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From Killer to Cure

Yael Schuster

Can eating a food your body finds toxic actually save your life? Outlandish as it sounds, this breakthrough therapy is gaining traction across the allergy world.

 

Her Gifts

Machla Abramovitz

Selfless and serene, Pupa Rebbetzin Devorah Rochel Neuman a”h lived to do for others.

 

Turning Tides

As told to Leah Gebber

I didn’t want Yom Kippur to end. I was 21, newly engaged, and come Ne’ilah I felt that my inner work was not quite done. I needed to continue pleading, I needed time before the shofar blew and the year ahead was sealed. Just a few weeks later, as I walked to the chuppah, I felt a certain thickness in the air, like I was wading through a sea of emotions. What did it mean?

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