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Beit Issie Shapiro helps children with disabilities“In Israel, some 320,000 (approximately nine per cent of) children ages 0-19 live with a disability,” according to Beit Issie Shapiro, a...read more...
Conference aims to empower Orthodox womenTORONTO — The Canadian Friends of Nishmat, a Jerusalem-based organization that promotes higher Torah learning for women, is presenting a one-...read more...
Renewal helps save lives...one kidney at a timeThe idea of elective surgery often conjures images of people with nose jobs, facelifts and implants. But kidney donor John Anhang is hoping to...read more...
Israeli hospital gets first-ever Arab donationTORONTO — The Meir Medical Centre in Kfar Saba, Israel, has been around for 57 years. With around 800 beds and leading departments in...read more...
Technion close to deal with Toronto hospitalsIsrael’s Technion University and the University Health Network (UHN) in Toronto are close to finalizing an arrangement that would see “...read more...
Shul offers dementia care programTORONTO — Holy Blossom Temple will once again offer its Living With Dementia program, geared to family members caring for loved ones suffering...read more...
Jewish women giving birth later than others, but how long can they wait?NEW YORK — American Jewish women are giving birth later than other women, sometimes delaying childbearing into their late 30s or even 40s. The...read more...
Pay heed to kids’ online activities, expert advisesTORONTO — One way to be a good parent in the digital age is to communicate with your children about what’s happening online, says a...read more...
Student raises awareness for lymphedemaTORONTO — Leora Nash, a 15-year-old student at the Anne and Max Tanenbaum Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto was diagnosed with primary...read more...
Low-dose radiation can be beneficial, scientist saysNuclear engineer Jerry Cuttler wants to debunk the radiation scare.  “Low-dose radiation could be employed to delay the onset of Alzheimer...read more...

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