Monday, May 25, 2015 Sivan 7, 5775

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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Diane Kae of Delran, N.J., is creative and energetic, and easily admits to having a "type-A personality." As busy as life has always been for her, when it came to routine health care, she was "a total do-goody": She made time for regular checkups with her doctor, went every six months to the dentist, and saw a gynecologist for annual...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Though multiple media outlets have hailed the recent findings of a cervical-cancer study as a major advancement in the detection of the disease, local doctors are wary to embrace such news at face value. These doctors advise patients to understand this controversial issue in its entirety before assuming that the study results, recently published in the New England Journal of...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
In this extended political season, I am officially making an announcement: I will not run, nor will I accept, a nomination for the presidency. Even though the general election is still almost 10 months away and the primary season will be wrapped up in a week or two -- way earlier than in years past -- we are emerging from...
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Jared Shelley, JE Feature
With a seemingly endless line of championship banners hanging high above its court, the Abington Friends School boys basketball team worked out in much the same way past squads have prepared over the last 29 years -- with a tough, physical practice under the watchful eye of coach Steve Chadwin. When two offensive players couldn't seem to score against just...
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Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
If you're eager to ruin the next party you go to, stand in the middle of the room and, at the top of your lungs, scream out: "What will be better for the economy -- a Democratic or Republican president?" Shockingly, the answer you receive will depend on who answers -- a Democrat or a Republican. Let's face it: Most...
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