Saturday, April 25, 2015 Iyyar 6, 5775

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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
As I round the corner to our kitchen, I come face to face with a large photo showing me and Sam clowning around near Lincoln Center. The two of us are beaming right off the page. You'd think that we'd just been picked to play violin solos with the New York Philharmonic, when the less dramatic truth is that we...
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In an economy like this, they're trying to stretch their dollars to the fullest
By:
Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
When David Broida retired a decade ago from the Upper Merion Township recreation department after 32 years, he thought he had saved enough for retirement. But the Haverford resident, 64, is back at work, coaching tennis and squash, as well as substitute teaching at private schools on the Main Line as he looks for a steady, part-time job. "We're watching...
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As the stock market goes through gyrations rarely if ever seen before on Wall Street, maybe it's time for investors and bill-payers to rethink that budget first formed when banks didn't have "for sale" signs on them, and "banker's hours" were to be envied, not applied to time spent at the unemployment office. That free toaster when you opened a...
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By:
Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
Even at 6 a.m., standing on Holland America Line's cruise ship ms/Zuiderdam and sipping a mimosa (or, if you prefer, a cup of hot chocolate), I opened my eyes wide, wiped away the cobwebs and stared out in the dim light of dawn to see one of the wonders of the world. At this moment, six days after leaving Fort...
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New research in an animal model suggests that a diet high in inorganic phosphates -- found in a variety of processed foods, including meats, cheeses, beverages and bakery products -- might speed the growth of lung-cancer tumors and may even contribute to the development of those tumors in individuals predisposed to the disease. The study also suggests that dietary regulation...
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