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Mayanei Hayeshua Hosts World-Renowned Psychiatrist Rabbi Dr Abraham Twerski, Who Will Talk About “The Importance Of Self-Esteem In Mental Health”


Mayanei Hayeshua hosts world-renowned psychiatrist Rabbi Dr Abraham Twerski, who will talk about “The importance of self-esteem in mental health.”


On Monday, 9 September 2019, the world-renowned psychiatrist and author Rabbi Dr Abraham Joshua Twerski will address the professional staff of Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center on the topic: “The importance of self-esteem in mental health.” Dr Twerski’s clinical career focuses on addiction and substance abuse, and much of his popular writing – he is the author of over 60 books – is on chemical dependency, stress, self-esteem and spirituality.

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Removing ayin horah remotely from Yerusholayim

   People from the frum community worldwide have recently been enthralled with the amazing abilities of Rav Doniel Hool shlitah, who diagnoses ayin horah and then destroys it remotely from Yerusholayim, using the traditional method of pouring molten lead or ‘Blei Gissen’.

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New York To Urge Against Vaping, Echoing US Warnings

New York’s health commissioner is urging people to stop vaping, echoing recent warnings about the habit from the federal government.

Dr. Howard Zucker said in a statement Saturday that people should abstain from vaping while “the definitive cause of reported vaping-associated illnesses” can be better determined.

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Israeli Jets Strike Targets In Gaza After Drone Attack

Israeli aircraft hit several Hamas targets on Motzei Shabbos, after terrorists used a drone to drop a bomb on the Israeli side of the Gaza-Israel perimeter fence.

The Israeli military said the targets included “offensive military equipment and two military sites” for the Islamic group’s aerial unit, which it said was responsible for the drone attack.

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Motzei Shabbos News Round-Up From Israel

A 45-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot on Chai Landau Street in Beer Sheva on Motzei Shabbos. United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Eliah Yitzchak Tubul who was one of the first responders at the scene said: “We treated the injured man at the scene.

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