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In a Single Stroke

Azriela Jaffe

In a matter of moments, a stroke can turn a healthy person into a disabled, helpless patient. Unfortunately, it’s not an uncommon condition. There is an 80 percent chance that someone in your family will have a stroke. What you need to know to prevent one from occurring.

 

The Hospital Chronicles

Perel Grossman

“You are dee best Jewvish family vee have here!” pronounces Pravahandra Ravichandricharn, RN. I can’t believe it. We are a clan of frustrated doctors, professional worriers, medical name-droppers, late-comers, hypochondriacs, and not a few know-it-alls. And I am no exception.

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Right to Die? What about the Right to Live?
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Done Deal
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman A rabbi sometimes has to say no
Exempt from What?
Jacob L. Freedman Different reason for a clear-cut case
Out-Rage
Faigy Peritzman How to avoid the anger trap
We’ve Got a Problem
Sarah Chana Radcliffe We may not know we’re negative
Center Stage
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz Transforming the physical into spiritual
Dear Sister-in-Law
Words Unspoken Please find pleasure in other things