Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Tammuz 13, 5775
But what happens if it’s your old reliable spouse or partner?
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Things change, people say. Well, people can change, too, and sometimes, they pick the worst times to do that. Like after a wedding, for example, just as the happy couple is getting into the joys and expectations of married life. Or, perhaps, in the more common scenario, it happens a bit later on in a marriage. Suddenly, one half of...
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Author says get over it with new guide
By:
Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
Why, I wondered, is Dr. Susan Jeffers so often connecting the word "fear" with love? Three of Dr. Jeffers' previous books are titled, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, Feel the Fear … and Beyond, and Feel the Fear Power Planner. In her current book, Feel the Fear Guide to Lasting Love, she suggests ways to overcome one's fears,...
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Mothers of young children are more likely to be obese when they perceive their neighborhoods as unsafe, according to a new study in the journal Obesity. Researchers from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Mathematica Policy Research and the University of Pennsylvania analyzed perceived neighborhood safety and obesity in women with young children. Connection with one's neighbors, characterized as neighborhood cohesion,...
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It may all be in the timing!
New research attempting to shed light on the evergreen question - just how do male and female brains differ? - has found that timing is everything. In a study involving more than 8,000 males and females ranging in age from 2 to 90 from across the United States, Vanderbilt University researchers Stephen Camarata and Richard Woodcock discovered that females have...
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Since many medical studies have linked the dietary supplement ingredient ephedra to adverse reactions, consumers have turned to ephedra-free products. But a report in this month's issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings reports the first published case of an ephedra-free supplement causing variant angina. Physicians from Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston outline the case of a man who experienced variant...
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