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Life Sciences

Michal Eisikowitz

In a most unlikely place, talented high schoolers from Maryland are getting high-level health research down to a science — and studying how to survive and thrive as frum professionals.

 

The Dark Side of “BFF”

Chanita Cassell, MSW

Seminary is a time for building lifelong friendships, but when girls are away from home, lonely and vulnerable, they can also fall into unhealthy friendships. Here are some red flag signs of a toxic relationship, plus pointers on how to prevent girls from slipping into them.

 

Time to Consider

Barbara Bensoussan

The kids are headed back to school, and finally, you return to blessed routine. But you feel like you still aren’t getting enough done…. How can you get control of your day? Paradoxically, instead of trying to save time, the first step may be spending time figuring out how to maximize your hours.

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