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Alan Russell studies regenerative medicine — a breakthrough way of thinking about disease and injury, using a process that can signal the body to rebuild itself.
Read the transcript & see more talks at TED.com
Making Memories: Unforgettable Family Reunions
One of the best things about Chanukah is the opportunity to get together with extended family. Whether you’re breaking the ice with infrequently seen relatives, feeding a gaggle of close cousins, or creating mementos to cherish, these tips will help you plan the perfect event. ...
For those of us whose family isn’t concentrated in one geographic area, arranging a full-scale family reunion may sound like a distant dream ... but if there is anything I’ve learned from all the women I’ve interviewed for this article, it is this: the love engendered by strong family bonds conquers all! If it’s important enough, it can be worked out.
And most poignantly – the impetus for creating and maintaining a cohesive and loving family can usually be traced back to the family matriarch. All it takes is just one woman to create a family culture of unity and connectivity that can be passed down through the generations.
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Last Night Chanukah
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