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A fall down the stairs, a blow to the head, a car accident — what happens to those who survive a traumatic brain injury? Will they ever recover completely? And most importantly, how can they be helped?
How close are Ethiopia and England? When Ethiopian Galit married British Eliyahu, they found that with rock-solid emunah and a generous dash of flexibility, the bridging of two very different cultures could become the adventure of a lifetime.
Americans spend approximately 37 billion hours a year waiting in line. Why do some handle waiting better than others? How can service providers make waiting more pleasant? And what can we do to maximize our time in limbo?