Monday, March 30, 2015 Nisan 10, 5775

Now that the tax man has been paid -- you did pay him, right? If not, ignore this column until later and start thinking of your excuses -- there's another fiscal matter that seems to be afflicting more and more consumers these days, notably those who never had such a problem: Dealing with debt collections. To fall behind on debt...
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Robert Janis, JE Feature
Whenever travel on the highways is involved, safety should be a top priority. That is no less so when selecting a bus company for your tour, whether it be going to the Lower East Side to check out Jewish heritage sites or your organization's trip to Broadway. One issue that is up front for you to actually see is the...
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New study shows it may have major impact
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
A study published in a recent issue of The Archives of Neurology Journal by a team headed by Dr. Nikolaos Scarmeas at New York's Columbia University found that a Mediterranean diet might help prevent the full-blown dementia of Alzheimer's disease among patients with early memory problems. Of people who were suffering from recall problems, those who followed a diet high...
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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
My niece calls from college in tears: love trouble. She's been friends with Ben, a fellow student, since last year. He's always wanted more from the relationship, but she's held back. Last week, both of them were tipsy and kissed for the first time -- and it was magical! So they decided to go from platonic to romantic. And now,...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Over the last two decades, the Jewish community has poured tremendous resources into attracting and engaging young people, looking to cement a new generation's ties to Judaism as early as possible. Yet as the baby-boomers continue to turn 60 and beyond, the generation that shaped the past 40 years of American culture shows few sign of slowing down, and many...
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