Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774
Are we overprotecting our kids from those dirty, rotten bugs?
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Diana Aydin, JE Feature
When Dr. Harley Rotbart graduated from Cornell University Medical College in 1979, his father was overcome with emotion. At the graduation reception, where he came to congratulate his son, both father and son dropped to their knees and began crying, Rotbart recalled. It was a moment of liberation for his father, an Auschwitz survivor who lost most of his family...
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What are ya doin' New Year's, New Year's Eve ... If your response is, "What's it your business!" then maybe there's some help to be found from the following. For many, the heightened expectations and stresses of holiday events can increase anxiety and cause depression. But you don't have to be clinically depressed to feel the pangs of seasonal blues,...
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Recent news reports revealing that first lady Laura Bush had a skin-cancer tumor removed from her right shin last month, which might have been caused from prolonged sun exposure, brings into focus the general need for self-evaluation. According to the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, everyone should be conducting a monthly skin evaluation of their body, taking note of spots,...
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"Nutrition for the New Year: Managing Weight and Nutrition Through Diagnosis and Beyond" is the focus of the next Living Beyond Breast Cancer networking meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 30, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Philadelphia Marriott West in West Conshohocken. Debra DeMille, M.S., R.D., LDN, of the Joan Karnell Cancer Center at Pennsylvania Hospital will discuss the benefits...
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New documentary's more than skin deep in exploring eating disorders
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Fashionistas as femme fatale role models? Slim chance: Those waifs walking down the catwalk with their whisker-wobbly, wafer-thin poses look like they haven't come up against a roll in ages. The fashion industry's thin obsession is perfumed with emetics and emergency rooms; "the look" has become a lethal weapon exploding in its own scrawny face -- a fatal attraction, as...
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