A Tree Grows in RahatHaaretz -- BGU researchers and students work together to "green" the Bedouin city of Rahat and improve environmental conditions throughout its community.
Social Network Bolsters Teen Emotions After Suicide BombingsJerusalem Post -- BGU researchers discover that teenagers who have a strong social support system are more resilient to depression after being exposed to terrorism-related stress.
A Night at the Museum Promotes Israel’s SouthNew Jersey Jewish News--���Monday at the Museum,��� part of an effort to revitalize Beer-Sheva���s Old City, is the brainchild of BGU Hebrew literature Professor Nissim Calderon.
Drug Appears Safe for Morning SicknessThe New York Times -- BGU researchers performed one of the largest studies ever done on a commonly used anti-nausea drug to conclude it is safe to use during pregnancy.
Study Finds Little Risk From a Morning Sickness MedicationLos Angeles Times -- BGU researchers ease the minds of pregnant women with their study showing no risk to fetuses when using a popular morning sickness medication.
Israeli University Honors Environmental Sculptor Dani KaravanGreen Prophet -- BGU honors one of Israel's most outstanding environmental sculptors, Dani Karavan, with an honorary doctoral degree.
Proposed Fruit and Vegetable Tax Threatens Healthy Food Culture, ...The Forward -- BGU economists Bradley Ruffle and Haim Shalit comment on the controversial fruit and vegetable tax Israeli lawmakers have recently proposed.
Israeli University Gives Rare Honor to JordanianThe Associated Press -- BGU is recognizing Dr. Mohammed al-Hadid, president of the Jordan Red Crescent, for a joint Israeli-Jordanian program in emergency medicine to be offered at BGU.
As Pope Ends Trip, Complaints EchoThe Wall Street Journal -- BGU professor of Jewish history Hanna Yablonka expresses her disappointment that Pope Benedict XVI and the Israeli authorities were unable to make a more profound effort to bridge divides.
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