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Artist, author, and Holocaust survivor, Lola Lieber, has packed several lives into one lifetime. Her story spans continents, generations, and an array of emotions.
Premature births are on the rise, and thanks to medical advances, survival rates have increased dramatically. Yet, beyond the actual science of neonatal care, studies have shown that an individualized and family-oriented approach in the immediate weeks following delivery can provide conditions that foster healthy brain development at the sensitive newborn stage, and may promise a better prognosis down the road.
Why do people act the way they do? What makes a person unique? Personality-type systems can help you delve into these questions — and teach you a lot about everyone in your life, including yourself.
I opened the shutters and sunshine exploded in my face. The heat attacked my arms, and the scent of summer crept up my nose. I breathed deeply. “Morning, Michal. Sleep well?” I turned to face Gavi. “Not exactly.” “What does that mean?” I knew it would sound silly. “The light from the digital clock kept me awake.” Gavi half-grinned, half-frowned. “You could have moved the clock, you know.” “I was too tired to get up.” Feminine logic, perhaps, but the truth.