On the other hand

December 27, 2021 by Michael Kuttner
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Once again another corona variant has upset the tourism applecart with Chanukah and Christmas pilgrims prevented from visiting.

Nobody knows, least of all the medical experts, how long this will last and when the next mutation will appear.

Meanwhile, we hunker down and hope for the best.

None of these impediments however has impeded the flow of positive news.



 This disease affects millions worldwide and leads to adult blindness.

An Israeli company has developed an innovative method for tests to be undertaken at home and the results forwarded to a clinic for quick evaluation.



 Israeli research has discovered a potentially positive treatment for autism.

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 Intensive Care Units in hospitals throughout the world are all under immense pressure in the face of COVID Omicron and in the northern hemisphere, an upsurge in winter ailments.

Shortages of staff and not enough beds all combine to make errors and mistakes a common treat.

Israeli innovation once again comes to the rescue.



 Israel is stepping up its war against sugar-based drinks in an effort to combat diabetes and weight problems, especially in children.

In one of those twists of fate, researchers have now made an amazing discovery whereby a certain sweetener may have the potential to treat Parkinson’s disease.



 Israel is to donate millions of corona vaccines to African nations.

Will this garner the country any kudos at the United Nations? Not likely. Israel’s past humanitarian efforts in the face of disasters, medical and climatic, have elicited no acknowledgement from those who habitually vote against it at every opportunity.

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