MercyBeam, a unique X-ray condensing system from Israel, is on the path to market as leading hospitals are eager to use it for cancer patients of all ages.
New Israeli subscription service Cups allows New Yorkers the privilege of drinking unlimited cups of coffee at selected cafés.
Israeli developers come to the rescue with apps for everything from monitoring blood sugar to finding the nearest cardiac catheterization lab.
‘We put an emphasis on sleep, depression and sexual function,’ says Dr. Tali Cukierman-Yaffe, director of this one-of-a-kind clinic in Israel.
People seeking relief from chronic skin, respiratory and joint conditions benefit from the unique solar and mineral properties found only at the Dead Sea.
Real Imaging’s no-radiation, no-contact screening device could offer a lifesaving alternative to mammography for millions of women with dense breast tissue.
Could clowns one day replace painkillers and epidurals in hospital procedures? Israel’s medical clowning community thinks so.
Personalized online program from father-son owners of bedwetting clinics in Israel, London and NY extends reach of 30-year-old approach.
Octava Pink, a groundbreaking achievement in cancer detection, follows eight years of research at EventusDx in Jerusalem.
Cellect’s stem-cell selection kit could make bone-marrow transplants as low-risk as getting your appendix out.