Parkinson’s disease is a complex, progressive neurological disorder affecting up to 10 million people. And it is fast growing in prevalence
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(Courtesy of SMGH) Every year March is designated Women’s History Month in the U.S. by presidential proclamation. The month is set aside to honor women’s contributions in American history. With Pesach, and the story of the Exodus, Hebrew women played a major role, and their actions are probably what saved Judaism.
These creative activities are an exciting way to work on fine motor control, eye-hand coordination, visual tracking, gross motor skills, strength and body awareness. These do not require any prep, and very few materials are needed, so they can be played anywhere.
(Courtesy of SMGH) You are scheduled for a hospital stay that may be during Pesach. What do you do?
“Knowing the extensive staff education we have done and continue to do at St. Mary’s General Hospital,” said George Matyjewicz, PhD, community liaison, “I thought it is important for our community
The Shidduch Crisis. Love or hate the term, it’s come to define a generation and the growing population of older singles in our midst who have not yet found their mates. There’s been lots of ink spilled over the years as to the possible causes, and many heartfelt and well-meant suggestions as to what we as a community can do to
I think that I have been overweight ever since I was 10. Not obese, but certainly overweight. But I never really identified myself that way. I didn’t look in the mirror and see a fat person: I just saw me—who I was. I also never saw my 4’9” self as short. I am who I am, the way Hashem created me. Not perfect, but the way I
Dr. Howard Drew, the son of Polish Holocaust survivors, knows firsthand the suffering they experienced as children at the hands of the Nazis, including a lack of food and medical care.
While there was nothing he could do about their past suffering, Drew knew he could help ease what had been
Dr. Torin Rutner of West Orange is much more than your average oral surgeon. His practice, Center for Oral & Facial Surgery, provides a wide array of services including oral and maxillofacial surgery, facial reconstruction and facial cosmetic surgery. And since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rutner and his staff
Every year when we get up to a specific portion of the Seder (B’chol dor va’dor), my husband will pause, as is the tradition of his family, to tell the story of his grandfather’s survival during the Holocaust. While there are many reasons why this is done, one important reason is that we should know—and remember—what he and the
This morning’s activities included cleaning out our freezer and beginning to organize a box of food for donations. It’s that time of year again, folks: preparing for Pesach. In the weeks (and for some, months) leading up to Pesach so many of us begin to plan and prep. The cleaning, the cooking, the organizing.
It is common for me to be asked, “So when are we going to cure cancer already?” If I am at a bar mitzvah, I start to look for the sushi or the bar at this point. A reasonable answer is, as most of my colleagues would concur, that we do cure many cancers already, but unfortunately have limited success with others. I suspect many of you