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Resilience center in south receive lots of requests for emotional support

Due to the security situation and the danger on the roads, the physical access to the resilience centers has almost halted.

Ashdod hospital allows pet dog to be reunited with rave massacre survivor

To make her feel even better, her family members asked permission to bring in her beloved dog, as the pet would surely raise her spirits. 

Eight tips to cope with anxiety during war

Psychiatrist Dr. Ilan Volkov offers us ways to identify and cope with anxiety, and teaches us what we should really do in case of an anxiety attack.


Health Ministry invited public to get new Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

The newly adapted vaccine called mRNA-1273.214 showed much more protection against infection with all variants tested.

Rambam hospital's protected underground floor being readied in case of attack

The floor can contain about 700 beds in an emergency and function independently in terms of electricity, water and oxygen supply.

Breast milk donations called for by Health Ministry

Families or medical officials who care for babies, and women who are willing to donate breast milk, can contact; on WhatsApp 0526344101; or by phone to 073-260200

Emotional support in a time of unprecedented crisis and fear – questions and some answers

The organization has trained social workers and psychologists who undergo continual training events.

Long-COVID may not be the only long-term respiratory illness - study

Other long-term effects from respiratory infections are going unrecognized, but as of yet symptoms for such effects are unknown.

Israel fears measles outbreak as four infected at Tel Aviv kindergarten

The Health Ministry stressed that this is a “very rare event” as the children had all received the first dose of the measles vaccine.

This simple action could help reduce the risk of heart disease

Climbing just 50 steps a day can cut your heart disease risk by 20%.

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