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Medical technology has advanced to the degree where life expectancy is longer than ever. Together with this blessing come the unique challenges that are an inevitable part of aging. Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most frightening prospects facing the elderly population. Can it be prevented? Is there a cure? How does a family cope once it surfaces?
Thinking back to my first year of marriage, I vaguely remember juggling suppers, laundry, and teaching, all the while getting to know my new husband. But mostly I remember Eli Friedman.
Telecommuting allows you to work in different time zones without ever leaving your house. But how does this work for a mother, whose children are in her time zone while her clients are not?
In a quiet garden in Beit Shemesh, a daughter connects with her roots in this tender tribute to family past and present.