Sunday, March 1, 2015 AdarI 10, 5775

Some summer swimming tips
It's a startling fact that as many as 1,000 spinal-cord injuries occur each year due to diving in shallow water. With swimming pools officially opening nationwide this past weekend, millions of American families need to think first before diving in for some summer fun. According to the ThinkFirst National Injury Prevention Foundation and the North American Spine Society, 90 percent...
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Drew Miller, JE Feature
Many college students and new graduates leave school with more than an education. Besides their student loans, many young people graduate with thousands of dollars in credit-card debt. In fact, according to Nellie Mae, the nation’s largest student-loan provider, the average undergraduate racks up $2,200 — and the average graduate student $5,800 — in credit-card debt. Runaway credit-card debt is...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
Three weddings, two engagements and one bridal shower in two weeks will get the attention of any woman without a ring on her finger. However, there is a huge difference between thinking about your wedding and wanting to get married. It would serve certain boyfriends - and men in general - well to understand this not so subtle difference. It's...
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Want to make a quick $2,500? All you have to do is match a Baltimore Jewish woman with a Jewish man anywhere in the world - no matter the denomination - and, should they make it to the chupah, you'll get a check from the Baltimore-based Star-K Kosher Certification corporation. Any Tom, Dick - or Harriet - can apply. Sounds...
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For those of us who have experienced the stress of starting a new job, the recent experience of Ben Bernanke, the new Fed chairman, should help put that stress in perspective. Like Atlas of Greek mythology, Bernanke is balancing the short-run fluctuations of the global economy on his modest human frame. To the phrase - "You look like you have...
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