FDA Decision Involves Area Patients Indiana Physician Participated in 'Rigid' National Clinical Study
Local surgeons who perform breast reconstruction and 'primary augmentation' for a large region of Indiana and three surrounding states are applauding the Food & Drug Administration decision (November 2006) to approve the manufacturing and use of silicone gel-based breast implants for American women. Ronald Downs, MD, FACS, former President of the Indiana State Medical Association and founder of The Centre, P.C. based in Elkhart, participated for more than ten years in the same national FDA study of silicone gel-based breast implants that is now cited as the basis for approving their use.
U. S. Seniors Retiring To Iraq; Say That's Where The Medicare Money Is, Reveals Newslaugh.Com, The Sanely Funny Humor Magazine, In Its March Fict
In its March fiction feature, NewsLaugh.com, The Sanely Funny Humor Magazine, reveals "U. S. Seniors Retiring to Iraq; Say That's Where The Medicare Money Is." Go to NewsLaugh.Com for the complete article. A brief excerpt follows.
Media and the Iraq War, Some Random Thoughts Indeed 2001
Here are some miscellaneous thoughts on issues many of which are opinion and should be looked at as such, some are not even my opinion but opinions of people I have talked with and wished to pass on. The first item I wish to discuss is the World News reporting which is anti-American.
Enrollment Begins for Summer Hebrew Language and Soccer Camp in Israel
EduKick Inc., the leader in educational and sports experiences for youth abroad, opens enrollment for a unique Hebrew language immersion course and soccer training camp this summer in Israel.
Minister Urges Illinois Senator Barack H. Obama to Seek the U.S. Presidency
Rev. Talbert W. Swan, II, an author, radio talk show host and community activist wrote an open letter to the United States' only African American Senator, Barack Obama, urging him to enter the race for President of the United States.
Jerusalem (PRWeb) February 2, 2007 -- Hundreds of people purchased MOVING UP: An Aliyah* Journal (Mazo Publishers) in the first weeks after publication of the book by first-time author, Laura Ben-David (http://www.aliyahbook.com). Lately, with thousands of North American Jews leaving their lives of relative comfort to share in the millennia-old dream of living in Israel, the timing couldn't be better for this exciting, new book that offers an inside glimpse into the phenomenon of Western Aliyah.
Laura Ben-David, who, along with her family, immigrated to Israel on the inaugural Nefesh B'Nefesh* flight, found her true passion in writing and speaking about Israel. Ben-David's engaging, anecdotal accounts, which are both humorous and uplifting, while being honest and real, found a large and receptive audience via forwarded e-mails. Apparently, this wide audience will become wider still with the publication of the collection of emails that make up the first, eventful year of Ben-David's Aliyah experience. 250 books alone were just shipped to one organization in America. With the book's broad appeal to those across the religious spectrum, it seems that Ben-David's book will go far indeed
"I never planned on writing a book," Ben-David comments, "but there was such a great thirst for stories about life in Israel beyond CNN. And I have a lot of stories!"
As Nefesh B'Nefesh has just welcomed its 10,000th oleh, it is fitting that Ben-David, the organization's very first oleh, has brought this page-turner into the marketplace. "We applaud Laura Ben-David for her honest, inspiring, and humorous Aliyah memoirs," said NBN Co-Founder and Executive Director, Rabbi Yehoshua Fass. "The reader will follow her on her emotional roller coaster as she experiences the trials and the triumphs of establishing her family in her new home in Israel. Many will discover a modern Israel that they were unaware of and some might even follow in her footsteps..."
About the Author
Laura Ben-David made Aliyah to Israel with her family from Boca Raton, Florida. She started keeping an e-journal of her Aliyah the day the moving men stampeded into their home, to forever change their lives. Her engaging anecdotal accounts are often funny, other times poignant, but always a joy to read. Laura is available to speak about Israel and Aliyah at your organization's events. She can be reached via e-mail.
MOVING UP: An Aliyah Journal
*Aliyah: literally "ascending" in Hebrew, refers to Jews returning to their ancient homeland in Israel
*Nefesh B'Nefesh: an organization dedicated to revitalizing North American Aliyah by removing or minimizing the financial, professional, logistical and social obstacles of Aliyah.
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