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Too many disabled children go without a wheelchair and some cannot even attend school because of their lack of mobility. An Israeli innovator seeks to change this reality by developing affordable wheelchairs for children in disadvantaged parts of the world.
Soldiers wounded in battle situations are often treated by a number of different doctors – medics on site, in helicopters, and in field hospitals – often working in difficult circumstances themselves. Often their only communication with each other is hastily scribbled notes, at best. While that presents problems with treating the soldiers effectively, a new Israeli device is offering new hope.
Around the world more than 10 million people suffer from Parkinson’s disease, a chronic movement disorder that causes the brain chemicals that coordinate the body’s movement and coordination to fail. Though more than 60,000 people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD) annually in the U.S. alone, diagnosing with certainty is still a challenge – and usually occurs later than would be ideal for effective treatment. A team of Israeli researchers and doctors are hoping to change that.
Israel innovators discover how to use laser technology to find explosives before it’s too late.