Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775

Area hospitals try 
different paths to encourage and maintain weight loss
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Richard Pawlak, Perfect Fit Feature
If weight loss is a serious concern, there are equally serious programs at some of the most prestigious medical schools and hospitals in the country, several of which are located in the Delaware Valley.
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Deborah Rubin Fields, Jewish Exponent Feature
Since we began by talking about the Western Wall, let's continue with a site that is within walking distance of it -- at 12 Hebron Rd., the Jerusalem House of Quality.Since we began by talking about the Western Wall, let's continue with a site that is within walking distance of it -- at 12 Hebron Rd., the Jerusalem House of...
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Why do some children follow in their parents' footsteps and others seek a totally different path? James "Jamie" Chadwin, head men's basketball coach at Immaculata University in Chester County, hasn't thought much about that question. Ever since Jamie Chadwin was a kid hanging out in the gymnasium at Abington Friends, he has tried to absorb everything he could about the...
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Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and Montefiore Medical Center/the University Hospital for Einstein have found a biomarker in head and neck cancers that can predict whether a patient's tumor will be life-threatening. Their findings, published in the Jan. 9 edition of American Journal of Pathology , reveal that the biomarker is considered particularly promising...
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As leaders of two Philadelphia schools for kids who struggle with poverty or foster care, Gabriel Kuriloff and Autumn Graves face extra obstacles as educators. Beyond academics, they aim to make a lasting impact on students who often have been impoverished, abused or neglected. To that end, the pair recently traveled to Israel to see how the Yemin Orde Youth...
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