Everyone remembers that feeling from elementary school, when you left you homework in a folder at home and class starts in 5 minutes. There’s the initial panicking, the sweating, the tears and the inevitable faking sick so you can use the office phone to call Mom so she’ll swing by...
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March 8, 2007 | 7:00 pmAs I watch the first of my six granddaughters prepare to become a bat mitzvah this spring, I am filled with pride. She and young Jews like her around the world are following in the footsteps of generations of youth who came before them, affirming to their communities that they are...
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Soroya Nazarian learned about hereditary inclusion body myopathy (HIBM), an uncommon muscular disorder that affects the Persian Jewish community, while in Israel on a Hadassah mission about five years ago. There, she met professor Zohar Argov, from the department of neurology at the...