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Avoiding the Big 8

Robert M. Cohen, M.D.

With food allergies rising at an alarming rate, feeding your kids isn’t as simple as it used to be. Here, which foods are the biggest culprits, which symptoms require emergency care, plus revolutionary research that is changing the way we approach this condition (hint: peanuts may be the perfect baby food).

 

Short Story: The One Who Got Away

Tzipporah Wald

A Jewish child. Somewhere in the middle of nowhere, a Jewish child called Hanny. Breindy pictured her, sitting on her bed in Missouri, thinking Jewish thoughts, yearning for Hashem, not knowing Who she was yearning for.

 

All in the Family

Gila Arnold

It’s the classic Jewish mother’s kvell: “My son, the doctor…” Yet curiously enough, there’s many a mother who can boast of “My son … and daughter … and son-in-law … and cousin, the doctor.” Do careers run in families? What sort of family produces what type of professional? Family First explores this unusual intersection between work and home.

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