Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Av 3, 5774
A psychologist/author bares all about getting back into the dating game at 50-plus
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Rita Charleston, Jewish Exponent Feature
According to clinical psychologist and best-selling author Judith Sills, perhaps at no time in human history are women in a better place in which to enjoy their lives -- even our romantic lives, which we may have thought were over. That's one of the reasons why Sills wrote her latest book, Getting Naked Again: Dating, Romance, Sex, and Love When...
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Frank Rosci, Jewish Exponent Feature
The debate over the possible/probable mercury contamination of seafood rages on in scientific, medical, governmental, consumer-protection and seafood-industry circles, with no clear end in sight. The nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom, in Washington, D.C., for example, has accused the U.S. Geological Survey of conducting a misleading study, published in May 2009, about mercury in the Pacific Ocean. The dispute centers...
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Rita Charleston, Jewish Exponent Feature
Even though she's schooled in helping people handle their problems, when it comes to yo-yo dieting, she was no more successful at handling it than many others have been. "I was constantly going up and down, trying to lose the same 10, 15 pounds for a long time," says Judith Beck. The daughter of Dr. Aaron T. Beck -- the...
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Time to roll up your sleeve: Children aren't the only ones who need vaccinations
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Rita Charleston, Jewish Exponent Feature
Okay, you've been careful about making sure your children have received all the vaccinations they need, and your pediatrician says that all is well on that front. There's somewhat a sense of relief that the time with a needle is over. But is it? No, not as long as you forget about yourself and all the vaccines you may need...
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Like Sinatra, they do it their way
By:
Frank Rosci, Jewish Exponent Feature
Pack rats are scattered about among us, and their compulsive, pathological hoarding habit of disposophobia -- the fear of disposing of or parting with things -- has become a genuine health concern. These "junk junkies" live in a maze of mostly useless stuff -- either stashed in numerous stacks here and there, stuffed into drawers, containers and other receptacles, or...
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