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A study led by a team at Touro University Nevada has identified a new pathway that human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) uses to enter the nucleus of a healthy cell, where it can then replicate and go … more
St. John’s iCare Foundation is helping Far Rockaway students get back to school on the right foot, providing students with backpacks filled with school supplies and health information for a … more
The Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) awarded accreditation to the laboratory at GENESIS Fertility & Reproductive Medicine based on results of a recent on-site … more
Conservatives have long warned against George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire famous for pouring money into left-wing causes, but Rachel Ehrenfeld, author of “The Soros Agenda,” was … more
Six students from Woodmere, Cedarhurst and Lawrence were among 28 college undergraduates participating in the 12th annual Summer Science Research Internship Program operated jointly by Bar-Ilan … more
This is the way. The St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Way. Far Rockaway’s hospital was celebrated last Wednesday as Brookhaven Avenue at Beach 20th Street was named St. John’s … more
  University of Haifa researchers have discovered a significant association between autism and accelerated development of neurons in embryos. The findings shed new light on the … more
In a groundbreaking development in the fight against myeloma, Israeli researchers have developed a targeted procedure to effectively destroy cancer within bone marrow. Myeloma, also known as … more
Israeli researchers are challenging the prevailing use of the Body Mass Index as a measure of obesity, suggesting that body fat percentage is a more accurate indicator of an individual’s … more
Sometimes, kids just need a hug.  That’s especially true of children who have endured the horrors of war. In 2006, Israeli psychologists invented a plush dog called … more
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