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BY Autumn Sadovnik
May 31, 2013

My grandmother called me one rainy evening asking for help changing a light bulb. I was only 14, so I brokered a ride from my friend Chris. My grandmother’s house was a mile down the road, but the rain was torrential. This was long before her Alzheimer’s left her confused about which family members were CONTINUE »

BY Shoshana Krupp
May 31, 2013

There is a common misunderstanding by many that home care and home health are the same. The difference is that home care is a nonmedical service that provides assistance with activities of daily living, and home health is a medical service providing treatment and care at home for illnesses and injuries. The options for care CONTINUE »

Aleeza Oshry
May 28, 2013

Spring is the season when we start to see new life after the cold, dark winter.  Many start preparing ground for growing gardens, while others begin rifling through closets to dispose of clutter.  With Earth Day this past Monday, CHAI Good Neighbor Day last Sunday and Baltimore Green Week ending tomorrow, many of us will CONTINUE »

Abe Novick
May 24, 2013

On a recent Sunday afternoon, I was able to hear Adam Riess speak at Bolton Street Synagogue. Riess is the 2011 Nobel Laureate in Physics for providing evidence that the expansion of the universe is accelerating. During his presentation, which was extremely well-documented with facts and empirical data and at the same time understandable for CONTINUE »

Marc B. Terrill
May 24, 2013

Countless poems and songs expound upon the emotional connection many Jews have to Israel. It is a bond forged through centuries of tradition, decades of modern history and time spent with the people in the land of Israel. To ensure that future generations care for our Jewish homeland, we must plant the seeds of love CONTINUE »