Shalom Life | July 01, 2014

‘HelpAround’ App Helps Diabetics Find Immediate Help In A Crowd

June 19, 2014 | By Shiri Wasserman, NoCamels
‘HelpAround’ App Helps Diabetics Find Immediate Help In A Crowd

For the nearly 347 million people diagnosed with diabetes around the world, forgetting their insulin pump or test strips at home could be a matter of life or death.

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NaNose: The Breathalyzer Test That Sniffs Out Lung Cancer Before It Spreads

June 19, 2014 | By NoCamels Team
NaNose: The Breathalyzer Test That Sniffs Out Lung Cancer Before It Spreads

Now a new device developed by a team of Israeli, American, and British cancer researchers may turn the tide by both accurately detecting lung cancer and identifying its stage of progression.

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Israeli Startup Invents Vibrating Capsule That Frees Up Intestinal Traffic Jams

June 18, 2014 | By NoCamels Team
Israeli Startup Invents Vibrating Capsule That Frees Up Intestinal Traffic Jams

A new treatment comes out of Tel Aviv University that may help to alleviate chronic constipation.

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UJA Federation Rewarded for Reducing its Carbon Footprint

June 12, 2014 | By Dan Horowitz
UJA Federation Rewarded for Reducing its Carbon Footprint

UJA Toronto’s Headquarters has received the Customers for Conservation award for its leadership in energy conservation

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How an Israeli PhD Student Won $100K in Singapore

June 09, 2014 | By Abigail Klein Leichman
How an Israeli PhD Student Won $100K in Singapore

Yossi Kabessa’s proposed biosensors made of engineered bacteria are getting worldwide attention for their potential to detect pollutants in city waterworks

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Does Circumcision Lower Your Risk of Prostate Cancer?

June 05, 2014 | By Hugh Holt
Does Circumcision Lower Your Risk of Prostate Cancer?

New Canadian study suggests a possible leak between male circumcision and a lower risk of prostate cancer

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Chicago Suing Israel’s Teva

June 05, 2014 | By Shaleni McBain
Chicago Suing Israel’s Teva

The third largest city in the U.S. claims the Israeli company is excessively promoting painkillers, particularly opium

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Israelis Develop First Blood Test for Breast Cancer

June 03, 2014 | By Ruthie Blum
Israelis Develop First Blood Test for Breast Cancer

Octava Pink, a groundbreaking achievement in cancer detection, follows eight years of research at EventusDx in Jerusalem

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