Female Physicians Are Less Likely to Admit Women to ICU
A female patient treated by a female physician is less likely to be admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU)
The Successes and Challenges of Israeli Health Care
Prof. A. Mark Clarfield edited the first Israel-focused issue of The Lancet, a top medical journal.
Possible Cause of Alzheimer’s Discovered
BGU researchers have determined that the protein SIRT6 is almost completely absent in Alzheimer's patients.
Mother’s Family History Could Lead to Preterm Birth
BGU study finds that a woman whose mother or aunts had premature deliveries is at risk for giving birth early.
Fertility Treatments Pose Risk of Pediatric Cancers
BGU researchers analyzed 242,187 infants between 1991 and 2013 and found higher rates of cancer in IVF births.
New Membranes Remove Viruses From Drinking Water
The new BGU-developed filtration method requires little energy and no harmful chemicals, unlike others.
Picturing Cold Increases Cognitive Control
BGU research demonstrates that merely looking at photos of cold places increases cognitive control.
Protecting Driver Privacy in the Connected Age
BGU research has shown a driver's private information can be compromised when stored by insurance companies.
Scanners Can Be Hijacked to Perpetrate Cyberattacks
New BGU research shows a company's network can be infiltrated through an office scanner by manipulating light.
Hackers Can See What YouTube Videos You Watch
Despite YouTube’s attempts to safeguard user anonymity, a BGU researcher discovered a flaw in their methods.