Monday, October 20, 2014 Tishri 26, 5775
Not necessarily, especially when parents decide
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Parents who want to be "friends" with their teenagers tread heavily on traditionally sacrosanct ground, crossing old lines established to clearly mark the parent-child relationship - and, perhaps, at the same time, do considerable damage to acceptable codes of conduct and the crucial concept of discipline. So, questions arise: Is it absolutely wrong for parents to be best buddies, trusted...
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By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
An angelic singing voice and a charming presence graced a rather festive night at a Malvern home recently. The wondrous voice belonged to talented Nili Seidel, a 22-year-old blind Israeli singer and pianist. Why she was here is a story of hope and thanksgiving, love and friendship. Seidel was in town - along with her mother Guila, founder and chairwoman...
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More common than once thought: Spousal abuse among the elderly
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
For many, growing older is a time to stop and smell the roses. It's also a time to reflect on past accomplishments and enjoy the supposedly quieter years that are left. But for a number of elderly citizens, it is also a time of neglect, vulnerability and even abuse - particularly at the hands of a spouse. In fact, say...
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Dr. Marie Savard, JE Feature
Here are some tips to mistake-proof your medical care: • Keep track of your own medical records. We no longer live in an era where we have just one primary-care provider for our entire lives. The more doctors we see, the more information is lost in the shuffle. Come to your doctor's visit prepared with copies of medical records, recent...
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In honor of a child, kids do what they do best: eat dessert!
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Jeffrey Kahan has many pictures of his youngest son, Joshua. By far, his favorite remains a simple snapshot of a still-healthy boy relishing an ice-cream cone. In April 1997, Josh was diagnosed with leukemia - the No. 1 disease killer of American children between the ages of 1 and 14. Five months later, shortly before his third birthday, Josh succumbed...
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