Monday, December 29, 2014 Tevet 7, 5775
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Rachel Silverman, JE Feature
Larry Cohan and Joel Schneier may not look like pioneers. After all, they are, respectively, a 52-year-old law partner and a 46-year-old tax accountant. But as practitioners and instructors of yoga, they count among a small contingent of men who've made an entree into this female-dominated form of exercise. Schneier, for example, characterized his classes -- he teaches at various...
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Rachel Silverman, JE Feature
If it is said of people that they exercise "religiously," it usually means that they apply a level of fervor to their workouts common to devout believers. In Yaffa Bruckner's "Klee" class, however, the phrase takes on a much more literal translation: It involves an actual combination of physical movements and spirituality. In the women-only class, held Wednesday evenings at...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Sleep. Its importance for good mental and physical health can't be stressed too strongly. Without enough of it, we're like photos out of focus -- things just aren't as clear as they should be. As vital as it is on a nightly basis, many of us don't get nearly enough sleep nowadays. Babies, for example, require about 16 hours a...
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Keeping cool on hot, humid summer days is good advice for more reasons than sheer comfort. It's vital for good health -- even for staying alive. That's the message from the Pennsylvania Medical Society , warning young and old alike that heat stroke is a deadly illness to be avoided at all costs, even if it means sacrificing a day...
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As the warm weather becomes routine, people begin to dust off their outdoor grills to prepare their favorite foods. But grilling today goes way beyond hamburgers and hot dogs. Increasingly health-conscious backyard chefs are firing up some of the latest seasonal foods from New Jersey farms to create tasty, good-for-you dishes on the grill. In fact, nutrition experts often recommend...
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