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July 2014

He Served A Lifetime

Remembering Rabbi Haim Asa

Sandy Summer Shabbats

A precursor of “Me Time” on our day of observance.

DNA and Diaspora

We as a Jewish population are connecting in more ways than you think.

Deficit Spending or Modest Living?

So many changes — yet the important things remain.

White & Blue Genes

Exploring Our Genetic Genealogy

Jewish Genetics

Dena DNA

Making A Mishpucha

How fertility treatments are making the impossible possible for many parents.

Jersey Boys Meet OC

Writers revel in telling the story of four gritty guys who succeeded against all odds.

Oy Vey League

Celebrating Israel at UCI

Is Cloning Kosher?

Research allows gives us the ability to do it, but “should” we?


An intuitive approach to health.


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