Sunday, July 13, 2014 Tammuz 15, 5774

By:
Lauren Kramer, Special Sections Feature
Chances are we all know someone who has had breast cancer. The most common cancer to afflict women, it accounts for 29 percent of all cancers suffered by women, followed by lung cancer at 14 percent and colorectal at 9 percent. The pink ribbon designating support of breast cancer research is ubiquitous, so we know there’s lots of research ongoing...
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By:
Elyse Glickman
Instead of stuffing your face with pumpkin desserts, side dishes and lattes, why not put it on your face instead? Health experts, dermatologists and beauty specialists laud the natural benefits of the great orange orbs featured so prominently around this time of year.
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It's not hard to find a store that carries paraphernalia for your Philly sports team of choice. But it's not as easy to find clever, unique local sports apparel, which is why we're tipping our hat to Philly Phaithful...
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The first Philadelphia Forever Young + Health and Wellness event — offering a panoply of speakers, classes, exhibits and interactive demonstrations — takes place Sunday, Oct. 21, at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown, 17th and Vine Sts. The full-day event begins at 10 a.m. The proposed annual celebration of “healthy living and healthy aging” is presented by, and is a benefit...
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Israel swims upstream in advancing aquaculture
By:
Jeffrey F. Barken, JNS.org
At a time when ocean fish populations are threatened worldwide, Israeli fish farmers are developing innovative new technologies and breeding methods revolutionizing their industry. Faced with managing scarce water resources in a desert ecosystem, the Israeli government has supported the solutions of kibbutzim — and more recently, those of “Dagim,” the Fish Breeders Association — to promote healthy, environmentally sound...
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