Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775
Bringing God into the picture is the focus of Main Line fertility center
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
While thoughts of having a baby are a natural for most couples, actually conceiving that little bundle of joy can be a completely different matter for some, who may ultimately resort to some kind of fertility treatment. But such a measure can be troublesome to some want-to-be mothers and fathers, particularly for Orthodox couples, who struggle greatly with how to...
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September is "Healthy Aging Month," when individuals over 50 are reminded that those who are physically active, eat a healthy diet, avoid tobacco and alcohol and who get regular check-ups are more likely to look forward to many years of staying healthy and active. Dr. Augustine E. Agocha, lead physician at Advanced Heart, Lung and Vascular Care in Bordentown, N.J.,...
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Jerusalem College of Technology has received the final approval of Israel's Council of Higher Education to open a nursing school and offer a bachelor's degree in the science of nursing with classes beginning next month. The new four-year program will be part of Machon Tal, JCT's Women's College. The curriculum will include theoretical and practical studies in a variety of...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
When 9-year-old Quinn Hovey stood behind home plate at Citizens Bank Park ready to catch the ceremonial first pitch, his parents could not help but be overjoyed. Sure, it was a rush for his father, Lonnie, to stand on the field before the Phillies took on the Washington Nationals on July 25 -- just inches from pro ballplayers -- but...
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
The chupah's been tastefully decorated, the ketubah signed. The bride is beautiful, the groom terribly handsome. The guests are smiling broadly and everything, including the food and flowers, are just as they should be. But that was years ago. Today, divorce is in the works, and everything's turned ugly. The feuding and fighting have been going on for far too...
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