Rabbi Ruttenberg’s posts include retweets from colleagues and activists and Schitt’s Creek gifs, but there’s also a fascinating explanation of how Jewish medical ethics expert Rabbi Eliezer Waldenberg decided that Israeli trans pop star—and 1998 Eurovision Song Contest winner—Dana International was legally a woman. From the Jewish Chronicle.
Meet the Rabbi of Twitter
On eye color, privilege, and embarrassing admissions. From Kveller.
Talking With Judy Batalion About The Light of Days
I spoke to Judy Batalion about the Jewish women who smuggled weapons in their underwear, assassinated Nazis, and sabotaged a city’s water supply.
In Alma: These Young Women Risked Their Lives to Fight Nazis. We Should All Know Their Names
In Lilith: The Hidden Heroines of World War II
The Allure of Mysteries
What makes mysteries, both fictional and real, so compelling? I attempt to find out. From The Psychologist.
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I No Longer Have Bad Hair Days, Thanks to This 2-in-1 Dryer
My ode to the greatest hair styling tool EVER. From SELF.
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How to Choose Baby Clothes Without Losing Your Mind
It may seem … uh trivial, in light of coronavirus, but at one time I was completely flummoxed by clothing choices for my kid. From TheWeek.com
Baby clothes on hot pink background. Illustration, iStock.
Kids and Medical Over-treatment
Does your child really need those antibiotics? Here’s how to find out. From TheWeek.com.
The Other Jewish Women’s Cancer
The Other Jewish Women’s Cancer. All about my mom, ovarian cancer, and DNA testing. From Lilith, Winter 2019-2020.
A New Class of Medications for Pain Patients?
Will nerve growth factor inhibitors help ease your back or knee pain? From Practical Pain Management.
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New Strategies for Treating Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease
Researchers have identified best practices for treating children with SCD. From Practical Pain Management.
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