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Keeping cool on hot, humid summer days is good advice for more reasons than sheer comfort. It's vital for good health -- even for staying alive. That's the message from the Pennsylvania Medical Society , warning young and old alike that heat stroke is a deadly illness to be avoided at all costs, even if it means sacrificing a day...
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The road to Fourth of July revelry is just a car ride away
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
While the price of gasoline is close to a king's ransom these days, travel by car remains king in this country, and probably will be for the rest of the summer season. It could be that fewer folks will take to the nation's highways and byways to celebrate the Fourth of July this year, of course, but one-tank wonders are...
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As summer weather warms up the urge to hit the highways for a road trip, one health ailment can spoil the entire voyage -- car-motion sickness. If you are buckled in to the car for a long ride, even the slightest and most common physical discomfort can be a sign of motion sickness. The cause of motion sickness is the...
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Rabbi Jeffrey Pivo (top) is pictured with some of the 25 children from Congregation Beth El in Yardley who will attend Camp Ramah in the Poconos this summer. The campers recently led the main service during special Saturday-morning "Ramah Shabbat" at the synagogue.
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As the warm weather becomes routine, people begin to dust off their outdoor grills to prepare their favorite foods. But grilling today goes way beyond hamburgers and hot dogs. Increasingly health-conscious backyard chefs are firing up some of the latest seasonal foods from New Jersey farms to create tasty, good-for-you dishes on the grill. In fact, nutrition experts often recommend...
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