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May 01, 1987 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-01

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U.S. Jews
Concerned
About Israel

New York (JTA) — The vast
majority of American Jews
are deeply concerned for the
State of Israel. Most, never-
theless, consider criticism of
the Israeli government ac-
ceptable and those most often
troubled by Israeli policies
are those most intensely at-
tached to the state, according
to an AJC study released last
week.
Prof. Steven Cohen said the
study, "Ties and 'Ibnsions:
The 1986 Survey of American
Jewish Attitudes Toward
Israel and Israelis," is based
on data collected last October
and November from 1,133
Americans of all branches of
Judaism.
Cohen is professor of
sociology at Queens College,
City University of New York.
The study was a follow-up to
his 1983 study, both for
AJC's Institute of American
Jewish-Israel Relations.
There was little change,
however, in the percentage of
American Jews who expres-
sed various forms of strong
attachment to Israel.
Thirty-three percent of the
respondents in the 1986
survey had been to Israel; 30
percent had a personal friend
in Israel; 26 percent cor-
responded with, telephoned
or dealt directly with an
Israeli in the last year; 34 per-
cent would like their children
to spend a year in Israel; and
27 percent identified them-
selves as Zionists.
According to Cohen, about
three-fifths or more of the
respondents can be seen as
"at least moderately attached
to the Jewish state." But
degree and nature of attach-
ment varied according to
religious denomination.

According to Cohen, Or-
thodox Jews outscored Con-
servative Jews by wide
margins in such measure-
ments of involvement with
Israel as travelling there,
knowing Israelis and expres-
sed concern for Israel's sur-
vival. Conservative Jews
outscored Reform Jews by
somewhat narrower margins
in those categories.
Moreover, Cohen noted, in
comparison with the 1983
survey, Orthodox Jews,
already strongly involved
with Israel, appear to have
become even more involved.
Conservative involvement
remained unchanged and
Reform Jews, who had gen-
erally been among the less in-
volved in 1983, became even
more involved.

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is that 8 out of every 10 people
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someday be
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pain!
The pro-
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back pain has
become a haz-
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families and
DR. STANLEY
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scores of industrial workers are
disabled annually by low back
pain.
According to Dr. Levine, the
high incidence of low back pain
is not surprising. "Most low
back pain is due to mechanical
defects of the spine and 75 per-
cent of all forward bending or
stooping motion occurs in the
low back," he explains.
"Structural or mechanical
defects of low back usually
develop slowly and without pain
over a period of many months.
However, a check of patients
born after the early 1940s shows

an increasing number of people
with spinal defects dating from
birth."
Dr. Levine warns that the first
signs of trouble might be no
more than an occasional "catch"
in the back, a slight change in
posture, or a vague weakness or
tight feeling in the hips or legs.

"As the defect progresses to
the crucial point, a slight
unguarded move or an unusual
exercise is sufficient to disable
the victim for days, or possibly
even permanently," he adds.
What is more depressing
about such cases, according to
the good Doctor, is the fact that
much of the pain and suffering
could be avoided by precau-
tionary checkups or effective
treatment at the first sign of the
problem.

"If you don't feel that precau-
tionary checkups are necessary,
consider the statistics in
reverse," he says. "The chances
are only 2 in 10 that you WON'T
encounter low back troubles
without care and treatment!'
I firmly believe that
Chiropractic offers you and your
family the spinal hygiene pro-
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