Monday, December 29, 2014 Tevet 7, 5775

By:
Ryan Teitman
The Galloway, N.J., fifth-grader is curled up on the couch, playing with a doll and whispering into her mother's ear -- a habit from when she first began losing her hearing. Eating certain foods triggered the temporary hearing loss, a medical phenomenon doctors still cannot explain. Though her hearing has returned, the old habit remains. She does not appear to...
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By:
Todd Goldberg, M.D., JE Feature
"Gotta go, gotta go ... " We've all seen the commercials and laughed. But to the millions of women (and some men) who suffer from overactive bladder or urinary incontinence, it's no laughing matter. This is a real medical problem with a number of effective treatments, and should not be ignored or attributed to normal aging. While not life-threatening, it...
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For women, getting help may not be the headache it once was
Migraines are more common in the United States than diabetes, osteoarthritis or asthma. Of the 28 million people who experience migraines in this country, some 18 million are women. Although prevention is very effective in managing this disorder, only 3 percent to 5 percent of women seek preventive therapy. To better understand this issue and provide guidance for physicians treating...
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French in style, a desert flower at heart
By:
Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
History does that to you: It startles you. Walking near the ramparts of this famous Atlantic seaport in Morocco, I learned that just over a century ago, more than half the 19,000 persons living in Essaouira -- then called Mogador -- were Jews. And it was said that the condition of the Jew has always been better in Mogador than...
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Students (from left) Joshua Ascher, Sarah Berg, Julia Robinson and Rory Erlich await the Jewish Children's Folkshul's first day of classes at Springside School in Chestnut Hill.
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