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April 13, 2019 by Michael Kuttner
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The elections may be over but the hard work of establishing a viable coalition has only just begun.

Undeterred by political shenanigans however the country forges ahead full speed establishing more world firsts in a variety of fields.


 Does the prospect of small automated robot “worms” crawling around inside your body terrify you? It shouldn’t, if these revolutionary developments can lead to enhanced and much better diagnostic techniques. Likewise the ability of autonomous mini “cockroaches” to assist in the search for buried people after earthquakes or other such disasters may well herald good news for search and rescue teams.

Watch and be amazed at what Israeli scientists are developing:




 Israeli researchers are busy developing more effective and targeted treatments for patients suffering from cancer. This will greatly benefit not just Israelis but also all of humanity.

See how this is happening:



 Israel has the lowest rate of diet-related deaths worldwide, according to a major study published by researchers at the University of Washington.

The most in-depth study of its kind to date, published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet, revealed that globally, one in five deaths (11 million deaths) in 2017 were associated with poor diet, with cardiovascular disease the largest contributor, followed by cancers and type 2 diabetes.

The countries with the lowest rates of diet-related deaths were Israel (89 deaths per 100,000 people), followed by France, Spain, Japan and Andorra. The United Kingdom ranked 23rd worldwide (127 deaths per 100,000 people), the United States was ranked 43rd (171 deaths per 100,000 people) and China was ranked 140th (350 deaths per 100,000 people).

This study affirms what many have thought for several years – that poor diet is responsible for more deaths than any other risk factor in the world

While sodium, sugar and fat have been the focus of policy debates over the past two decades, the leading dietary risk factors are high intake of sodium, or low intake of healthy foods, such as whole grains, fruit, nuts and seeds, and vegetables.


Imagine if we could solve the plastic pollution problem by inventing a product which looks like plastic, acts like plastic but is NOT plastic because it dissolves once it is no longer needed.

This is rapidly becoming a reality thanks to Israeli research and development.

Here is the proof:

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