Health & Nutrition
Identify and Treat Post-Partum Depression
How do you know what to look for? What treatments are available?
Alone Having a Heart Attack? You Can Save Your Own Life!
These steps can save your life if you cannot get immediate medical attention.
News That’s Worth Its Salt
Salt of the Earth, Israel's main salt manufacturer, is looking to revolutionize the way the world consumes salt.
Java and Genetics
Why is that your coworker can make it through the day with a cup and a half of coffee but you need three to get through morning? The answer may be in your genes.
Something Fishy Going On
Eating oily fish can improve reading skills in children.
Trampoline parks: a blast and a half or possibly dangerous?
Vitamin D Defeats Ashtma
Taking Vitamin D may be important for people with asthma, according to a new meta-study by Cochrane.
Study: Kids Raised on Skim Milk Not Slimmer than Kids Raised on Regular Milk
They also have lower levels of Vitamin D
The Rambam on Health and Nutrition: Forget Everything That You Believed About Disease
Avner Shaki, a Hidabrut website writer, participated in a health workshop that was led by experts in natural healing and the Rambam’s writings. For a week he tasted only fruits, vegetables and legumes, and didn’t get near pizza and chocolate. He survived to tell the tale
Meal Replacements: Do Those Bars and Shakes Really Work?
When you're looking to lose weight, a grab-and-go French vanilla bottled shake or mint-chocolate chip bar may seem like a simple and inexpensive solution: a balanced, nutritious, tasty meal with no cooking or dishes! But are they really effective? Will they help you lose weight and keep off the pounds?
Skin Patch May Reduce Peanut Allergy
Half of those treated with the Viaskin Peanut patch for one year were able to consumer at least 10 times more peanut protein than before
Skin Cancer is on the rise
Why do we keep getting sunburned despite all the sunscreen we are applying?
Scientists Discover Why We Wake Up Stiff and Achy in the Morning
The body's biological clock suppresses anti-inflammatory proteins during sleep and when we get up each morning, the effects of the proteins wear off.
Watch: Father who Managed to Cure His Three Year-old Son from Cancer
"I was stunned when doctors said the word 'cancer' in the same breath with the name of my son. The story of a brave father, who with a lot of courage and spirit, was able to heal his son from cancer. Must watch
Why Is Cancer Less Common In Elephants?
Scientists were intrigued why elephants, which have more cells than humans, hardly develop cancer. Now they think they have the answer- and it may even help humans
Spiritual Wellness - Rule D: Exposure to Nature
Humans were never meant to live inside cubes of cement, or travel inside mobile metal boxes on winding roads of tar. Man is composed of both material and spiritual components that are supposed to coexist in the natural environment in which he is placed after his inception
Spiritual Wellness - Rule C: Flaws of Society
A person who lives with the false premise that he is unwanted by the people he meets and lives with, and that he is surrounded by evil strangers, may eventually conclude that the whole world around him is alien and evil. Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains how to deal with fears and phobias that may cause mental illness
Wellness of the Mind - Introduction
Why are the number of people suffering from mental illnesses these days on the rise?
The importance of exercise in Judaism - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Maimonides considers physical exercise to be one of the most important conditions for maintaining a healthy body
The Patients Who Survived Their Prognosis
Prof. Moshe Frenkel, a Clinical Associate at the University of Texas, and chairman of the Israeli Society for Complementary Medicine, talks about cancer patients who survived beyond their prognosis. What can be learned from them?