Health
Bacteriophage EFDG1 at a magnification of 20,000 to 30,000 times. Some phages are still bound to remains of the dead bacteria. (Photo: Ronen Hazan/Hebrew University)

Israeli veterinary teaching hospital is the cat’s meow

A dog suffering from a snake bit is taken care of at the Koret Veterinary School.Imagine one dog asking another: “How’s your health insurance policy? Satisfied with your HMO?” Both are legitimate questions because people and animals suffer many of …

Autistic children get an Israeli ‘biohug’

For Raffi Rembrand, necessity was definitely the mother of his invention. An Israeli engineer and father to a son with autism, Rembrand was well aware of the difficulties of raising a child with severe autism. He had devoured all the …