An implantable bio-artificial pancreas developed in Israel is going into clinical trials to determine if its unique features provide the key to a cure.
New Weizmann Institute study shows olfactory conditioning while you sleep can change your behavior and help with addictions.
A first-in-class pocket-sized metered-dose cannabis inhaler helps patients and doctors control, monitor and fine-tune dosages.
The novel Pneumonitor device alerts nurses well before ventilated preterm newborns go into respiratory distress.
Two promising Israeli treatments target common conditions affecting millions of men across the world.
A significant study by Israeli, American and Swedish researchers pins the blame for type 1 diabetes on a virus contracted by mothers during pregnancy.
ISRAEL21c marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month by speaking to a leading Israeli researcher about two revolutionary innovations for breast cancer.
‘The ability to have discussions on medical and paramedical issues between physicians all over the world is very exciting,’ says Israeli neurosurgeon.
Israeli professors have developed a computer algorithm that predicts which genes can be “turned off” to create the same anti-aging effect as calorie restriction.