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Queen Mother

Chany Rosengarten

Ayala Nivin is the mother of a double-digit family, and she nurtures her 14 children with aplomb. But it wasn’t always like that. The paradigm shift from resentful servant to dignified queen took time, thought, and a whole lot of nurturing — this time, of herself.

 

The Killer Headache: Making Sense of Migraines

Azriela Jaffe

Migraines take throbbing head pain to a whole new level. What they really feel like (you’ll be surprised), why women are more susceptible than men, plus the latest prevention strategies.

 

Shabbos in Manhattan

Faigy Gerstein

My husband is the youngest in his family, and I am the oldest in mine. There were no weddings in his family after ours, and no weddings in my family before mine. Which meant that I never had the privilege of attending the wedding of a sibling or sibling-in-law until my younger brother Eli got married, a full eight years after I did.

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