Thursday, February 26, 2015 AdarI 7, 5775

Where better to get a feel for the World Series than Cooperstown
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
At the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, the world's best-known sports shrine, on picturesque Main Street in Cooperstown, N.Y., there is a wonderful ground-level photo of a baseball stadium at dusk, with glowing orange-red clouds hovering high above the setting sun and competing players on the field below. The photo's caption reads: "Whoever wants to know the heart...
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Yes, it was, for this surgical patient
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
I think one of the hardest parts for me was the realization that it had to be done and to schedule the date for surgery. My arthritic hip had been bothering me for some time now, and I was warned the day wasn't far away that it would need to be replaced. But it's funny how the mind works. I...
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Not for these Katrina victims, aided by Penn medical personnel
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Dr. Giora Netzer of the University of Pennsylvania Health System told of how a woman who had gone for days without her blood-pressure medication in the wake of the incredible havoc wrought by Hurricane Katrina suffered a stroke right before his eyes in a Louisiana parking lot. And of how many people in and around New Orleans - also known...
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Promoting health as Martins Run turns 25
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Standing along the driveway leading up to the place they call home, about 30 senior citizens got themselves prepared - wiggling their ankles and rolling their heads from side to side, then stretching out various other parts of their bodies. Concluding with some enthusiastic cheers, the men and women - some dressed in shorts and others in jogging pants, but...
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CEO's work rates high on a scale of 1 to 10
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Sally Friedman, JE Feature
There were five kids in a blue-collar, Gettysburg household, and Stephen Steinour was the second-oldest. His parents didn't have much, but there was plenty of joy in one another and a rock-solid value taught to each child: You give back. That lesson clearly took for Steinour, now chairman and CEO of Citizens Bank's Mid-Atlantic Region. This thoughtful, articulate man has...
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