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 The first class of students in the "physician assistant" program is expected in March 2026. (Illustrative).

Israel finally introduces the 'physician assistant' profession

 Jewish Democratic Council of America activists join the Jewish Rally for Abortion Justice outside the U.S. Capitol

Kentucky judge dismisses Jewish mothers’ lawsuit challenging state abortion ban

By Jackie Hajdenberg/JTA

What gut bacteria consist of may predict development of PTSD in children exposed to war

 Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest against plans for conscription discussed by Israel's High Court in Jerusalem, June 2, 2024

Israeli doctors threaten to leave country if haredi draft exemption is approved

 Sanolla's founder and CEO, Dr. Doron Adler

 Success for Sanolla's smartscope

Asthma breathing sick inhaler 390

Israel lacks pulmonologists to treat thousands with asthma, COPD, other lung diseases

Residents in Jerusalem walk through the city (illustrative).

Health crisis in Israel: War taking toll on Israelis' wellness

  AI (Artificial Intelligence) letters are placed on computer motherboard in this illustration taken, June 23, 2023

Bar-Ilan physicists engineer AI to increase confidence in autonomous vehicles

 Yad Sarah hotel

Yad Sarah encourages Israelis to welcome recovering heroes, evacuees, and seniors to the Seder

 Jessica Newman, Jerusalem-based acupuncturist.

Jessica Newman: Jerusalem's acupuncturist who gets the point

 The 2nd annual conference of the organization "For Your Sake"

AI revolutionizing medicine: Sci-fi made reality at Israeli confab

By Walla!
Man talking on mobile phone.

Medical hotline to assist patients and professionals reopens in Israel

New blood test for detecting Alzheimer's made available in Israel.

Simple blood test detecting Alzheimer's disease now available in Israel

 Amalia Adler-Waxman, SVP, Global Head of Sustainability and Head of Corporate Affairs of International Markets, Teva.

In the healthcare industry, diversity is crucial to serve patients better, says Teva VP

 Helmsley Medical Simulation Center team at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at Tel Aviv University

TAU Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences receives $12.67 million grant from Helmsley Trust

 Eli Bin, Director General of Magen David Adom at the Maariv Conference in Tel Aviv

Magen David Adom does not appear in Israel’s state budget - Eli Bin

 A doctor using the Chameleon system (illustrative)

Conference bridges AI and medicine to revolutionize healthcare

NHS Blood and Transplant embroidery seen on the uniform of a member of staff, following the announcement of the re-balloting voted in the long-running dispute over pay and staffing, in London, Britain, February 18, 2023.

Pro-Palestinian nurses eject Jewish boy from hospital bed, UK trust to probe