Wednesday, December 24, 2014 Tevet 2, 5775

Urine leakage can be a debilitating problem that many women unfortunately accept as a natural part of aging. Although an estimated 13 million Americans, both men and women, suffer from some type of urinary incontinence, only about half of women who experience urinary incontinence report it to their doctors, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Some women...
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Joel L. Naroff, JE Feature
Subprime, subprime, subprime. That is all we seem to hear these days. The stock market bounces violently every time a mortgage lender or hedge fund gets hit by subprime mortgage problems. The Fed is forced to express awareness that credit standards have been tightened because of the subprime concerns. All the while, the economy continues to grow somewhat sluggishly. So,...
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... from their friends: Exchange program lets teens see commonalities
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During a recent exchange program, Barrack Hebrew Academy students got the opportunity to see how similar they are to teenagers who attend school thousands of miles away from them, in the land of the tango. The two groups of teens --both wearing the unofficial "school uniform" of professional-sports jerseys or shirts with familiar brand names and, of course, jeans --...
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The North American Association of Community Hebrew High Schools held its fourth Annual Conference this summer at Brandeis University. Thirty-nine professionals, representing 33 community Hebrew high schools from throughout the United States, explored the idea of exploring partnerships to enrich their schools. The Jewish Community High School of Gratz College was represented by Ari Goldberg, director, and Ruth Schapira, director...
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In I.B. Singer's "Yentl the Yeshiva Boy," the female protagonist chooses intellectual pursuits over a man with whom she's in love. In Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth, a male character recounts various episodes of sexual frustration, gratification and much experimentation. Indeed, great works of Jewish literature raise provocative -- and very real -- questions about love, sex and interpersonal relationships...
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