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April 17, 1987 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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He is author of Tzedaka
and Us – A Jewish Solicita-
tion Manual, and has written
many articles for journals of
popular and scholarly inter-
est.
Elinor Waters, director of
the Continuum Center at
Oakland University, will also
be on hand to discuss "Every-
thing You Always Wanted To
Know About Stress Manage-
ment."
In addition, Women's Di-
vision board members will
participate in Campaign
brainstorming and leadership
sessions.
Sharon Hart and Linda Lee
are board retreat chairmen.
Marlene Borman is president
of Women's Division.

DIMONA AND HANITA
CHAPTERS Naamat'USA,
will have a joint mini lunch-
eon April 28 at noon in the
Naamat meeting room in the
Kristen Tower, 25900 Green-
field, Suite 205E, Oak Park.
A panel from Recovery Inc., a
self-help organization, will
demonstrate its method for
achieving mental health.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, call Elaine Kohner,
851-3662, or Esther Klein,
358-5938. Guests are wel-
come.

TIKVAH GROUP Hadas-
sah, will have a road rally on
May 2, beginning at Hadas-
sah House. Late supper will
be served, and prizes
awarded. for details, call
Leila Stollman, 851-6128; or
Carol Hervey, 356-2544.
There is a fee, and reserva-
tions are due April 24.

NORTHWEST CHILD RE-
SCUE WOMEN Senior
Group, will have a regular
meeting on Thursday at
11:30 a.m. at the Colony
Park club house. Members
should bring ads to this meet-
ing or call Sarah Deitch for
information. The Mother-
Daughter Luncheon on May
14, for members and guests,
will be at Mountain Jack's,
Greenfield Rd., Southfield.
Nancy Kolar and Hannah
Foreman, chairmen, must
have reservations by May 10.
Guest speaker will be Frita
Drapkin, author of Jewish
books.

SHARONA CHAPTER
Naamat, will have a board
meeting on Thursday at 8
p.m. in the home of Molly
Katz, 29255 Laurel Woods
Dr., Southfield, 352-5096.
— The chapter will have a
luncheon and fashion show
honoring Natalie Charach on
April 25 at noon at the
Summit club house. The fash-
ion show narrator is Diane
Melkus. For reservations, call
Dorothy Tendler, 557-1316;
or Rosa Berger, 553-9123.
There is a charge.

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Health News ...

A Slipped Disc Can Be

A Painful "Slip-Up"

Intervertebral disc. What a tongue-twister of a name for a shock
absorber!
"Unfortunately, tongue-twisting isn't the only twist involved with
this little disc," explains Dr. Levine.
Anyone who does a lot of lifting, with the consequent twisting
and bending, is a prime candidate for a slipped disc injury."
Although it works for us twenty-four hours a day, most people
take the spinal disc for granted.
Its center contains a jelly-like substance that
is enclosed by a tough, fibrous cartilage," the
good Doctor continues. "This is in turn encas-
ed in the ligaments which hold the vertebrae
together. The discs cushion the vertebrae and
act as a shock absorber, keeping the vertebrae
from grinding together as we bounce, twist,
and bend through life. Equally important, the
discs help to form the nerve openings between
the vertebrae."
If these nerves should become pinched,
nerve impulses from the brain will be
Dr. Stanley Levine short-circuited.
"Proper functioning of these nerves is essential to every phase
of your life," warns Dr. Levine. "When they are pinched by mis-
alighed vertebrae or a slipped disc, any number of things can go
wrong. Antibodies cannot get through the blood to fight infection,
or your stomach may tell you to eat immediately after a meal."
If the back is weak,the spine cannot endure the heavy abuse
which it might otherwise withstand.
Office workers, truck drivers, and others who maintain a prolonged
sitting position are prone to disc injury because their back muscles
may become weak and flabby from disuse.
To strengthen the back muscles that hold the spine and discs
in place, proper exercise is a must.
"The Doctor of Chiropractic is well qualified to show you a series
of exercises designed to help keep your back in shape," concludes
Dr. Levine. "While his specialized knowledge in treating nerve, mus-
cle, and bone disorders is especially suited to slipped disc cases,
he would rather help you prevent the need for such treatment.

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