Israelis launch global good Samaritan campaign to help those in quarantine

From buying Netflix gift cards to delivering groceries and good cheer, no act is too small in the #CoronaConnectionChallenge.

IsraAid launches program to help coronavirus first responders cope

The humanitarian aid agency is responding to concerns about the psychosocial effects of the outbreak on health care workers.

Podcast: Doctor in quarantine answers questions about the coronavirus

We had 30 minutes to ask an infectious disease expert everything we wanted to know about the fast-spreading virus.

Why wearing a surgical mask in public isn't about you

From the common cold and flu to the coronavirus, it's more useful for someone who is already sick to cover their face, according to an infectious disease doctor.

Life in quarantine, from a doctor on the front lines of the coronavirus

For Dr. Ran Nir-Paz of Hadassah Hospital, it's all about making the best of a tough situation.

Israeli doctor rushes to Japan to help with coronavirus outbreak

Dr. Ran Nir-Paz is on the front line tending to cruise ship passengers, and is hopeful the spread of the disease is slowing down.

For kids with cancer, a special camp offers a return to childhood

Sunrise Day Camp ensures children don't lose their sense of joy and wonder, despite their illness.

IsraAid rushes urgent medical supplies on last plane to China

Humanitarians send protective gear on flight from Tel Aviv to Zhuhai to help contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Exclusive: Dr. Ruth on sex talk, life as an immigrant and being 'Omi'

The famed 'sexpert' has written 45 books, hosted numerous TV and radio shows and even starred in her own sitcom. But at home, she just wants to be a grandma.

Want good sex? Donate to Dr. Ruth's scholarship fund

The famed sex therapist made a cheeky promise upon learning she's getting an honorary degree from Israel's Ben-Gurion University.

Why dieting can lead to loneliness

Skipping an office birthday party or a business lunch may mean less opportunities to connect.

When daydreaming becomes a disorder

The professor who discovered maladaptive daydreaming says the condition sometimes begins as a means of coping with depression, loneliness and social anxiety.

Israeli startup succeeds where Theranos failed

FDA approves use of a toaster-sized machine that can conduct a complex blood test with a simple finger prick.

Scientists discovered something amazing about left-handed women

Aside from their natural-born awesomeness, of course.

Science confirms: The healing power of touch is real

New study shows that couples' breathing and heart rates sync up, and pain decreases, when they hold hands.