Mass Media Exposure Increases Demand for VaccinesGovernments and well informed media should work together to contain outbreaks and epidemics.
Wine Tied to Healthier Arteries for Some DiabeticsBGU studied people with type 2 diabetes who drank wine daily as part of a Mediterranean diet.
BGU Neonatal Experts Provide Training in GhanaThey teach neonatal techniques and assess operational successes and challenges in two hospitals.
Medical Cannabis Is Effective in Elderly PatientsBGU finds that therapeutic use of marijuana helps relieve chronic pain due to diseases such as cancer.
Building Bridges Through MedicineDr. Adi Leiba brings together Israeli and Palestinian medical professionals in the West Bank for training.
Female Physicians Are Less Likely to Admit Women to ICUBGU researchers found male and female physicians selected critically ill patients differently.
Hits to the Head, Not Concussions, Cause CTEA new study links repetitive hits to the head with this disease found in football players.
Conception During IUD Use Increases Risk for BabyBGU study finds risks to women who, in rare cases, get pregnant while using this contraceptive.
BGU Helps Open Senior Citizens Technology LabThis lab is the world's first innovation laboratory designed to cater to the needs of senior citizens.
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