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Motzaei Shabbos Night Activity

Michal Frischman

It’s not a weeknight, everyone is relaxed after Shabbos, and there’s a solid chunk of time just waiting to be filled. Whether you’re looking for something to do with your kids, your spouse, your friends, or alone, we’ve got exciting suggestions for these long winter Motzaei Shabbos nights.

 

Bedrock of Belief

Shani Mendlowitz

“Why are you coming in through the back door?” This was the Chofetz Chaim’s question to the many callers who sought his brachos. If you’re trying to visualize his house and its entrances, you misunderstand. The Chofetz Chaim was not referring to the portals of his home; he was alluding instead to the gateways of Heaven.

 

The Faces and Facts of Thyroid Disorder

Yael Schuster

It can be diagnosed with a simple blood test, but more than half of those with a thyroid disorder are unaware they have it. A look at the many ways thyroid imbalances impact one’s health — and what can be done to treat it.



 
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