Sunday, September 21, 2014 Elul 26, 5774
Children with inflammatory bowel disease may have difficulty functioning in school, particularly because their tendency to internalize problems can affect attendance, according to findings from a Nationwide Children's Hospital study appearing in the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics . "Both IBD and its treatment have the potential to disrupt school functioning," said study author Dr. Wallace V. Crandall, director...
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The latest ways to get fit
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Post-partum, post-injury or post-winter, the Philadelphia area is filled with fitness options for people of all ages and abilities.
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Elyse Glickman | JE Feature
Krav Maga has recently earned its way into the lives and fitness plans of women and men globally.
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Susan Perloff | JE Feature
The minute you meet Tricia Fleishman -- the moment her royal blue eyes look into yours -- you know you want her to be your friend, your neighbor or your mom. In your dreams, this generous, trusting, honest woman marries your brother -- or saves your life. Born and raised in Roslyn, N.Y., Tricia married Stanley, a Philadelphia native. Both...
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Why the 'only child' has new company and popularity in contemporary societ
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Elyse Glickman
The adage "less is more" is taking on a more profound meaning when it comes to the way modern couples go about family planning. Although a century ago, social stigma and stereotypes swirled around single-child families, today having only one child is becoming increasingly viewed as a common-sense decision rather than a sorrowful circumstance or an act of selfishness. The...
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