Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775

Where do you turn when your airline eats your bags and loses your lunch?
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
It could be described as one of the worst trips I never took. It happened on my way to the Dominican Republic. I had to fly first to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and then get on a plane to Puerto Plata to attend a merengue festival I had been looking forward to for many, many months. Unfortunately, my original American...
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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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By:
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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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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Yes ... says a makeup artist fighting cancer tooth and nail
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Diana Aydin, JE Feature
In 2002, after three battles with cancer, 26 surgeries, and endless rounds of radiation and chemotherapy, Carolyn Diamond was ready to do some living. While she loved her job as a quality-assurance manager and assistant to the vice president of a national construction company, Diamond was burnt out by the combination of cancer and corporate life. "I was physically beaten...
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