Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774
Chef/author faces down the ugliness of childhood obesity
By:
Rita Charleston, JE Feature
When I was a chubby little baby, I was my Bubby Minnie's pride and joy. She believed, as many other Jewish mothers and grandmothers believed, that a big baby was a healthy baby. Thank goodness, I lost the weight as I grew older -- and got much healthier along the way, too. But Harry Schwartz, known around the country as...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
A colonoscopy is one of the most highly recommended medical tests today and, perhaps, one of the least understood and most feared by men and women alike. But people shouldn't be hesitant or afraid to have the test, medical professionals agree, since the days of discomfort, doubt and danger often associated with it are long gone. And, first and foremost,...
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When LQTS took their baby's life at 3 months, these parents fought back
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Exponent
Sitting shivah is a time-honored but trying ritual in the aftermath of any death, but especially so in the wake of the death of a baby. That sad and painful reality was lived by Phyllis and Darren Sudman of Plymouth Meeting, parents of Simon Brach Sudman, who died when he was just 3 months old, on the snowy winter evening...
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The name Josef Mengele is synonymous with the perverse "medical experiments" conducted by the Nazis on concentration camp inmates. Mengele -- who eluded capture after the war and died in Brazil in 1978 -- was a doctor at Auschwitz, where he conducted dubious research that killed many inmates, and was often the one who selected which inmates would be immediately...
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By:
Sally Friedman, JF Feature
It's common knowledge that influenza -- the flu -- wreaks havoc on younger and middle-aged bodies. On older ones, it can be deadly. We also now know that flu shots can be the most important weapon against the flu, the one thing that can offer some protection. So when it became known that the city of Philadelphia's Health Department was...
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