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After the flu-related deaths of nearly 70 children across the country and increased cases in Nassau County, doctors are warning about an “epidemic.” “We’ve seen a lot of … more
The Touro College and University System’s medical school is offering advice on how to confront the spreading Coronavirus. The Center for Disaster Medicine at New York Medical College … more
A medical team from Israel (pictured) is in the Pacific island nation of Samoa to assist overwhelmed health-care workers trying to contain a serious measles epidemic and treat those already … more
Not long ago, an Orthodox rabbi in his early 70s with lung cancer was rushed to Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital with heart failure. The dying patient previously had asked his family that he not … more
Women under 50 are the most stressed out as holidays approach, with 61 percent saying their stress level is high or very high, according to the latest “Truth in Medicine” poll of New York metro … more
The first youth Magen David Adom volunteer course for members of the ultra-Orthodox sector was recently completed at MDA’s Yavniel station. Fifteen Yavniel teens, 15 and 16, have now joined MDA … more
The largest hospital in Israel will be built in Beersheva if a proposal to expand an area that the city can develop is approved by the National Council for Planning and Construction, according to … more
At least two people who were born at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway attended what amounted to the health care facility’s relaunch last month, celebrating the official openings of … more
When Emil and Lili Berkovits moved to Boynton Beach, Florida, from Salem, Massachusetts, in 2014, they were excited to start their retirement after Emil’s long career as a cantor. A … more
With each grade in Shulamith School for Girls “adopting” different chessed organizations to support, the fifth grade jumped on the bandwagon by establishing Ten Chiyuch in conjunction with the … more
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