Wednesday, December 17, 2014 Kislev 25, 5775

A feared diagnosis for so many, but one that's being beaten
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Sally Friedman, JE Feature
Gwen Goodman was in a rush the day 25 years ago when her life changed. She was dashing off to a City Council meeting about funding for museum education programs when the phone call came. Goodman heard the words no woman wants to hear. Her mammogram was abnormal. In a fog of shock, she went off to that meeting. She...
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When it comes to investing, there's no one-size fits all. Your strategy will vary, depending on your stage in life, financial resources and specific goals, according to the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Setting goals is the most important part of planning and implementing any investment plan. For example, are you trying to save for retirement, a new home...
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At times, the headlines are dominated by images of inter-religious strife. The pope vs. the Muslims. Jews against Arabs. The religion-based tenor of the war on terror. But on Sunday afternoon, leaders of various faith communities gathered in Philadelphia to say in one voice: "We must repair the world." Drawing a diverse crowd to the Arch Street Friends Meeting House,...
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Playing in her first game as a member of the University of Pennsylvania's women's soccer team, Tracy Bienenfeld had to be happy to see women -- and not men -- competing against her. For the previous four years, she was the only female on Lower Moreland High School's boys team, a daunting task for a girl who measured in at...
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<p><span id="mainContent_lblArticleHtml">At 5 feet 3 inches tall, Sara Schiffman almost never overpowered her opponents on the tennis court. Nor did she have the fastest serve or the biggest groundstrokes, but the former University of Pennsylvania standout often called upon her mental toughness, fitness and just plain persistence to overcome -- or at least push to the limits -- opponents with...
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