Saturday, October 25, 2014 Heshvan 1, 5775

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Over the past few years, a young woman turned her idea to raise money for disaster relief by selling homemade challah into a national nonprofit that now includes chapters at more than 30 college campuses. A technologically savvy New York librarian created an online media library for Jewish educators. And an enterprising musician from Iowa City, Iowa, combined his love...
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And a former Miss Pennsylvania is applying her own antidotes
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Doctor, heal thyself? Sharyn Wynters took the advice very personally. The former Miss Pennsylvania/Miss World from the Northeast abandoned her world of acting and fashion modeling -- working for Oleg Cassini -- after she contracted cancer at age 26, to study and become a "naturopathic doctor." It is an amazing life path that made her a natural choice to be...
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Sharon McDonnell. JE Feature
Boasting Greek ruins better-preserved than in Greece; architecture and savory-and-sweet food that reflect waves of invasions from Arabs, Normans and Spaniards; an endless coastline along a turquoise sea, picturesque towns and untouched nature, Sicily -- the biggest island in the Mediterranean -- is a treasure trove for the discerning traveler.
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From writing about to living with breast cancer.
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Carol Saline, JE Feature
Some moments in life become embedded in your memory like a freeze frame in a movie. Is there anyone over 55 who doesn't remember exactly where they were when they heard that Kennedy had been shot? For me, one of those indelible moments will always be the phone call telling me I had breast cancer. It came at 5:30 on...
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Are Jews more vulnerable to pancreatic cancer?
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Fredda Sacharow, JE Feature
With little prompting, Ruth Berman (not her real name), a teacher from the Philadelphia suburbs, can reel off a dozen names of people she knows -- or knows of -- who have battled pancreatic cancer.
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