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Groups launched to help Jewish couples with IVF face uncertain landscape after Roe reversal - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Groups launched to help Jewish couples with IVF face uncertain landscape after Roe reversal - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

SubscribeCloseAdvertisement() — Kristin had been trying to conceive for two years before learning that she had two blood-clotting conditions that increased her risk of miscarriage and could make pregnancy and childbirth dangerous, even fatal.So she and her husband Shai moved to a contingency plan: seeking a surrogate to carry their baby. The Jewish couple assumed they would work with someone near their home state of Ohio, like Illinois or Minnesota, where surrogacy and termination laws are more lenient.But then the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, ending abortion rights in the...

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South Florida toddler dies after being left in a hot car outside a Jewish school - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

South Florida toddler dies after being left in a hot car outside a Jewish school - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

SubscribeCloseAdvertisement() — An Orthodox community in South Florida is reeling after a 3-year-old boy died when he was left in a hot car outside a Chabad-Lubavitch school, where both of his parents are teachers.According to local reports, the boy’s father found him unresponsive in the parked car at 3:45 p.m. on Monday, after another staff member at the school in Miami Gardens remarked that he had not seen the boy all day. Paramedics performed CPR at the scene and he was pronounced dead at Jackson North Medical Center.The Medical Examiner determined the cause of death to be hyperthermia,...

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BA.5 is pummeling Jewish summer camps, sickening campers and canceling visiting days - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

BA.5 is pummeling Jewish summer camps, sickening campers and canceling visiting days - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

SubscribeCloseAdvertisement() — So many campers were sick with COVID-19 last week at Ramah New England that its director, Rabbi Ed Gelb, put out a call to families: Would any nurses be willing to come to camp for a few days to help?“We have a large and capable nursing staff, but more help would be great,” he wrote.Gelb’s request came in an extended email about the state of the pandemic at the Palmer, Massachusetts, Jewish camp, in which he said some buildings had been transformed temporarily into infirmaries. But unlike some other camps, he said, Ramah New England would not be introducing...

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