Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775
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Diane McManus, JE Feature
With a transplant from her twin 20 years ago, Marilyn Alexander extended her life — and now works to help others with multiple myeloma.
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By:
Lisa Goldwag Kassner
Do you want to be experimented on by eating sushi, salmon fillet, or bagels and lox made with a new type of salmon with eel genes in it — salmon which hasn’t been adequately tested for human consumption or environmental safety?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
The realization that a boss or co-worker may somehow be “out to get you” can transform work into torture.
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By:
Diane McManus, JE Feature
Although some health conditions may not be life-threatening, they may require quick medical attention in order to prevent complications. But why head for the nearest hospital emergency room? Another choice is available: urgent care centers.
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Attention, Boomers: An emerging technique called hyperopic orthokeratology (OK) may provide a new alternative for restoring near vision without the need for glasses, according to a study appearing in this month’s Optometry and Vision Science of the American Academy of Optometry.
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