Friday, February 27, 2015 AdarI 8, 5775

By:
Sam Cooperman
It's getting harder and harder to avoid the topic of long-term care these days. Many of us have a parent or relative who is receiving or has received long-term care. So many are living longer and need such care, and many have a story to tell about the unexpected costs. Although people are reluctant to broach this topic, many are...
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A local lawyer takes up a club to raise awareness of a personal injury
By:
Frank Rosci
What began as an operating room mishap in 1988 has evolved into one man and one organization's triumphant story of courage, success and hope. The man is well-known local attorney Jerry Segal, who was left paralyzed from the neck down, the unintentional result of a surgical procedure gone terribly wrong. The organization is Magee Rehabilitation, the nationally-renowned Philadelphia hospital that...
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New security measures fail to reassure, according to report
Instead of making travelers feel safer, tighter security at airports is making Americans less inclined to travel because of the perception of the ongoing threat of terrorism and increased inconvenience, according to a new survey by Synovate, a market-research firm. Synovate recently surveyed 1,481 travelers around the world who have traveled by plane in the past year to get their...
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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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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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