Hospice patients know they are living on borrowed time. Most are given a prognosis of six months to live. According to Medicare laws, a doctor signs a hospice primary diagnosis, where the emphasis turns to palliative care.
Dvora Lakein | News | Monday, March 28
When, back in the middle ages, a Jewish convert to Christianity brought his grievances against the Jews to Pope Gregory IX, his complaints led to the famous Disputations of 1240.
Baila Olidort | News | Wednesday, March 23
In 1996, a young rabbi walked onto the grounds of Youthcare, a residential treatment center for troubled teens in Provo, Utah on a mission. He was looking for a certain Akiva Greenfield...
Rena Greenberg | News | Tuesday, March 22
Purim celebrates a familiar plot: A nation threatened with destruction is saved at the eleventh hour when its enemy’s plans are miraculously thwarted.
News | Sunday, March 20
The victims almost all Jews from Israel on a tour of Turkey, it is a question of some concern, especially to Turkey’s thriving Jewish community of about 15,000. Three Israelis were killed, and at least five seriously injured.
Staff Writer | News | Sunday, March 20
Simply stated: Science has now discerned and confirmed that emanating gravitational forces caused by collisions trillions of light-years away can reach us here on earth, and has proven that these forces cause an actual ripple effect on space and time as we know it.
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky | News | Friday, March 18
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The generation gap grows wider and wider, but in the Jewish community of Venice & North Port, FL, one team of Chabad representatives might have found a way to fix that.
Etti Krinsky | News | Thursday, March 17
Albert Rosa, has five such medals, including an honorable purple heart. Now, for the first time in 55 years, he opened up about his time in Auschwitz.
Etti Krinsky | News | Wednesday, March 16
Opening in time for Purim is a Chabad House serving the Great Barrier Reef and its neighboring towns.
Etti Krinsky | News | Tuesday, March 15
The new Bikur Cholim center in Moscow, a facility focused on goodwill, specializes in delivering meals to the families who have put their needs aside. Their new kitchen will prepare and provide meals for those who are in need and their busy families.
Etti Krinsky | News | Thursday, March 10
In a decision that has been repeated in many cities in the Former Soviet Union, authorities are restoring to Jewish communities synagogue buildings that were confiscated back in the prewar years.
News | Monday, February 22
Eighty years ago, it was a candy factory, owned by communists. Last week, it was dedicated as the new and first...
Etti Krinsky | News | Wednesday, December 23
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