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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, May 25, 2017


Getting to the hospital as quickly as possible plays a key role in insuring ones survival of a heart attack.Israeli citizens – and those who are concerned about the Israelis well-being – will be happy to learn that the past decade has brought with it a 50%-plus decline in fatal heart attacks among their countrymen. This piece of good news was discovered by the Israel Heart Society, which conducts a survey every two years in conjunction with the Israel Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery.

The report revealed that, between the years 2000 and 2010, 57% fewer Israelis died of a heart attack when they were either immediately hospitalized or hospitalized up to a week after the heart attack – a significant drop from a mortality rate of 5.1%-5.2% in 2000 to a mortality rate of 2.1%-2.2% in 2010. Even so, according to the report, Israelis tend to wait an

Taking a Proactive Roll in Your Own  Health and Well-Being This Pesach

The Passover season is steeped with the message of the strength of change. Each of us as an individual is capable of change, and collectively we are capable of national change. The reason change is possible is because we are a free people with the ability to exercise free choice.

Pesach is called by the sages as “Zman Chairusanu”, the “Time for Our Freedom”.


Freedom from our past mistakes.

Freedom from our Yetzar Hara

Experts Weigh in on New Study Claiming Chocolate Can Contribute to Weight Loss

Do you like chocolate? Do you forgo the Snickers bar at the corner shop because you fear it may come at the expense of your waistline? Well, a recent study suggests you may be in the wrong.


According to a report published as a research letter in the Archives of Internal Medicine last week, chocolate may actually contribute to weight loss. Contrary to popular opinion, the study, conducted by a team of

Year after year, the number one new year’s resolution people have is to lose weight. And, according to Time magazine, it’s also the number one broken resolution. Great intentions in January fall by the wayside and, come spring, warmer weather and lighter clothes remind us of those forgotten winter goals.

One effective way to jump start the path toward fitness is through a weight loss getaway, something observed by the staff at the Isabella Freedman Retreat Center. This April, a week after

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its estimate of autism prevalence in the United States to 1 in 88 children (1 in 54 boys and 1 in 252 girls). By comparison, this is more children than are affected by diabetes, AIDS, cancer, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy or Down syndrome – combined.

The new numbers - based on a 2008 snapshot of 14 monitoring sites - represent a 78 percent increase in autism over the previous five years. They represent a