Monday, October 20, 2014 Tishri 26, 5775
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Karen Brandow found breastcancer.org shortly after she received the devastating diagnosis last year. "It was a terrible time in my life," says the Havertown resident, "both for me and everyone around me. When a doctor tells you that you have breast cancer, it's a frightening diagnosis. "I'm married and have a son, 24, and a daughter, 16. You try to...
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The Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is seeking volunteers for its 15th anniversary "Memory Walk," set for Sunday, Oct. 9, at Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park. "Memory Walk" is the chapter's signature fundraising event, and is the primary showcase to increase public awareness of Alzheimer's-related diseases and dementias. For more information, call 215-561-2919.
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Do the scales of justice tip away from obesity these days? Is fat chance the prospect of the overweight overcoming social pressures and prejudices against them? And just how many calories are in a month of sundaes? These and other questions may - or may not - be answered by "The Biggest Loser," NBC's reality series that will go another...
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The workplace and the Internet provide avenues for emotional hanky-panky
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
When two people are “heart over hands” in love, to coin a phrase, feelings are similar to being “head over heels,” with one major difference: The attraction never becomes physical. This kind of love, at its core, is a case of so-called “emotional cheating,” a state of hearts without hands literally touching. It is a strong to subtle play on...
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
When I was about 16 or so, I remember attending a family affair that sort of bored me - until, that is, I saw a tall, dark and rather handsome stranger in a corner of the room. I approached without reservation - as a teenager who wanted to become a writer might do - and began a conversation. I not...
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