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New pediatric dentist at area practice brings philosophy of education and prevention
BY Maayan Jaffe
September 4, 2013

There are many words that one can use to describe Dr. Julie Blumenfeld, such as artist or educator. This past July, she added pediatric dentist to the list, when she took on her first full-time professional role as a member of the team of Stevenson Smiles. Affectionately known as Dr. Julie, Dr. Blumenfeld is focusing CONTINUE »

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Granddaughter is inspiration for grandmother’s prize-winning needlework
BY Simone Ellin
August 29, 2013

“Had it not been for my granddaughter, I wouldn’t be here today,” said Ellen S. Federoff, 63, of Randallstown. “I died two years ago,” she said. “My heart stopped, my kidneys failed, and I was in a coma. People told me that while I was in a coma, my daughter, Rose, was there. She took CONTINUE »

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UMD Hillel no longer just about the building
BY David Snyder
August 22, 2013

“I ate my meals there.” That phrase, or some version of it, is usually the first thing that comes to mind when past generations of University of Maryland students conjure up memories of their experiences at the school’s Hillel. Still, eating kosher food is not all Hillel provided. For decades, the Jewish campus hub has CONTINUE »

BY JTA Wire Service
August 18, 2013

 Israel launched a nationwide campaign to inoculate children aged 9 and under with the weakened, live form of the polio virus. More than 50,000 Israeli children living in southern Israel have been inoculated with the live virus in the past two weeks. The three-month campaign now is being spread to central and northern Israel. The CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
August 15, 2013

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley may run for president in 2016, according to recent comments he made. “By the end of this year, I think we’re on course to have a body of work that lays the framework of a candidacy for 2016,” he told reporters at the National Governors Association meeting earlier this month, as CONTINUE »