Friday, December 26, 2014 Tevet 4, 5775
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Frapped, whipped, blended or heated, coffee has stirred up some popularity among an increasingly younger generation of fans, along with a touch of controversy on its benefits: What's good in theory for one generation could be bad for another. A recent coffee study reported in The New England Journal of Medicine certainly adds to its appeal among people 50 and...
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Taking stock of your summer home
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Gail Snyder, This Summer Feature
C enter City residents Lynne and Ed Berkowitz call their Atlantic City condo “a piece of heaven.” Year-round, it offers a weekend respite from their busy lives operating a pharmacy and a chance to spend precious downtime with their two daughters and four grandchildren, who range in age from 2 to 6 years old. Lynne Berkowitz says, “In my entire...
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The forecast for shore life 2012: Better than ever!
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Beth D’Addono, This Summer Feature
D ownashore at last! This summer, you will find yourself with a myriad of vacation options as diverse as the sunny little towns that dot the Atlantic coastline. From family-friendly to romantic and fun after dark, there’s a shore full of new places, events and people to celebrate this season. Brigantine Brigantine is more than just a company town for...
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Elyse Glickman, Special Sections Feature
First comes love. Then comes re-marriage. However, somewhere in between, the revitalized lovebirds have to figure out a delicate way to tell their respective children about their intentions and its possible effects on the entire family’s future. Though Macy’s wedding registry cannot provide all of the essentials for a combined household, Scott Browning, psychologist and professor of psychology at Chestnut...
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To be a working mom or a stay-at-homer? That is the question
By:
Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Just in time for Mother's Day comes a revived battle of choices for women dealing with circumstances that can dictate their own physical and emotional health: The oft-discussed "War on Women" has brought back the old "working mom" vs. "stay at home" controversy and which is healthier for families overall. Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen was fired up about, and later,...
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