Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775

By:
Roy S. Gutterman
In the same week a woman asked me whether I had children in graduate school, a bouncer at a bar actually carded me. I'm not sure which was more vexing. Now that I've officially reached my mid-30s -- and remain unmarried -- I'm in a strange position. While my dating field spans more than two decades -- I can just...
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Why are more and more young people into monogamy?
By:
Frank Rosci
The dating scene for young people seems to be changing. One of the latest theories is that the young are less into playing the field, less into the merry-go-round of numerous dating partners in a short period of time, and more into longer -- and long-lasting -- monogamous relationships. Factors at work and play in this new scenario for those...
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In the long run, it's been determined that a drink or two a day may be good for the brain. Researchers have found that moderate amounts of alcohol -- amounts equivalent to a couple of drinks a day for a person ---- improved the memories of laboratory rats. Such a finding may have implications for serious neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's,...
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By:
Michael Trantas
It's finally here -- the highly anticipated and boldly touted, the one, the only ... Internet Explorer 7! It's been a long time coming, but Microsoft just released the latest version of its Web-browsing software in an effort to compete with the growing popularity of its biggest competitor, Mozilla Firefox. The IE7 is a major improvement over IE6, the current...
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
When Igamal Ayali lined up at forward during a recent basketball game in Philadelphia, the 17-year-old Israeli concentrated on shooting with perfect form. He thought about muscling his way into a better position for rebounds. He focused on different ways to defend his opponent. But perhaps the last thing on his mind was his small village near Nahariya. He and...
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