April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Find out about the most promising research in Israel to find preventions, treatments and cures.
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The Biblical Zoo is a favorite meeting spot to observe a vast range of animals in their natural habitats.
Founded to provide respirators to children in Jerusalem, the voluntary organization Yad Sarah has become the world’s largest lender of medical devices.
Ilya Grad was recently crowned the world’s best Thai boxer as well as one of the world’s 50 most gorgeous and talented Jewish men.
The romantic cloth fans aren’t just for celebs, though. Israel’s Sharon Jerusalmy envisions every woman carrying a few in her purse.
Amateur archeology experience in Israel lets you connect with the past and search for treasure, one careful shovelful at a time.
Handpicked artisans at the new studio and retail facility also volunteer in local schools, teaching skills from PhotoShop to knitting.
Chefs born in Israel are cooking and baking their way to fame in the fine-dining world of the United States and United Kingdom.
Caesarstone was the first company to use a high-tech process to turn quartz into a brand-new surfacing product. Now the kibbutz company leads the market worldwide.
Can’t stand the racket? Israeli noise-cancelling technology is going into almost everything from home appliances to airplane seats.