Publisher’s Letter: October 2021

Rather than devote an entire section of the magazine to Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, I decided to intersperse the articles to make them harder to bypass. After all, breast cancer continues to touch so many lives. One startling statistic is that 1 in 8 women

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Publisher’s Letter September 2021

Things are changing rapidly. With the Pfizer vaccine now fully approved by the FDA for individuals 16 and older, people wonder might wonder if their 12-year-olds can get the vaccine. They can! With so many questions about vaccines, boosters, mandates, and school protocols, we’ve tried to provide

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Publisher’s Letter August 2021

This summer promised to bring renewed hope and freedom from the fear we experienced last summer. Getting the mRNA vaccines made me feel liberated. Finally, I could dine at my favorite restaurants, and see my friends and family. No longer did I feel that the insidious virus

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Publisher’s Letter July 2021

While thinking about how my daily life choices impact my overall health and joyfulness, I came across the website lifehacks.org and found some great suggestions I thought I’d pass along. Decide what’s important to you. Whether it’s caring for your children, working on your career, volunteering, or

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Publisher’s Letter March

Publisher’s Letter March An article in this month’s issue, “We’re Vaccinated. We’re Invincible. We’re Still Scared,” written by my cousin Debbie Nathan, describes perfectly how I and many others are feeling these days. Like Debbie and Mort, I’ve received both doses of the vaccine, and my side

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Publisher’s Letter January 2021

Publisher’s Letter January 2021   Sitting at my computer, gazing out at snow-covered trees, I can’t help but feel gratitude — for the warmth of home, being able to immerse myself in interesting work, having access to nutritious food, supportive friends and family, and more. This pandemic

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