Rare study of bereaved parents found decision to keep on living isn't a given
Science & Health
Holocaust and other trauma had been reported to be inheritable, but it's impossible to tease out the influence of genetic modification from that of horrific stories.
Four years since the first lab hamburger was introduced, the cultured meat field is flourishing in Israel and abroad. Who knows what people will be grilling come next Independence Day
Telling the scientific truth involves a long and winding road, and sometimes laziness and anxiety conspire to conceal it
While stricter enforcement is helping to keep access to the lake open and free, local tourism providers warn that the lack of income will affect the maintenance of local sites
Describing the U.S. election as a 'case study,' Facebook says it has become a battleground for governments to manipulate public opinion in other countries
Discovery comes in experiments done on mice, links outbreak with marijuana, hashish and a synthetic drug known as 'Nice Guy'
Eilat is home to Israel’s one and only coral reef, which is quite the tourism magnet
If not, who used strategically placed blows to break mastodon bones found in Southern California?
What do dying people regret? And what do they want to know?
Special hydrogel could bring the answer to thirsty cities in a warming world
Its tube-shaped shells had been spotted since the 1700s, but the animal itself was never encountered until now
The reliance of wolves on human-sourced food is a sign that their ecosystem is in decline, study shows
Although few will openly admit it, Israel’s system of socialized medicine and inclusive approach to pre-existing conditions can tip the balance for American Jews considering a permanent move to Israel
Big Brother is not usually very welcome in the kitchen, but the fact is that outlawing trans fat in some counties has reduced heart trouble
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder is usually associated with soldiers who have been emotionally scarred in battle, or victims of terror attacks. A new study shows it is equally common among women who have experienced a late pregnancy loss
Environmental Protection Ministry provides 180,000 shekels, enough to take care of the 1,250 macaques for just a month at the Mazor Farm
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is saying this is the first demonstration of a functional standoff land mine detection system
Grandmother’s premature delivery jacks up probability of premature birth by 30 percent – and so does an aunt’s, new data study finds
Jerusalem's Hebrew University has opened the world's first multidisciplinary center to further explore the plants therapeutic potential
A new study sheds light on the subject but leaves people still wondering: why were our ancestors cannibals?
Team from Bar-Ilan University hopes its discovery will contribute to the fight again malaria and other parasite-borne diseases.
Brazilian and African rice strains modified with mustard gene grew nicely and kept yielding under harsher conditions, researchers found.
Low but clinical doses of penicillin given to mama or nursing baby mice induced persisting changes not only in gut flora and brain inflammation, but in behavior.
Stress was known to shut down protein production in our cells. But the bad boy of physiology turns out to be essential to life in yet another way.