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EMA Care Blog

Our Blog covers recent, relevant and helpful health and healthcare news

EMA Care Blog

Our Blog covers recent, relevant and helpful health and healthcare news

Dr. Eliana Aaron, the founder and director of EMA Care and its subsidiary Food Allergy Concierge, is interviewed by Naomi Nachman of Table for 2. Their discussion covers all things food allergies, including accomodations and guidelines for gap year students with food allergies.  Click here to listen to the full radio interview.  

EMA Care in the News

23 October 2018
EMA Care is a proud sponser of the MMY flag football team- The Wildkatz The Wildkatz won their opening game 13-0!!!EMA Care wishes them continued success.  We also wish them good health - no bruises or any other sport injury.GO WILDKATZ!!!!...
16 September 2018
In recent weeks there has been a surge of West Nile Virus in Israel. A few hundred people have been infected and several people (elderly or immunocompromised) have died in recent weeks.West Nile Virus is a virus spread by mosquitoes who have fed off ...
05 July 2018
Dr.Eliana Aaron, participating in a research team from Yale University (alma mater), The Max Stern Yezreel Valley College, and Rambam Medical Center meet to discuss their palliative care research project in Israel.The goal of palliative care is ...

Our Latest Blogs

23 October 2018
EMA Care is a proud sponser of the MMY flag football team- The Wildkatz The Wildkatz won their opening game 13-0!!!EMA Care wishes them continued success.  We also wish them good health - no bruises or any other sport injury.GO WILDKATZ!!!!...
08 October 2018
We have noticed a significant uptick in the number of gap year students diagnosed with mononucleosis (“mono”) in the last few weeks. This is affecting many gap year programs – both yeshivas and seminaries – and lots of misunderstanding about mono are...
16 September 2018
In recent weeks there has been a surge of West Nile Virus in Israel. A few hundred people have been infected and several people (elderly or immunocompromised) have died in recent weeks.West Nile Virus is a virus spread by mosquitoes who have fed off ...