Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Kislev 7, 5777
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Desperate not to lose his eyesight, a retired aerospace engineer made a hasty decision earlier this month to fly to Philadelphia, where he thought getting eye surgery would be as simple as walking into a doctor’s office.
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From purchasing pricey Spinning bikes to hiring certified fitness instructors, a handful of area day schools are taking extra steps to make sure their rigorous dual curriculum includes time to nurture healthy lifestyles.
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Elyse Glickman | JE Feature
University of Pennsylvania-educated Dr. Rich­ard LeVine by chance — and through the goodness of his heart — became a hero to hundreds of people when he joined the ranks of Flying Doctors of Mercy.
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Darren and Phyllis Sudman made a mission of providing free heart screenings after losing an infant son to an undiagnosed case of arrhythmia.
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Can a little push on the tush actually be a form of parental abuse?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Baby Boomers and generation X-ers may recall spanking as part of their upbringing. In many cases, it was highly unpleasant, but recognized as a definitive means of reinforcing correct behaviors.
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