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Harvest time for Golan Heights Winery

Harvest time for Golan Heights Winery

Anna HarwoodSpecial to the Tribune  Sukkot, the traditional autumnal harvest festival, is infused with imagery and ritual, celebrating the completed harvest. In...

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Robotic exoskeleton demo to be in Toronto

Robotic exoskeleton demo to be in Toronto

Technion Canada along with sponsors Bistro Grande and Stone Tile International Inc., will host a demonstration of the ReWalk, the first commercially viable upright...

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Becoming a psychologist: a marathon, not a sprint

Becoming a psychologist: a marathon, not a sprint

Julie Cinamon It’s a long haul – the journey to becoming a clinical psychologist, that is. It’s almost 10 years before you can write ‘Ph.D., C. Psych.’...

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Israeli neurosurgery helps renowned violinist regain ability to play

Israeli neurosurgery helps renowned violinist regain ability to play

(JNS.org) – Israeli neurosurgeons at Tel Aviv’s Sourasky Medical Center helped former world-renowned violinist Naomi Elishuv overcome hand tremors to regain...

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Launch of web series a thrill for two Bialik grads

Launch of web series a thrill for two Bialik grads

What would an episode of Seinfeld or Curb Your Enthusiasm be like if two central characters conversed in Yiddish? This is one of the first observations made after...

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