Dan Even (Haaretz)

Premature Babies Prefer Mozart to Bach: Study

An Israeli study has demonstrated that listening to the music of Mozart is more conducive to the development of premature babies than is exposure to Bach.

Ethiopian Birth Rate Plunged Amid Israel's Secret Contraception Program

A Knesset study prompted by news reports about the administration of contraceptive injections to Ethiopian immigrant women before and after their arrival in Israel shows that these women gave birth to significantly fewer children in Israel than their peers who came to Israel in the 1990’s, before the practice became widespread.

Puff Drop: Israelis are smoking less. A new study shows a 14% drop in the number of smokers, although just 3% fewer cigarettes were consumed, shedding some doubt on the veracity of the responses.

Smoking Rate Drops Fast in Israel

The number of smokers in Israel is continuing to decline, according to a Health Ministry study

Israeli Woman Dies After Eating Nutella Spread

A 26-year-old woman died Thursday morning due to a severe nut allergy prompted by eating chocolate spread in a Tel Aviv restaurant after the staff promised her the chocolate did not contain nuts.