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Workers who agreed to take early retirement were likely to not have considered that option if it hadnâ€™t been for pressure at the workplace to do so.
A rare bronze signet ring with the impression of the face of the Greek sun god, Apollo, has been discovered at Tel Dor, in northern Israel, by University of Haifa diggers.
A wall painting (fresco) of Tyche, the Greek goddess of fortune, was exposed during the 11th season of excavation at the Sussita site, on the east shore of the Sea of Galilee, which was conducted by researchers of the University of Haifa.
Employees with a high level of emotional intelligence are more dedicated and satisfied at work, compared to other employees.
A new study from the Center for Interdisciplinary Chronobiological Research at the University of Haifa has found an additional link between Light At Night (LAN) and cancer.
The brainâ€™s right hemisphere is not involved in the initial processes of reading in Arabic, due to the graphic complexity of Arabic script.
New research has chemically identified, for the first time, compounds released by mosquitoesâ€™ natural aquatic predators that function as warning signals for egg laying mosquitoes.
A 3,200-year-old round bronze tablet with a carved face of a woman, found at the El-ahwat excavation site near Katzir in central Israel, is part of a linchpin that held the wheel of a battle chariot in place.
Can multiple sclerosis attacks be minimized in a war zone?
Cyclical changes in atmospheric pressure and sea surface temperature in the North Atlantic Ocean affect drought in the Sahel region on the southern Sahara rim.
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