Friday, May 22, 2015 Sivan 4, 5775
If you don't, maybe you were really there: It's time to get ready for its 40th birthday ... man
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Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
In late summer of 1969, 17-year-old Steven Buchwald, then working in a Catskill Mountains resort, received a phone call to attend a concert in a town called Woodstock. Even though he knew that he'd lose his end-of-season-tips, Buchwald -- back then a self-described hippie with long hair and dressed in torn jeans and T-shirt -- literally "flew" out of the...
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It's a sad fact of life in our current economic environment: Practically 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 U.S...
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PSA test uncovers the writer's prostate cancer -- and prospects for survival
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David C. Friedman, JE Feature
A simple blood test saved my life. The PSA test measures prostate specific antigen, a protein produced by the prostate tissue. The prostate gland, which is only found in males, sits near the rectum and produces semen. It is also one of the leading causes of cancer in men. I was not overly alarmed when my last PSA test came...
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New study shows it may have major impact
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
A study published in a recent issue of The Archives of Neurology Journal by a team headed by Dr. Nikolaos Scarmeas at New York's Columbia University found that a Mediterranean diet might help prevent the full-blown dementia of Alzheimer's disease among patients with early memory problems. Of people who were suffering from recall problems, those who followed a diet high...
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Psychiatrist/neurologist offers new insight into affliction
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
It took a while -- almost a century -- for the assumptions made about dyslexia in 1896 to catch up with Dr. Harold N. Levinson's theory, first espoused in 1973, about what he felt to be the cause of the malady. "Dyslexia has remained a scientific enigma, defying most attempts at medical understanding, diagnosis, prediction, treatment and prevention," explains Levinson,...
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