Thursday, September 18, 2014 Elul 23, 5774

But do you have to be?
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Mary Jane Minkin, M.D.- JE Feature
January's a month when "hot" is not typically in your vocabulary - unless you are one of the approximately 37.5 million American women experiencing menopause or perimenopause, when hot flashes and night sweats can be a way of life. According to MenopauseRx, a leading national menopause support group, requests over the last two years for its free menopause and perimenopause...
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Zara Myers-JE Feature
Discussing the reasons he became a nurse, Howard Rogovitz, 55, jokes that "my mother always wanted me to marry a doctor." After graduating from Overbrook High School, the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital nurse said he was "in and out of colleges, and looking for a way to have a stable career. I decided that as a nurse, I would always...
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Interested in taking a trip to the "Bermuda Avenue Triangle," where audiences in the past have gotten lost in the laughs? Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna - with Lainie Kazan joining them for the ride - return here three years after their other voyage-oriented title "If You Ever Leave Me … I'm Going With You." And "On the Scene" has...
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Ben Franklin … Jewish? What did he use to discover electricity - Yiddish kite? "Well, he might have been Jewish. I've heard that his actual name was Moshe Ben Franklin," joshes Josh Kornbluth, Jewish himself and Franklin's avuncular avatar on stage. Early to bed, early to rise - you still won't be able to put one over on this mirthful...
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Craig G. Langweiler- JE Feature
With the start of a new year, now's a good time to look at some of the numbers, weigh some of the statistics, and understand where the gains and losses came from during the past fiscal year. The S&P 500 stock index was up 4.9 percent in 2005, less than half of the 10.4 percent average return achieved over the...
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