#Israeli startup Momsense solves one of the challenges of #breastfeeding--knowing how much milk your baby's getting. The milk monitor looks like a set of headphones, with an extra piece that attaches to babies' skin near their earlobes. The device amplifies nursing sounds, all the while transmitting data about exactly how much the baby is eating to your phone. bit.ly/1Ok9NYE... See MoreSee Less
Doreen AffleckI remember (not me - I refused to breast feed as I knew that I would be travelling around and I was not prepared to do so in public) mothers weighing the baby before and after the breast feed to see exactly how much actual milk was fed to the baby. Much easier by bottle.
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Barbara RobertsonAs an IBCLC, I feel this is just another gimmick to waste our money on. The diapers and the baby's behavior are great clues to how the baby is doing. Do weights every few days if you are worried. I have grave doubts about the accuracy here as well. Breastfeeding involves learning to trust your body and your baby.
22 hours ago · 2
Pamela Salomon-BennerSteve Johnson is trolling on sites that reference products made in Israel. If you take the time to look at his Facebook page, you will quickly realize that he posts only to provoke. His anti-Israel rhetoric is rehearsed and unlikely to be impacted by debate. I will steadfastly report like posts of his to Facebook in the event that they might be assessed as hate speech.
Scottie EarlsLeave it up to the Israelis to come up with another wonderful invention!
23 hours ago
Pamela RathJust reading through here and noticed someone making a crack as usual about Israel. You know if you dont want to buy from them fine dont but quit harping about it. The people of Isrsel do a lot of great things for people a lot of great medical things and they treat Palistinians as well as their own in hospitals through surguries ect. So if some of these people dont like Israel defending itself tell the other people to quit attacking them.
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Sabrina SmithWould this help preemies? Despite our best efforts my oldest never learned to latch because of prematurity. And while his younger brother was successfully breastfed for fifteen months i wish i had that with my oldest.
1 day ago · 1
Marilyn RestThat's a great invention. I knew a woman who had to weigh her baby before and after nursing to see if the baby was getting enough milk.
2 days ago · 1
Steve JohnsonHey maybe if you make some money off of this, you could repay the $62 billion we spend each year keeping your country afloat. This thing isn't made in the occupied territory is it?
2 days ago
Jerilyn Williams Barlowe40 yrs ago I just nursed my son the first 14 mos of his life. Supplemented with baby food. 2nd child was premature and was on formula.. both babies full of love!!
Wondering what to do with your boxes of old #photos? #Israeli app Photomyne helps you quickly digitize them, scanning multiple photos in a single shot and allowing you to arrange them in digital albums and share them with your community though it's Instagram-like photofeed. bit.ly/28PnP9X... See MoreSee Less
Consul General of Israel, Ido Aharoni endorses our campaign for Israel, #israelisonit, writing, "I commend the groundbreaking 'Israel Is On It' media campaign, with its focus on informing younger Americans about Israeli inventions, as a unique and much needed effort to share the positive story of how Israel is helping the world." Thank you, Mr. Aharoni! bit.ly/20GMfol... See MoreSee Less
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#Israeli company Nano Textile, led by Professor Aharon Gedanken of Bar-Ilan University, invented technology that makes any fabric capable of killing bacteria. Zinc oxide nanoparticles, which have #antibacterial properties that work against even antibiotic-resistant bacteria like #MRSA, are embedded in fabric. We've written about Prof Gedanken's work before; his invention is now patented in the US & Israel, bringing us one step closer to eliminating deadly hospital infection. bit.ly/28LxNZe... See MoreSee Less
Joel SapolskyOnce u dry clean a garment all germs are destroyed,dry cleaning is anti bacterial. I'm sure the fabric developed in Israel is good.
1 week ago · 4
Christine SherrardAnd we really could do with this in our hospitals right now. So many people I know are coming out of hospitals with dreadful infections, some life threatening!
1 week ago · 2
Carol CookWonderful - hospitalizations result in so many infections I'm so happy that this now exists. I wonder how many hospitals will spring for this.
It may help with their patient outcomes and reduce lawsuits.
1 week ago · 3
Donald Lee PeckinpaughThese Israeli's are Doing It Again!
Blessing the Nations!
Barry and his 'Buddies' are going to be 'Furious!'
1 week ago · 14
LaGail BridgesJust goes to show you GOD gives wisdom to his anointed chosen one, Israel.
1 week ago · 1
Pamela RathWhat is it with the not buy anything from Israel crowd.Have they heard of a oountry called china why dont they boycott them.
1 week ago
Jackie R. MagatIsraelis, what would we do without them. They're always trying to make life better for everyone
1 week ago · 2
Fran HertsLeave it to Israel to improve the world.
Joyce ShapiroSo glad to hear this! Drs and nurses go from room to room with each patients germs on them, so I've been told.
1 week ago
Steve JohnsonYeah, I can't buy this. I support BDS and won't buy anything made in Israel. Why don't you just sell it there? If you make any money, maybe you could pay us back the $62 billion we spend to keep you afloat every year.
1 week ago · 1
Frank HuntYeah, it's all fine until your clothes become a sentient, symbiotic creature that has you swinging above the streets of New York beating up bad guys... ;)
1 week ago · 3
Joyce MusquizNot everyone can have all their clothing dry cleaned. A lot of our medical inventions for use in ER Rooms and hospital technology comes from Israel.
1 week ago
Linda KriefHow many medical and technological advancements have all of the Muslim countries given to the world? Only advanced terrorist and torture tactics........