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09/08/2017
In recognition of his years of volunteering for “Our Children”, which supports Schneider Children’s, Asher Amado, received the Clalit Health Services CEO’s Award in the annual tribute ceremony for volunteersRead more...
31/07/2017
14½-year-old Chaim-Daniel Mansherein, who suffered from kidney failure and had undergone hemodialysis treatments for the past two years, was given a new lease on life following a kidney transplant at Schneider Children’sRead more...
26/07/2017
Doctors offer tips to avoid the next tragedy during the hot summer months.Read more...
16/07/2017
A new clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of children with suspected skeletal development disorders has opened at Schneider Children’sRead more...
10/07/2017
Itamar’s life was saved when a team of specialists conducted an emergency procedure to remove a whistle from a rubber duck that was stuck in his throat blocking his airwaysRead more...
03/07/2017
Prof. Alan Apter, senior physician and former director of the Department of Psychological Medicine at Schneider Children’s, and one of the leading child psychiatrists in Israel, was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award by the European Society for the Study of Tourette Syndrome (ESSTS).Read more...
18/06/2017
Ilan Osran, a psychologist in the Institute of Gastroenterology, Nutrition and Liver Diseases at Schneider Children’s, advises how we can help the child overcome the fear of blood tests, reduce anxiety and foster the best cooperationRead more...
11/06/2017
A new service was recently introduced at Schneider Children’s for the assessment and care of children suffering from hyper-salivation (excessive production of saliva)Read more...
04/06/2017
Prof. Shai Ashkenazi, Director of Pediatrics “A” at Schneider Children’s, received an award by the European Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID) in recognition of his long-term contribution to medical education in infectious disease in childrenRead more...
21/05/2017
Specialists at Schneider Children’s issue recommendations about how to enjoy the Festival safelyRead more...
14/05/2017
Schneider Children’s recently opened a multidisciplinary center for the treatment of pediatric thyroid gland diseases in cooperation with Beilinson HospitalRead more...
14/05/2017
International Nurses Day 2017 was marked at Schneider Children’s with a variety of activitiesRead more...
10/05/2017
DreaMed Diabetes, Schneider Children’s, and the John A. Paulson School for Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard University, will collaborate to improve Type I Diabetes careRead more...
27/04/2017
Specialists at Schneider Children’s recently operated on a 19-month-old toddler to remove a chain of about 40 strong magnets from his colonRead more...
24/04/2017
A toddler was brought to the Emergency Department (ER) at Schneider Children’s after his mother noticed that the “candies” he had swallowed were in fact toy gel balls.Read more...
02/04/2017
The Institute of Endocrinology and Diabetes and the International Diabetes Center (IDC) in Minneapolis, USA, have been awarded a competitive prestigious grant of $7 million towards second generation research of the artificial pancreas system aimed to treat youngsters with Type I DiabetesRead more...
02/04/2017
Specialists in Schneider Children's Institute of Endocrinology and Diabetes offer tips to diabetics for healthy and safe travel abroadRead more...
30/03/2017
Staff from the administration and medical sectors at Schneider Children’s Medical Center mobilized to volunteer as part of the annual Good Deeds Day which took place on Tuesday, March 28, 2017Read more...
26/03/2017
Specialists at Schneider Children’s Medical Center have issued tips for the coming Passover Festival about enjoying the holiday safely and carefully without gaining weightRead more...
19/03/2017
The new clinic for the advanced treatment of epilepsy centralizes the care of children suffering from severe seizures that are resistant to standard medicationsRead more...
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