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Haredim insist oral suction necessary for brit milahFollowing the death of two babies from herpes – one in 2004 and the other last fall – New York City’s Board of Health has...read more...
Keeping kosher as we ageWe all have our traditional kosher favourites – and for many this means Ashkenazi fare such as slow-roasted brisket, matzah ball soup, lockshen...read more...
Glatt’s issues kosher ground beef recallCertain Glatt’s brand ground beef and ground veal sold at Montreal retail outlets may contain E.coli bacteria and should not be consumed, the...read more...
Toronto man needs new liver to surviveTORONTO — Sam Marr is on the hunt for a hero. For 27 years, he has been fighting a serious liver condition, and the time has come to find a...read more...
Winnipeg federation rescues seniors centreWINNIPEG — The Gwen Secter Creative Living Centre, a Jewish seniors centre in north Winnipeg and the only Orthodox Union-certified caterer and...read more...
Dr. Joe retires after 60-year careerTORONTO — After a 60-year medical career, Dr. Joseph Greenberg, affectionately called Dr. Joe by thousands of his patients and friends, has...read more...
Almost 100 and still going strongFrom the very first moment you meet Kitty Cohen, you can’t believe this vibrant little woman is about to turn 100. But that’s exactly...read more...
Book explores mild cognitive impairmentThree Baycrest psychologists have written one of the first books on mild cognitive impairment (MCI) aimed at patients and families. Nicole Anderson,...read more...
JF&CS seeks adoptive parents for foster childTORONTO — Sheryl Ederman, a practice team manager at Jewish Family & Child, is “shocked and perplexed” that efforts to get a 10...read more...
Zareinu to take part in provincial studyTORONTO — Zareinu Educational Centre of Metropolitan Toronto will be part of a provincial study that will assess agencies that help children...read more...

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