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It was a peaceful Friday night after the Shabbat meal. My son and I left the house to go learn Torah together at the local synagogue. A few moments later, the calm was shattered by the gunfire. At … more
In Iowa, sparsely populated rural areas exist with emergency medical services response times that are so long that they sometimes prove deadly. Now, the Hawkeye state is turning to the Jewish … more
Seven months ago, following years of aggressive cancer treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma, Ayelet Rosenberg, 35, gave birth to her fourth child, Yishai, making history as the first woman in the world to … more
With mental health at the forefront of social issues propelled by the coronavirus pandemic, two Five Towns-based organizations — Nafshenu Alenu and the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC — have … more
There was a chanukat habayit for an expanded Achiezer kosher respite room at Mount Sinai South Nassau in Oceanside on Monday. “Everyone else can go to the cafeteria,” Rabbi Dr. Aaron E. … more
A yellow crane lowered the final beam into place to complete the steel structure that will become St. John’s Episcopal Hospital’s new Ambulatory Pavilion, which is expected to open next … more
In 1987, I went backpacking across Japan during its famous cherry blossom season. Unfortunately, I suffered from terrible allergies and my nose was running like a faulty faucet. In desperation, I … more
It was on a safari through South Africa in 2012 when Elisa and Dr. Morris Hartstein’s four children, all under the age of 12, had what the family now refers to as their “eureka” … more
What’s responsible for some 400,000 deaths a year and $37 billion in financial losses in the United States alone? It’s not Covid, cancer or opioids. Rather, it’s errors made by … more
After one of the most difficult years in United Hatzalah’s history, it was time to celebrate and secure the future. Over 1,000 people gathered in New York City on May 24 to support the … more
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