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1. Adderall shortage: There has been a serious nationwide shortage of Adderall these past few months. Here is my understanding as to why: A major generic manufacturer of Adderall went

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Obituaries

Obituaries: February 2, 2023

Terri Frauman Terri Suzanne Frauman, 66, a lifelong resident of Dallas, passed away Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, of pneumonia. Terri was born April 19, 1956. She attended Shearith Israel Hebrew

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Recipes

Food memories after the Holocaust

By Tina Wasserman When I premiered my first book at the URJ Biennial in Toronto I shlepped 2 gallons of chicken soup through customs (frozen and in my checked luggage).

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Hashem is involved in our lives

By Rabbi Howard WolkParashat Bo This Shabbat, 6 Shevat/Jan. 28, is the third yahrzeit of my wife Rebbetzin Annette Wolk, Chanah Bayla bas Yehoshua, z”l. These words are offered in

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Action!

By Alan Koenigsberg, M.D. Ok, so the last few articles have been about listening, speaking, and thinking. Now it’s time to act! We have varying degrees of what we can

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What happens when we procrastinate?

Dear Families, We don’t always realize how the Torah addresses issues about our present-day lives. But reading a commentary today from Rabbi Yitzchak Zweig, I learned “and you shall guard

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Recipes

Recipes

All about squash

By Tina Wasserman First came the pumpkins, used more for decoration than for eating (rightfully so if we’re talking about jack-o’-lanterns). Then the new crop of squashes came to the

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Recipes

International recipes for Sukkot

By Tina Wasserman Many historians believe that the New World’s first Thanksgiving was patterned after our holiday of Sukkot. THE harvest festival (often called Ha-Hag) was a celebration of thanks

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