Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Tammuz 25, 5774
Deep Breeze breathes new life into lung illness treatment
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
When it comes to life-altering illnesses that necessitate an emergency room visit, many patients will want a second or third opinion in order to get the best and most efficient treatment available. Enter Deep Breeze, a medical wonder from Israel with the potential to help both doctors and patients breathe easier about the way potentially serious lung conditions can be...
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They were Logan's 1950s version of "The Braided Bunch." A knot of Jewish bakeries that caused clogged traffic along 11th Street in one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city was where those in the know knew that, OK, man could not live by bread alone -- but if he had to, this was the place to go. Bar and...
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Rachel Vigoda, Jewish Exponent Feature
Some Jews prefer their challah sweet, with golden raisins and flaky crust. Others swear by the doughier variety, the kind that has a little stretch in it as you pull it apart. Too run of the mill? There's always the naturally fermented with whole-wheat flour and Celtic sea salt. At Four Worlds Bakery in West Philadelphia, owner Michael "Challahman" Dolich...
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Do tears in workplace work more against women than men?
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
When a woman cries in public, even against her best intentions to remain cool under pressure, studies show that it unleashes negative stereotypes, even in 2011. However, it's a different story when powerful men such as U.S. House Speaker John Boehner and broadcaster Glenn Beck happen to unleash the waterworks. In fact, these incidents, plus well-publicized recent research conducted by...
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Susan Perloff, Jewish Exponent Feature
What makes a philanthropist? How does someone accrue so much money that she or he can donate millions to people with less wherewithal? And why give away that hard-earned cash? Why choose Jewish causes? For every philanthropist, a particular set of circumstances contributed to the happy combination of wealth and generosity. Here's one case study. Harold Grinspoon grew up poor...
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