Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775
Autism and related developmental disorders are becoming more common, with a prevalence rate approaching 1 percent among American 8-year-olds, according to new data from researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study, a partnership between the university, the CDC and 10 other U.S. research sites, shows...
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Dr. H. Michael Zal, JE Feature
Are you interested in discovering ways to feel better about yourself? Self-esteem is a big issue out there these days. Negative feelings and distorted perspectives eclipse individuals' potential. Poor self-esteem often goes back to messages people received in childhood. To help my patients grow, I cultivate ways to improve how they feel about themselves, and encourage all of the following...
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Rachel Mahan, JE Feature
With so much interest in running for good health, is it better to do so barefoot? Are there any improvements to be had by doffing shoes while on the track? "There's no question that you can run barefoot and be extremely healthy," says Daniel Lieberman, who studies the evolution of human anatomy at Harvard University. "Clearly, our feet evolved to...
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And it wasn't for good behavior: Battling materialism at the holidays
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​Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
We've all heard it before -- the "Mom-I-really-need-this" plea from our children. What exactly "this" is varies with age and influence, and sometimes, it really is a legitimate need. Yet more often than not, it's something that will occupy them briefly before being discarded in favor of a newer, more urgently coveted item. Materialism has become the scourge of American...
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It's a sad fact of life in our current economic environment: Almost every day, it seems, we see stories in the news about hundreds of people losing their jobs as employers resort to layoffs and downsizing -- to say nothing of companies going out of business. More than 45 million Americans had no health insurance in 2007, according to the...
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