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It’s easy for many to take for granted hearing everyday sounds. Listening to oncoming traffic when crossing the street. Enjoying birds chirping in springtime to lift our mood. Even hearing the … more
A terrorist opens fire on a bus full of civilians, hitting the driver. The bus crashes into other vehicles, leaving 50 people wounded, some critically. In minutes, with lights and sirens, … more
On a freezing day last March, 24 hours after my husband had a kidney transplant, I stood in a long line waiting to get into Weill-Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan to see him. As I waited, I … more
Alzheimer’s disease is a chronic neurodegenerative disease that affects millions of people worldwide. It is a progressive condition that gradually destroys one’s memory, communication, … more
The Knesset Internal Affairs and Environment Committee has called for an emergency meeting to review the country’s earthquake preparedness in light of the devastating earthquake in Turkey and … more
It was a peaceful Friday night after the Shabbat meal. My son and I left the house to go learn Torah together at the local synagogue. A few moments later, the calm was shattered by the gunfire. At … more
In Iowa, sparsely populated rural areas exist with emergency medical services response times that are so long that they sometimes prove deadly. Now, the Hawkeye state is turning to the Jewish … more
Seven months ago, following years of aggressive cancer treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma, Ayelet Rosenberg, 35, gave birth to her fourth child, Yishai, making history as the first woman in the world to … more
With mental health at the forefront of social issues propelled by the coronavirus pandemic, two Five Towns-based organizations — Nafshenu Alenu and the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC — have … more
There was a chanukat habayit for an expanded Achiezer kosher respite room at Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside on Monday. “Everyone else can go to the cafeteria,” Rabbi Dr. Aaron E. … more
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