Friday, July 25, 2014 Tammuz 27, 5774

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It happened to Philadelphia goalie Max Fenkell two years in a row. First, it was the inline hockey semifinal in the JCC Maccabi Games in 2004. After his Philadelphia team overcame a two-goal deficit against Washington, D.C., to tie the game -- this, in front of D.C.'s home crowd -- Fenkell, 15, gave up the game winning goal with just...
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While other National Football League executives may spend time schmoozing with clients and working to develop business relationships during a home game, Philadelphia Eagles president and chief operating officer Joe Banner prefers to watch in limited company, free to analyze his team with no distractions. "I have a little, mini-suite for myself, and one or two top execs -- and...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
The girl at the party clearly had had a little too much to drink. As the event wound down, the DJ turned off the turn-table and the lights came on, and she lit up and rambled on. The girl -- I'll call her "Maya" -- complained that she keeps finding herself pining for guys who she later learns are gay...
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Critic of postpartum depression ironically faces his own kind with Paramount
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
When film star Brooke Shield's story of her postpartum depression was revealed in her book Down Came the Rain last year, many hoped the world would take note and realize that such a reaction was not a myth, but a very real affliction suffered by women. Then along came Mr. "I-Know-Everything-About-Everything" -- the actor Tom Cruise -- displaying his vast...
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Exercise after a high-calorie meal can reverse arterial dysfunction
Physical activity after a high-fat meal not only reverses the arterial dysfunction caused by fatty foods, but has been found to improve the function of these same arteries compared to before the meal, according to new research from Indiana University. The findings, reported in the European Journal of Applied Physiology, are part of a growing focus on the effect food...
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