Saturday, December 10, 2016 Kislev 10, 5777

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Phyllis Rubin, Jewish Exponent Feature
Many people feel they spend their time jumping through hoops and navigating hurdles, and end up drained by the effort. Eliana Yankelev, a senior at Lower Merion High School, spends much of her time jumping actual hurdles -- and seems to do it effortlessly. "I get really nervous before big races. I can't eat breakfast; I'm really hot, and my...
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Bowling was never a favorite pastime, Marnie Markowitz says, watching with amusement as a group of friends groan after a teammate misses a chance at a spare. Still, she came to this trendy Northern Liberties alley several years ago to check out the Jewish bowling league her sister had emailed her about, figuring it would be a good way to...
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
National Bad Breath Awareness Month is happening right now, and here are some tips that make for a breath of fresh air.
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Jewish Exponent Feature
Vat's that you say? Here's a toast to Purim with some liquid libations coming from Israel.
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Annoying, sure. But can toddlers playing with their food have darker implications?
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Why do toddlers play with their food? Is it simply an annoying -- and frustrating -- rite of passage for a child? Or does it have deeper implications? Recent headlines in Europe and a major study in Israel show that quirky early eating habits may have some serious roots with international ramifications. Britain's Daily Mail reported recently that a child...
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