New sugar substitute may be sweet news for diabetics

Tel Aviv company has created a product that is several thousand times as sweet as sugar, and healthy to digest.

Yogis from around the world travel to Israel's scenic wilderness for festival

Hundreds gathered for annual event, which offered stunning views of the local landscape.

This children's nonprofit takes saving lives to heart

Save a Child's Heart has provided life-saving treatments to more than 4,500 kids from 58 countries.

Could these straws help you lose weight and stop snoring?

2 new devices, the Zen Eating Sipper and the Dream Sipper, claim to help people combat overeating and snoring by focusing on the way we swallow.

Israeli tech helping with water crises all across the globe

The latest is an Israeli invention that’s offering clean water in cholera-stricken Cameroon.

Here's more evidence that multitasking might not work

You may be able to perform more than one task at the same time, but not very well, new research says.

Are probiotic vitamins mostly useless? New study takes a look

Research casts doubt on the effectiveness of the popular dietary supplement.

Are you smarter in the fall? New study says brain power fluctuates by season

Researchers find a seasonal pattern in cognitive activity that peaks around the beginning of autumn.

A new technique to regrow damaged cartilage is revolutionizing knee surgery

Doctors are using a coral-based material as an implant to heal patients suffering from knee pain.

Never meditated? This simple hack can make you smarter

New study shows that a mere 10 minutes of daily meditation significantly improves your cognitive dexterity.

Turns out using smaller plates doesn't actually help you eat less

A new study debunks the popular diet trick.

Clues from Sigmund Freud's secret psychoanalytical society

A new exhibit in Israel sheds light on the secrets of a man obsessed with finding secrets.

This company will pay for your meal … unless it’s meat

Where's the beef? Not at WeWork, that's for sure.

In this country, pregnant women get to move to the front of the line

Because waiting is hard. And if you're waiting for two, it's twice as hard.

By fixing spines, these doctors are saving children's lives in rural Ethiopia

A team of surgeons from Israel fills a much-needed void in spinal care in the impoverished African country.