Coronavirus

Jewish lives lost to the coronavirus

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Chabad.org is working on a project to record and recall every member of the Jewish community who has perished during this plague. Yaakov Abayev ●...

‘A vaccine is not the be all or end all’

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Q & A With Dr. Naor Bar-Zeev When will we have a vaccine for COVID-19? How effective will it be? Naor Bar-Zeev, an associate professor...

7 ways to stay connected to Judaism

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Seniors are one of the most susceptible groups to COVID-19. According to the CDC, the older the adult, the higher the risk for severe...

Deluged by pandemic needs, Israeli doctors get help from unlikely source: robots

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Sponsored By Larry Luxner JERUSALEM — Orthopedic surgeons at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Medical Center on Mount Scopus recently welcomed a newcomer to their team. She’s incredibly efficient, never...

Bridging Generations During Social Isolation

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  By Rabbi Joshua Stanton, Hedy Peyser, MSW and Andy Siegel, MHA We are living through a pandemic of biblical proportions. It is causing a secondary...

Kids need more outdoor time? Get it at night with a backyard campout

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School is out and summer is here — but your kids have already been spending their days at home since March, thanks to the...

Seniors spend quarantine putting memories on paper

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During quarantine, people have had a lot more free time, and a lot more time to think. Some members of Congregation Beth El of Montgomery...

In hospice, big decisions have to be made quickly

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As chaplains, Rabbi Yaffa-Shira Sultan and the Rev. Deb Vaughn offer spiritual and emotional care to those in JSSA Hospice and their families. For them,...

Are we really as isolated as we think?

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In a rare moment of quiet this morning, I was cruising social media and came upon a post from a friend that surprised me....

Chabad of Reston-Herndon says it with flowers and chicken soup

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How do you reach out to Jews when they’re in quarantine? And how do you do it with the Chabad touch? Rabbi Leibel and Nechamie...