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“I’m going to say three words,” said Lauren Totaro, national program coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. “The words are apple, table and penny. Can … more
Achieving greatness is the theme of a seminar being conducted by Rabbi Immanuel Yosef Legomsky, MA, neurotherapist, a PTSD trauma expert and director of Israel Trauma Care. Rabbi Legomsky’s … more
Paul Black, chief executive officer of Allscripts, a healthcare information technology solutions company, has been named the corporate honoree of South Nassau Communities … more
Five years ago, on a whim, Cindy, a 27-year-old Jewish woman, decided to pursue genetic testing through an online laboratory. She wasn’t expecting any surprises because she had no family … more
One of the leaders in the fight against breast cancer is Dr. Tamar Peretz Yablonski, daughter of a Holocaust survivor, whose tenacity and determination to find a cure inspires … more
Dr. Michael Bunzel, chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak and medical director of the hospital’s newly-opened Mental Health Center, spoke … more
Be productive. While many working men and women dream of the day when they can leave the daily grind behind once and for all, you might want to think more about a second career than a long, carefree … more
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway has received the New York State Perinatal Quality Collaborative Obstetrical Improvement Project’s Quality Improvement Award. “This … more
Cholent on Shabbat day. Brisket on Rosh Hashanah. Matzo balls and challah — lots of challah. Jews love food, and much of Jewish culture centers on sitting around the Shabbat yom tov table … more
Vanessa Radom made aliyah from the States with her husband, Mark and their 4 young children in 2006. This is a fairly common story. Like other olim, they knew they would encounter challenges, but … more
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