Friday, July 3, 2015 Tammuz 16, 5775

Or you can call them alternatives to traditional medicine
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
The use of herbs as medicine is as old as recorded time. From the pages of the Bible, in medieval texts and in documents down through the ages to more recent times, the preventative, curative, restorative benefits of herbs and other plants with medicinal properties have been noted and touted. Today, herbs and plants are being given serious thought and...
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In the age of video games, iPods and the Internet, the notion that children today don't read enough is an oft-repeated refrain. But there are always exceptions to the rule. And two of them -- Sarah Stern, 8, and her brother David, 5 -- live right here. Over approximately two months, Sarah, a third-grade student at Uwchlan Hills Elementary School...
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As any college senior will tell you, when graduation starts to loom on the horizon, things can get pretty tense. The impending transition forces students to consider the central question of their young lives at this point: How can I land a job? In order to facilitate their search, local Jewish mentoring projects -- like those run by Hillel of...
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By:
Ryan Teitman
The pursuit of knowledge has always been a major facet of Jewish culture, and a newly formed organization is seeking to extend this tradition by bringing some of the leading Jewish lights in the arts and sciences to the Philadelphia area to discuss their accomplishments and insights. Two men -- Marc Erlbaum and Rabbi Asher Crispe -- have founded the...
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Ryan Teitman
The quest for religious truth, explained New York University professor Lawrence H. Schiffman, goes on in all sorts of different ways throughout American culture, but in recent times, it has moved beyond religious texts, tradition and family life. The public fascination with the "Gospel of Judas," the supposed tomb of Jesus and even a work of pure fiction like The...
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