Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774
Israeli author speaks for those with no voice
By:
RIta Charleston, JE Feature
Critics have praised Talia Carner as "an author with the power to change society," and "one who saves the world one child at a time." A seventh-generation sabra born in Tel Aviv -- and the author of China Doll -- Carner first learned of the atrocities of the Chinese orphanages known as "The Dying Rooms," where the death rate was...
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As 2007 now gets rolling into its second month, KidsHealth.org has published its second annual "10 Kids' Health Issues to Watch." The issues chosen represent a wide range of concerns: · Health Care 2.0: From e-prescribing to disease blogs, advances in technology are rapidly transforming the quality of health care and the way families access it. However, it will be...
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Do students do better scholastically if they study what they're eating?
By:
Blake Gernstetter, JE Feature
When Sunday night rolls around and none of his homework is done, Brandon Burr keeps procrastinating. The University of Illinois sophomore plays Minesweeper marathons, watches college football and snacks on goldfish crackers and burritos, stressing over how he's going to accomplish so much in so little time. His roommate Mark eats a tube of Pringles every day. The good news...
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A rabbi and minister transplant sickness into health
By:
Sally Friedman, JE Feature
Six little words: "I'll give you one of mine." This exchange forever changed the lives of two people -- one a rabbi, another a minister. Rabbi Andrew Bossov, 47, of Temple Adath Emanu-El in Mount Laurel, N.J., and Rev. Karen Onesti, 49, pastor of the Masonville-Rancocas United Methodist Church, were total strangers until four years ago, when both took over...
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By:
Zorik Pesochinsky, JE Feature
Anyone who owns (and actually wears) a "Geeks Are Hot" T-shirt can tell you that the dictionary definition of a geek -- "a stupid or inept person" -- is passé. Call them geeks, dorks or nerds, those once-uncool people ostracized for loving comics, obscure card games and computer code have loads of allure these days. Socially awkward Seth Cohen on...
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