Monday, October 20, 2014 Tishri 26, 5775
When LQTS took their baby's life at 3 months, these parents fought back
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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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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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Rita Bryan, JE Feature
All of us make New Year's resolutions; often, they are health- and fitness-oriented. We take note of our physical appearance and health, and decide that "this year" is the year we're going to make "the commitment" to make a change. You may decide to try to shed some excess weight and lose some inches, or that you're going to start...
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Scientists collaborating at Cornell University in Ithaca and Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City have identified a panel of 23 protein biomarkers in cerebrospinal fluid that acts as a neurochemical "fingerprint," which doctors might use someday to identify patients living with Alzheimer's disease. The research is published in the online edition of the journal Annals of Neurology. Right...
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