Sunday, September 25, 2016 Elul 22, 5776

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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Finland may be a relatively small country, but it's a giant when it comes to innovative interior design and lifestyle. Elegantly severe art deco and art nouveau structures and fortresslike Nordic buildings come alive -- even in the middle of winter -- with a warm rush of color, bright woods and flowing shapes that render the city livable and inviting...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
David Maggerman is trying to change people's ideas about Jewish day schools -- one family at a time. A parent who glows when speaking about the changes he's seen since his two small children began attending the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School in Wynnewood, Maggerman has offered to help other families pay tuition by donating the money to...
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Leading national hematologists earlier this week presented new basic and clinical research findings at the 46th annual American Society of Hematology meeting in Atlanta, which included hope for those going through chemotherapy. Among topics explored: mouth sores, a harsh side effect of chemotherapy, which strips the mouth of protective mucous membranes. Dr. Michael Schuster of New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical...
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A personal account on the day-in, day-out endurance test that is cancer
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Robinette Pelka, JE Feature
We need funny stories, warm blankets and magazines, just to keep our minds from focusing on the waiting room, the gateway to chemo land. It must be different for other kinds of patients -- nurses and doctors don't necessarily remind them of death. The first time, my mother and I walked toward the room in silence, holding hands. I'd collapsed...
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It was the morning of Nov. 26, 1956. Students at Abington High School filed into the building and, after a stop at their lockers, headed directly to their homeroom classes. During the homeroom period every day, a student would recite 10 verses from the King James version of the Bible over the loudspeaker for all to hear. A recitation of...
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