Should neurosurgery residents in hospitals get more sleep?

Should neurosurgery residents in hospitals get more sleep? It seems logical that medical residents who have graduated from medical school should be able to get a decent night’s sleep during the years they are learning a demanding medical specialty in hospitals. Surely, if they have eight

At least ten protesters dead in Iranian water protests

At least ten protesters dead in Iranian water protests Heavy droughts in Khuzestan in southwest Iran have led to civil unrest and protests that broke out ten days ago. The droughts are the worst in over a century, hitting agriculture and leading to power blackouts. The

UWI REPORT: ‘Israel’s Global Fight Against Covid-19’

UWI REPORT: ‘Israel’s Global Fight Against Covid-19’ More than a year has passed since the start of the pandemic, and it is time for you to know the results of UWI’s initiative. The Genesis Prize Foundation last year announced the 26 Israeli and international non-profit organizations

Diplomatic Victory: Israel Rejoins African Union

Diplomatic Victory: Israel Rejoins African Union Israel has relations with 46 countries in Africa, in the framework of which many and varied collaborations are conducted in the fields of development, trade and aid. By Aryeh Savir, TPS For the first time since 2002, Israel has rejoined

VIDEO: Did a Secret Israel-Russia War Almost Cause World War III?

VIDEO: Did a Secret Israel-Russia War Almost Cause World War III? This fascinating and little-known part of Israel’s history was a side note to the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States. In the years after the creation of the State of Israel,

VIDEO: Israeli Nabs Jewish State’s First Olympic Medal

VIDEO: Israeli Nabs Jewish State’s First Olympic Medal Israeli taekwondo fighter Avishag Samberg takes bronze as the country’s first medal in the Tokyo Olympics. With the Tokyo Olympics in full gear, Israelis are pumped for the country’s wins and medals. Thankfully, Israel didn’t have to wait