The Science Behind Cupping TherapyA BGU researcher weighs in on a Yiddish folk remedy that is getting Olympic attention.
Flu Vaccines Aren’t as Effective on the ObeseA BGU scientist participates in research that tests flu vaccines on overweight mice.
Toby Mower Curriculum Concludes Nurse Training CourseThe course helps primary care nurses improve the care they give to patients with addictions.
How Prawns Can Combat DiseaseA BGU research team is using prawns to feed on parasite-carrying snails in Africa.
Wine Has Demonstrable Benefits for Type 2 DiabetesA two-year BGU study shows moderate wine consumption can raise good cholesterol while lowering the bad.
Smog Poses a Threat to Heart HealthBGU research finds a correlation between air pollution exposure and detrimental changes in cholesterol.
Medical Marijuana Users Benefit From TreatmentA two-year study led by a BGU professor shows benefits outweigh drawbacks of prescription cannabis use.
Searching for Answers About Crohn’s DiseaseBGU researchers find stress can worsen Crohn’s symptoms, but a strong support system can help.
Unlikely Genetic Cousins DiscoveredBGU researchers track down a rare genetic mutational link between Bedouin and Ethiopian families.
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