Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775

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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Moms get a summer break of their own
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Miss your grandmother's mandelbread, but don't think you could ever recreate it? Capable of selecting the right wine for a great meal based on taste, not the bottle's beauty? Would you enjoy a private tennis lesson, beauty session or Pilates instruction -- catering just to you and your needs? Impossible to do it all with your busy schedule, right? Well,...
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With all due respect for August, these are the dog days of summer. They are at least for Gerry Botwinick, whose august feelings for Barney Bear Schulman, the prominent pet mascot who was the official greeter at Botwinick's long-running eponymous clothier store in Jenkintown, are clearly evident in the announcement that Barney, a 15-year-old Bijon Frise, had died of cancer...
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A base runner from the Modi'in Miracle dives safely into the bag as part of his team's 9-1 victory over Petach Tikvah Pioneers in the Israel Baseball League's first-ever opening-day game at the Sportek baseball field in Petach Tikvah near Tel Aviv on June 24. Netanya Tigers outfielder Josh Doane (left) from California signs a baseball during opening-day ceremonies.
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New group hears report that inherited factor may lead to breast cancer
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Compared to the rest of the population, Ashkenazi Jewish women have a much higher chance of inheriting a faulty gene that could lead to breast cancer, according to Dr. Lisa Jablon, a breast surgeon at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. "For Ashkenazi Jewish women, one in 40 will carry the mutation," compared to one in 500 for the...
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