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Israeli seniors and widows receive food packages and help build sukkah for the holidays

(September 19, 2021 / JNS) The high holiday season, especially the Sukkot feast, is a time defined by joy and family time. But for the poor, the elderly, or widows, putting food on the table can be a time of added stress and challenge. To that end, Colel Chabad, Israel’s …

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South County Events, September 19

Upcoming meetings Town Halls: Coronado, 4 p.m. Tuesday; National city, 6 p.m. Tuesday Chula Vista invites to contribute to the waste management plan The city of Chula Vista is taking action to achieve 90% waste diversion by 2035. Residents are invited to give their opinion to the public on the …

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It may not be Alzheimer’s disease – The Lima News

What if it wasn’t Alzheimer’s? This is a question that many people ask themselves after their loved one has been diagnosed with this disease. This is the question I was asked after my husband Daniel was diagnosed at the age of 58. Being a Type A person with almost 40 …

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Washington DC Police Prepare for January 6 Riot Support Rally | Attack on the US Capitol

Washington DC braced for Saturday’s rally in support of those arrested for storming the Capitol on January 6 by staging the kind of security operation it failed to mount before the coup attempt. The city surrounded the Congress buildings with stiffened fences, called in large numbers of police and put …

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Tribute to Jane Whittington: 1950-2021 – Mad In America

Iit is with great sadness that I write about the sudden and unexpected passing of my former husband and best friend Jane. Many of you will remember Jane as Bruce Whittington from Whitehorse, Yukon, northern Canada. I know my reference to when Jane was known to the world as Bruce …

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ASU student organizations respond to Texas abortion law

Texas Senate Bill 8 is the country’s most restrictive abortion law currently in effect Photo by Zach Van Arsdale and Kristin Millie Salazar | The state press Citizen substitution makes the entire state hostile to most abortion seekers. Illustration published on Thursday, September 16, 2021. By Mason Hughes | 09/16/2021 …

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Myeloproliferative Tumors: How Do MPNs Affect Quality of Life?

As a clinician, you know that certain questions are inevitable after telling a patient that they have a myeloproliferative tumor (MPN). For example: Is my condition curable? What are my treatment options? Are MPNs Genetic? What is my short and long term prognosis? However, perhaps the most urgent for some …

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YouthWell at Nexus of Community Collaboration for Mental Wellness Support | Good for Santa Barbara

[Noozhawk’s note: Second in a series sponsored by the Hutton Parker Foundation. Click here for the first article.] “An ounce of prevention is better than a cure,” said Benjamin Franklin while advocating for Philadelphia’s premier fire department. He might as well have been an advocate for mental health care in …

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Road 2 Recovery will launch phase one of Max Matters mental health initiative

ENCINITAS, California—Following the launch of the Max Matters Mental Health Initiative earlier this summer, the Road 2 Recovery Foundation (R2R), in collaboration with MX Sports Pro Racing, is set to launch the initiative’s opening phase. Working collaboratively with healthcare professionals and industry leaders, R2R has led efforts to establish support …

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Gulf Power Foundation donates over $ 32,000 to organizations

Special to Gannett | The diary of fate PENSACOLA – Five local charities and nonprofits, ranging from schools to environmental agencies, have received grants from the Gulf Power Foundation totaling more than $ 32,000 to support communities in Northwest Florida. “The mission of the Gulf Power Foundation is to support …

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