Tuesday, March 3, 2015 AdarI 12, 5775

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Yocheved Miriam Russo- JE Feature
So you're coming to visit Israel - wonderful! You'll be here a week, and your travel plans are set. Let's see: You fly into Ben-Gurion, and start in Jerusalem, with all the major sites.You take the Tunnel Tour, walk through Mea Shearim, explore the Old City, shop and people-watch at Machane Yehuda. Then maybe a quick float in the Dead...
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In a recent issue of Circulation, it was revealed that among patients who have suffered a single stroke, severe stenosis - or the narrowing - of the arteries in the head represents a major risk factor for the development of a subsequent stroke. Also, patients with recent symptoms were at high risk, and women faced a greater risk of subsequent...
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Or … what it's like to be a New Age 'Granny Nanny'
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Rita Charleston-JE Feature
You're a mother, so of course you automatically know how to be a grandmother, right? Wrong - according to Lois Young-Tulin, Ph.D., author of The Granny Nanny Book: A Guidebook for Modern Grandmothering or What Every Grandmother Should Know About Babysitting. Young-Tulin thought the same thing as she awaited the birth of her first grandson. "It would be like getting...
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Maybe not, given noise pollution and its dangerous effects
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Frank Rosci- JE Feature
We live in a noisy world and, at times, a very noisy Philadelphia metropolitan area, where so-called "noise pollution" surrounds, assaults and bombards our senses day and night. It could be the racket and rumble of traffic; the screeching sirens of fire and police vehicles, and ambulances (exceptions, certainly, but still major noise-pollution contributors); low-flying airplanes and helicopters; most motorcycles...
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The first two issues of the much-anticipated revised version of The Paris Review, under its new, young editor Philip Gourevitch, have appeared, and though both were decidedly better than the few issues that trickled out following the death of founding editor George Plimpton, they were also something of a mixed bag. Gourevitch first began making a name for himself as...
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