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Coronavirus in Israel - News & Resources in English | Tel Aviv Doctor

Coronavirus in Israel – News & Resources

Coronavirus in Israel – News & Resources For up to date information, please visit the Ministry of Health’s website with all the details and information regarding home quarantine requirements. From January 2020 until mid-March 2020 we updated this blogpost multiple times to share medical news about the emerging Coronavirus pandemic in Israel – medical info intended for travellers and expats in Israel without access to Hebrew news. We will keep sharing relevant Coronavirus information for expats and foreigners in Israel in our blog and on our Social Media. Most recently in February 2021: Corona vaccination for non-Israelis in Tel Aviv...

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CPR Course In March - Cancelled

CPR Course In March – Cancelled

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, our CPR Courses are postponed until further notice. Please follow us on Facebook and we will keep you up to date. Thank you for your interest. Due to the great success and high demand for the first CPR Courses we offered in January & February, we added a March date and will for sure add more opportunities for you to learn how to save lives in cooperation with Magen David Adom in Israel (MDA). CPR Course In Tel Aviv This basic CPR course is held in English and duration is around 3 hours. Cost for...

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5 Health Tips For Marathon Runners | Tel Aviv Doctor

Tel Aviv Marathon Medical Risks – 5 Health Tips

The upcoming Tel Aviv Marathon is a hugely popular event with thousands of participants – a large share of whom aren’t running the full distance. If you are considering running the marathon, or any other distance, we invite you to take notice of the medical advice below to make it the challenging yet fun event you want it to be!  Please note: To prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, runners that had planned to travel to Tel Aviv from abroad will not be allowed to start at the event. Cancellation of the event is currently discussed by the Health Ministry and...

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'Social Prescribing' Explained | Tel Aviv Doctor

What Is ‘Social Prescribing’ In Medicine?

At Tel Aviv Doctor we always make it a point to look for remedies beyond prescriptions, encouraging behavior supporting patients’ health and well being. Recently we became aware of the term ‘Social Prescribing’ which has gained attention and traction in European countries. What does ‘Social Prescribing’ stand for? Social Prescribing allows Primary Care Providers to refer patients to specialised group programs to partake in social activities either in lieu of, or in conjunction with pharmaceutical medications. Examples of such activities include; Gardening, dance, art, cooking, volunteering and various sports. It has been found to be particularly effective in supporting patients...

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CPR Course in Tel Aviv | Tel Aviv Doctor

Tel Aviv Doctor CPR Course

CPR Course With Certification (English) In Tel Aviv Tel Aviv Doctor invites you to learn how to save lives this new year! Join us as we partner with Magen David Adom in Israel (MDA) and get CPR certified. There is only a limited number of spots available for each class. Sign up now to save your place in one of the upcoming courses – and follow us on Facebook to catch posts about future dates. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, our CPR Courses are postponed until further notice. Please follow us on Facebook and we will keep you up to...

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Winter Health Tips: Effects of Heating | Tel Aviv Doctor

Winter Health Tips Part 1: Effects of Heating

Although Tel Aviv doesn’t experience extreme cold conditions, it can still get relatively cold from December through to March time. The poor insulation and often improvised heating indoors has many people wondering how to best stay warm and healthy. Seeing as the weather in Israel is warm for the majority of the year, many of the homes and buildings are not sufficiently insulated, and poorly equipped for the height of winter – leaving you chilled and in a draft of cold air, even indoors. Most older houses/apartment blocks do not have an inbuilt central heating system so when the weather...

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