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Winning the Age-Old War

Barbara Bensoussan

Business in anti-aging products is booming, to the tune of over 12 billion dollars a year. Are these products all they’re hyped up to be? Can they help us maintain the golden glow of youth all the way through our golden years?

 

A Healing Heart

Riva Pomerantz

When he was three-months old, Alter Mordechai Morel was diagnosed with severe congestive heart defects. Two transplants and many challenging years later, his mother Joyce shares their story. Her message? No matter what, you can overcome.

 

Grandpa’s Menorah

As told to Judith Goldstein

Mom came from a completely secular background and thought Grandpa was charming. For her, life was a tea party; she was the gracious hostess and everyone else her guests. But with Dad, it was different. Though he’d hotly deny it, he was ashamed of Gramps.

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The Slow Death of Europe
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Time to Tell It Like It Is
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Vi Elult’zich?
Rabbi Henoch Plotnick Elul waits for no one
Wild Card
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Good for You
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Unparallel Lives
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Dear Girl on the Fridge Magnet
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