mostly night-time atrial fibrillation was shown to be caused by a mutation in a gene (KCND2), encoding a crucial component of a potassium ion channel (Kv4.2) in the heart."
“If you think Marlboros are bad because they’re addictive, then this is like a Marlboro on steroids.”
Once the pre-clinical research phase and human clinical trials are complete, the company will try to license the product globally.
"We are encouraged by the emerging safety profile and initial signals of anti-tumor activity of COM701," said Compugen president and CEO Dr. Anat Cohen-Dayan.
In Rockland County, everything depended on whether a team of about a half-dozen health officials could rally their community to stop one of the world's most contagious diseases from spreading.
Environmental groups said they hoped Trump would be defeated in 2020 by a rival who would re-join the agreement with bold new targets.
By SCOTT A. SHAY
The signs are clear, the science is proven and we Jews have been getting annual reminders in synagogue that this has happened before.
New Innovation Hub at Sheba Medical Center Aimed at Accelerating Cutting-edge Technologies Developed by Israeli Digital Healthcare Start-ups.
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