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A Healthier You
Some different types of stomach pain and how you might be able to recognize, treat, or prevent them
Chaya Rosen
A Healthier You
When the force of a blow or fall is strong enough, the brain bangs against the skull, and this can cause injury to the brain
Chaya Rosen
Ask Rabbi Greenwald
Your daughter wants to fit in; she also wants the comforts of a husband who will support her
Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald
Ask Rabbi Greenwald
How can we show our daughter support while inwardly siding with her husband?
Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald
Turing Point: Jr. Chanukah Supplement 5783
What would I tell her? My best friend was going to be so upset
Rochel Samet
Make Her Day: Succos 5782
“Strong” is so overused that it’s too trite to give people a real understanding of who she is and what she has gone through
Ariella Schiller
Make Her Day: Succos 5782
"I’d love to give her something to brighten her Yom Tov so that she feels special and knows how loved she is"
Ariella Schiller
The Real Me
We had a class siyum with doughnuts. Everyone was so excited to have a special treat, while we just had to sit and watch
Ruchy Bromberg
The Real Me
My name is Esther. I’m 12 years old and I live in Edgware, London, England. I have something called autism.
Ruchy Bromberg
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By Esther Teichtal

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  T he November sun is strong, but there’s a chill in the air I hadn’t expected. Autumn has crept up from behind in its mixed-up glory, blustery clawing tendrils and floaty leaves sashaying down to earth. I berate myself for not bringing sweaters as I lock the car, strap the baby in the stroller,

By Rachael Lavon

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I s a child being raised in Flatbush, I was surrounded by girls whose fathers learned in places like the Mir, Chaim Berlin, Torah Vodaath. Me? I was the daughter of a baal teshuvah from some hick town called Saratoga Springs — a place no one knew about. Blank stares were de riguer, and I

By Elana Rothberg

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L iving in Eretz Yisrael means not just living in a land filled with kedushah, but in a land saturated with our people’s past. Here in Ramat Beit Shemesh, we Anglo olim are just the newest population strata in an area known for its incredibly rich history, going back to the times of the Tanach —

By Gila Arnold

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  G rowing up in Baltimore, we had Washington, D.C., in our backyard. We spent Chol Hamoed trips there, school trips there, and any-other-opportunity trips there. The result was that, despite its glamorous status as the nation’s capital, Washington became a big bore. Been there, done that. But my attitude changed when I entered the

By Faigy Peritzman

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O ld meets new in York, perhaps more than in any other city in England. Bus routes weave around ancient city walls, the quaint marketplace thrives just a short distance from a designer outlet mall, and supermarkets jostle for space along a riverbank marked with bridges, stone buildings, signposts to history. In the middle of

By Rochel Samet