Monthly Archives: May 2011

Congress sides with Israel

US Congress sides with Netanyahu over Obama Wednesday, May 25, 2011 | Ryan Jones, Israel Today   Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before the US Congress on Tuesday was seen by most Israelis as a resounding success, and as … Continue reading

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Sleep disorder can be deadly

CLINICAL STUDIES Reprinted from Cardiovascular Business, May 23, 2011 Heart Rhythm Journal: Sleep-disorder breathing increases risk of deadly arrhythmias Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) affects 24 percent of males and 9 percent of females in the population and has been linked to … Continue reading

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Israel is growing stronger

Israel as Middle Eastern hegemon The demographic time bomb in the region is not the Palestinian Arabs on the West Bank, as the Israeli peace party wrongly believed, but rather Israel itself. By Spengler, Asia Times, May 23, 2011   … Continue reading

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Israel and AIPAC should thank Obama for his proposal

Does Obama have something up his sleeve that even he can’t see? The 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps will never produce a peaceful outcome. Yet, the Obama proposals may actually contribute to developing a resolution to the conflict. By … Continue reading

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Better screening for prostate cancer

Death From Prostate Cancer May Be Predicted With Earlier and Fewer Tests By Robert Langreth, Bloomberg – May 19, 2011 Prostate cancer screening beginning from ages 44 to 50 may rule out the risk of dying in half of men, … Continue reading

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Israel protects the West

The UN Vote on A Palestinian State Liberty is in the cross-hairs and the defender of that liberty, of our liberty, are the children of Israel. They are our chosen people sacrificing their blood so we may remain immune to … Continue reading

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Teva progresses on lymphoma drug

Teva and CureTech Announce Positive Phase II Data from CT-011, an Investigational Antibody in Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma Press Release, 05/17/2011 | 03:35 am Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (NASDAQ: TEVA) and CureTech, a portfolio company of Teva and Clal … Continue reading

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Everyone deserves a second chance

Pesach Sheini Submitted by Rabbi Shlomo Price, Yeshiva Neveh Zion This Wednesday is the fourteenth day of the month of Iyar which is Pesach Sheini, the “Second Passover.” When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, this day served as a … Continue reading

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