December 11, 2010

Spectacles haven't changed much in 700 years, but now an Israeli professor is working on a new solution for deteriorating eyesight

A diagnostic kit by a US-Israeli biotech company detects increased risk of breast cancer long before the cells start to multiply, vastly improving the odds of a cure.

As temperatures finally begin inching down in Israel, now is the time for some unique winter activities to enjoy in Jerusalem. ISRAEL21c takes a look at some of the best.

From birdwatching on a major migration route, to staying at an eco-friendly B&B, tourists to Israel can have a great time traveling with minimal impact on the environment.........

EcoTourism in the Galilee

Knocking on heaven's door for rain
Rabbis, imams, priests and beauty queens are praying for rain as Israel experiences its driest November in decades, and what could be the seventh year of drought.

Searching for Israel's soul, Emmy-award winning NBC bureau chief Martin Fletcher chose to walk the country to cover daily living, rather than daily confrontations.

As Israel counts the cost of the Carmel forest fire, one of the
 orst civilian tragedies in its history, many find hope
 n the way the world, and even some of
 srael's nearest neighbors, responded.

It seems that timing really is everything. A new Israel-US
 ollaborative study shows that obesity ay not depend on what
 you eat, but when you eat it

Two Israeli companies are among the five winners of
General Electric's Ecomagination Challenge to develop
 deas for a better power grid and global energy transformation.

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