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The professor who discovered maladaptive daydreaming says the condition sometimes begins as a means of coping with depression, loneliness and social anxiety.
As a new film adaptation hits theaters this month, the themes from the 150-year-old classic book have more relevance today than ever.
From showstopping celebrities to tech disrupters, these are the Israelis who moved us in the 2010s.
Messi mania hits a fever pitch at Tel Aviv's Bloomfield Stadium as Barcelona teammates Messi and Luis Suarez met in exhibition match.
Aside from their natural-born awesomeness, of course.
Gravez provides detailed directions to more than a million burial sites in Israel.
New study shows that couples' breathing and heart rates sync up, and pain decreases, when they hold hands.
A friendly match between Uruguay and Argentina is the perfect time to celebrate 'La Pulga' himself and Israel's love of soccer.
From an Oscar-winning A-lister to a legendary classical musician, these are the celebrities we loved to watch on the beloved children's series.
The menswear designer gets a big career boost as a result of the prestigious prize.
From firmer skin to better sleep to natural energy boosts, people are increasingly interested in foods that serve a specific purpose.
Iro, a full-time street musician from Tel Aviv, skyrocketed to the top of the hip-hop charts after his appearance on 'Songland.'
A new travel program is putting a modern twist on the communal life.
MyHeritage's Tribal Quest project chronicles the Achuar people's rich family histories as their future hangs in the balance.
Researchers are working in Nigeria to help curb the spread of a potentially deadly parasite. And it all starts with a tiny, bug-eyed crustacean.