Sunday, April 26, 2015 Iyyar 7, 5775
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Amy Sutton, JE Feature
While undergoing an X-ray, Holly Gage of Bowmansville, Pa., shared details about her medical concerns with the technician and asked questions about the results, only to find out the technician wasn't permitted to answer them. Situations like these are embarrassing because you've opened up, revealing very personal information to the wrong person, and it's not always clear who you're supposed...
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Relax, reach out and touch someone
The benefits of touch have long been associated with relaxation and a sense of well-being. Increasing numbers of people are seeking massage as a way to relax. Some 40 percent of women and 29 percent of men reported having a massage in the past five years, according to a 2010 Massage Therapy Industry Fact Sheet, compiled by the American Massage...
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Shoe business: What road warriors wear that works out
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Whether you call them sneakers, "tennies" or gym shoes, athletic shoes have come a long way from whatever you (or your parents) wore to the high school or middle-school P.E. class. In the last century, the basic rubber-soled utility shoe has proliferated into sub-breeds for every conceivable team sport, as well as more current fitness phenomena, such as speed-walking, aerobics...
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Phillies left their hits in San Francisco: Can fans now leave behind their sorrow?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
The Phillies' near-perfect 2010 season provided Philadelphians a potent adrenaline shot of pride, hope and glory. Although they did not go all the way -- no Giant killers, after all -- can their fans carry the boost into post-season reality? Or will they be plagued by what is known as sports depression? The general consensus of experts interviewed for this...
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Tula Batanchiev, JE Feature
For the Neibauers of Philadelphia, Sesame Place is synonymous with miracles. On Mother's Day of 2008, after a fun-filled day at the park in Langhorne, Holly and David were putting their daughter, Robyn, to bed in the room she shares with her twin sister. With a zoo of pillow pets surrounding her, Robyn -- then 6 --snuggled into her mother's...
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