A recent study presents evidence that a cave system in Samaria was used throughout ancient times as a refuge from invaders, just as described in the Book of Judges.
Alongside the research center, the Multidisciplinary School for Sustainability and the Environment will be the university’s teaching center that will train the next generation of experts in these fields.
Prehistoric human vertebra discovered in the Jordan Valley tells the story of prehistoric migrations from Africa
The new find from ‘Ubeidiya sheds light on this question. “Due to the difference in size and shape of the vertebra from ‘Ubeidiya and those found in the Republic of Georgia, we now have unambiguous evidence of the presence of two distinct dispersal waves.”
The treatment was based on the bio-psycho-social approach and implicitly included not only the infants but also parents and members of the nuclear family.
Israeli researchers show how to get potential treatments tested even when Big Pharma is not interested
Their shared mentality dictated out-of-the-box thinking and nimble operations, and therefore, even though they expected little financial profit from their work, they operated CliniCrowd as a corporation, rather than a non-profit.
How do you persuade the ultra-Orthodox to eat nutritious meals and prevent chronic diseases when they believe the Messiah will come tomorrow?
especially in communities that believe the Messiah will arrive long before then – is unlikely to be meaningful. A new emphasis on the benefits that healthy eating has on learning may well prove more effective.
Major Galilee initiative to fight diabetes will be aided by diversity of populations in the north of Israel
The initiative aims to integrate aspects of the field that are often ignored by bringing together a broad spectrum of scholars; health care, social services and industry professionals; religious community leaders; women’s organizations; municipalities; non-governmental organizations; and Israel Diabetes Association centers.
The agreement was signed by Dr. Shimon Ohayon, director of the Dahan Center, and Dr. Abdellah Ouzitane, founding president of Morocco’s Center for Studies and Research on Hebraic Law
Bar-Ilan University team develops molecular strategy for treating blood cancers without damaging healthy cells
Using a device developed by BIU Prof. Yanai Ofran, small molecules were identified in Barda-Saad’s lab that do, in fact, damage cancer cells without posing too much risk to healthy cells.
The researchers collected, mapped, modeled and analyzed data on all recorded live births, residential information at the time of birth, and outdoor temperatures throughout the pregnancy.