Shalom Life | July 01, 2014

Israeli Nonprofit Looks to Develop World’s First Kid-Friendly Wheelchair

June 02, 2014 | By Miles Rosenblatt

Wheelchairs of Hope has designed the first affordable wheelchair designed especially for kids

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Israeli Researchers Seek New Treatment of Huntington’s Disease

May 30, 2014 | By Rachel Dinh
Israeli Researchers Seek New Treatment of Huntington's Disease

Tel Aviv University professors find that suspected cause of Huntington’s is actually a defense mechanism

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Revolutionary Hologram- guided Heart Surgery is a Heartbeat Away

May 28, 2014 | By Abigail Klein Leichman
Revolutionary Hologram- guided Heart Surgery is a Heartbeat Away

Israel’s RealView Imaging 3D technology, featured on ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ brings science fiction to the actual operating rooms of tomorrow

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Israeli Farmer Names Melon After Justin Timberlake

May 27, 2014 | By Graham Sigurdson
Israeli Farmer Names Melon After Justin Timberlake

Timberlake plays Tel Aviv on May 28th

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Save A Bottle, Save A Life

May 27, 2014 | By Caitlin Marceau
Save A Bottle, Save A Life

We speak to 19-year-old Jordan Elist, who has found a way to help both the environment, and the hungry, one bottle at a time

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Hebrew University Researchers Discover New Process to Treat Cancerous Tumors

May 21, 2014 | By Sophie Imas
Hebrew University Researchers Discover New Process to Treat Cancerous Tumors

The finding has the potential to significantly influence the manner in which anti-cancer drugs are administered, as well as the development of a way to reverse the spread of cancerous growth

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Israeli Professor Uncovers Protein that Could Reverse Alzheimer’s Damage

May 20, 2014 | By Graham Sigurdson
Israeli Professor Uncovers Protein that Could Reverse Alzheimer's Damage

TAU Professor Illana Gozes hopes to lessen the damage of brain cells in Alzheimer’s patients

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Study Finds Drug That Could Prevent Injury-Related Epilepsy

May 19, 2014 | By Maya Yarowsky
Study Finds Drug That Could Prevent Injury-Related Epilepsy

"This is the first-ever approach in which epilepsy development is stopped, as opposed to common drugs that try to prevent seizures once epilepsy develops," says Israeli professor

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