Saturday, March 28, 2015 Nisan 8, 5775

Author: What would Leah do? Looking for some divine inspiration
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
To tell the truth, I never really knew the whole story of Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel, all of whom suffered from infertility, but eventually gave birth to the founders of the Jewish people. But I knew exactly how author Jessie Fischbein felt. Wanting a child and not being able to have one can be a devastating, demoralizing and highly depressing...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
You feel like you've been dating for years. Lots of bad dates, lots of short-term relationships, and you're now ready to find a significant other to share your time with -- and perhaps, eventually marry. You want the real deal, and you don't want to waste your time dating someone for a year to find out they don't want the...
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Physicians stress the need for up-to-date medical forms
It's that time again: Time to start preparing for back to school. But beyond pens and pencils, notebooks and maybe a new backpack, emergency physicians are urging parents to prepare for potential medical emergencies to ensure a safe school year for their children. "Being prepared is key for so many things, and this goes for medical emergencies as well," said...
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Following the recent shootings at Seattle's Jewish Federation building, a thwarted airline terror plot and an increase in anti-Israel sentiment since the recent war in Lebanon, Jewish day schools across the region have stepped up their security measures to ensure students are safe in school. Abrams Hebrew Academy in Yardley is in the process of installing new doors and issuing...
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All year, kids who attend overnight camps in North America look forward to a much-beloved, end-of-the-season tradition: "Color War," that mix of athletic and creative activities that splits the camp in two until one team ends up victorious. Why the competition never changed its name to something more politically correct remains one of those mysteries of summers past and present...
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