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Top Israeli doctors guide those under Coronavirus quarantine on diet, health–and staying sane
by Simona Shemer
March 11, 2020

Dr. Ishay Lev, a Jerusalem-based family physician with more than 15 years of experience, recently gave an interactive online video presentation to a Chinese audience about the correlation between smoking and the novel coronavirus. Speaking in English with simultaneous Chinese translation, he offered a scientific explanation based on his medical expertise on the dangers of smoking, given the significant correlating factor between smoking and the severity of the virus. Also, Lev’s audience was in quarantine. Dr. Lev is one of some 100 Israeli doctors taking part in an initiative established by Innonation, an Israeli innovation organization that specializes in cross-border projects, to help Chinese residents quarantined because of coronavirus. READ MORE

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