Addiction: break free and live the life you deserve
Admitting you have a problem with addiction and asking for help takes a lot of courage, self-honesty and trust. But only by facing our addictions can we break free from the cycle of pain and shame and start living our lives with dignity.
Becoming a parent: the post-natal prep
Pregnancy can be an exciting time, imagining the birth and all it will bring.
Digestive troubles: don’t just swallow the pain
Everyone has mild or short-lived digestive problems from time to time, yet it is a topic people are not always comfortable discussing.
Travel Health and Safety for Jewish Families
When heading abroad for work or vacation, Jewish families often face unique challenges.
How I turned to blue-sky thinking
As I lie under the radiation machine and look up at its blue and white tiles, I have a lot of time to think, says Karen Skinazi
Cancer support can be welcoming and chic
Kosher bagels and high design are part of the mix at a hub for breast cancer patients in London
Devoted Barnet grandma seeks kidney donor to save her life
Ruth Adley needs a transplant to save her from a life on dialysis, as her kidneys are failing
Jewish dentist struck off after allegedly telling girl, 13, to send 'naughty pictures'
Richard Prais also allegedly sent the girl a picture of himself naked
Patients die, waiting for heart valve disease treatment
The UK’s dedicated heart valve disease charity, Heart Valve Voice is calling for senior NHS decision-makers to increase treatment capacity for severe aortic stenosis.
'Passionate' women's health advocate Linda Cardozo dies on BA flight to France
The professor's family wryly noted she might have been 'quite pleased' to learn her death was an 'international police incident'
When I struggled to start a family, I stopped going to shul
The Chief Rabbi's guidance for communal leaders to be sensitive to those who have experienced baby loss is very welcome
Self care the Jewish way: according to ancient sages and...Stacey Solomon
The High Holy Days are a good time to reflect on how we look after ourselves, says Viola Levy
DNA tests for breast cancer gene mutation affecting Ashkenazi Jews can lead to unnecessary surgery
Around one in every 400 people in the general population carries a faulty BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene, but the risk factor for people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent is 10 times greater
The plastic surgeon helping Jews love their noses
Dr Terry Dubrow, star of TV show Botched, says his experience of correcting mistakes always proves emotional for him and his patients
Making waves: the Israeli charity transforming disabled children's lives around the world
Jonathan Sacerdoti visits a charity which gives hope to thousands
Paul Simon is 'beginning to accept' his sudden hearing loss
The Jewish musician has opened up about the condition and described how it has affected his creative process