Monday, April 27, 2015 Iyyar 8, 5775

By:
Diane McManus, Jewish Exponent Feature
Imagine you are a young adult from Eastern Europe. You have just moved to a new country, must adjust to a new language, currency, form of government and a host of other details that face a newcomer. Add to this the need to launch a career. Imagine, too, that you have arrived alone, leaving family and friends behind. You don't...
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By:
Andrew Marcione, Jewish Exponent Feature
Steeped in history and enveloped in mythology, the rough and rugged island of Crete is a Mediterranean marvel. Whether it is trekking through the panoramic wonder of the Samaria Gorge or dining under the stars at Hania's Venetian harbor, visitors exploring western Crete will create a memorable experience for themselves while on this beautiful and diverse Greek island. As one...
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By:
Diane McManus, Jewish Exponent Feature
Your 17-year-old son is healthy enough. He could stand to exercise more -- video games take up more of his time than you'd like -- and he enjoys the usual teen-age treats -- burgers, fries, ice cream. Yet his weight is normal, and he has a Body Mass Index of 23, within the normal range, which is thought to be...
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Turns out Cupid has an ugly side as well
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Spring is here, love is in the air, and wedding planning is in the final stages. Romance may be in full bloom, but there are signs of a sobering reality everywhere, from the 50 percent divorce rate in the United States to the caveats expressed in prenuptials. Is there such a thing as love/hate relationships? Their existence presumes that the...
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Deep Breeze breathes new life into lung illness treatment
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
When it comes to life-altering illnesses that necessitate an emergency room visit, many patients will want a second or third opinion in order to get the best and most efficient treatment available. Enter Deep Breeze, a medical wonder from Israel with the potential to help both doctors and patients breathe easier about the way potentially serious lung conditions can be...
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