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Reflections on Aging

Table for Two

January 27, 2016 1

Editor’s Note:  This guest post is contributed by Carole Leskin. For the last few years, Tuesday has been my favorite day of the week. I wake up early, shower, dress and rush off to the [Read more…]

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Books

Judaism and Health includes essay by Rabbi Address

April 27, 2015 0

Rabbi Address contributed the essay, “Tradition, Texts and Our Search for Meaning,” to this collection. This authoritative volume—part professional handbook, part scholarly resource and part source of practical information for laypeople—melds the seemingly disparate elements [Read more…]

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Reflections on Aging

Mystery and Medicine

February 24, 2015 0

Mystery and the unknown have been on my mind recently after facilitating one of the final sessions of The Healer’s Art course for first year medical students who have elected to explore the relational, humanistic, [Read more…]

Gail Zugerman, Growing Old with Gusto Blog
Reflections on Aging

Guest Post: How to Grow Old With Gusto

January 27, 2015 3

Editor’s Note: Gail Zugerman, author of this contribution to JSA, is founder of GRF Marketing, Ltd., based in Chicago since 1983, has provided marketing strategy consulting through the use of qualitative research for clients throughout [Read more…]

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Health and Wellness Programs

A Partnership Of Faith And Trust

January 2, 2014 0

January 2014 and the Affordable Care Act is in place.  This is not a thought piece on the act or on the Jewish position on equal access to health care (it is in favor). Rather, [Read more…]

Dr. Shoshana Nock
Health and Wellness Programs

The Eyes of a Baby Boomer

July 18, 2012 0

Editor’s Note: Joining our network of contributors is Dr. Shoshana Nock, an optometrist in Houston specializing in vision issues of concern to Baby Boomers. One of the unfortunate side effects of growing older is the [Read more…]

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