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December 16, 1988 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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KIDS LOVE -TO SKI
GET THEM sk •.'

BLOOMFIELD APOTHECARY

ling

PHARMACIST'S
CAPSULE

. . . Learn to Ski

Cholesterol Overview

Winter Walden

WHAT IS
CHOLESTEROL?

STARTED

Ski Club for Children

• Charter buses

"we continue to receive 500
to 700 books a week."
Lansky said that he ex-
pected this figure "will
diminish significantly within
the next several years."

Saturday & Sunday
to nearby slopes
• Classes for all skill levels
beginner to expert
• Special Program for the
younger skier (ages 7-8)
• Professional instruction
•• Small Classes
• Adult Classes too!

Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Israeli Profs
Win Prize

Jerusalem — Prof. Shmuel
Eisenstadt and Prof. Michael
Evenari of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem are
the first two Israelis to be
awarded the Balzan Prize.
The two Hebrew University
professors are among four per-
sons selected as the 1988
winners.
The prize, which carries a
cash award of 300,000 Swiss
francs (approximately
$190,000), is awarded annual-
ly by the International
Balzan Foundation in the
fields of humanities, social
and natural sciences, creative
arts and medicine.
The prize was given to Prof.
Eisenstadt, who is professor
of sociology at the Hebrew
University, "for his contribu-
tions to the integration of
sociological theory and
history and empirical
research and for expanding
the knowledge and under-
standing of ancient and
modern societies in Africa,
Asia, Europe and the
Americas."
Prof. Evenari, professor
emeritus of botany at the
Hebrew University, was
awarded the prize along with
Prof. Otto Ludwig Lange of
West Germany "for unique
contributions to ecological
research, for increasing plant
productivity in arid zones and
for research on flora in desert
climes."

Freak Accident
Kills Schoolgirl

Jerusalem (JTA) — A
16-year-old girl was killed in
a freak accident in a
Jerusalem schoolyard this
week.
Osnat Azran, an llth-
grader from Ashkelon atten-
ding the Havat Hanoar boar-
ding school, was crushed to
death by a falling tree. She
was buried in Ashkelon.
The 31-year-old school
gardener, who was sawing the
tree, has been arrested on
suspicion of criminal
negligence.
The police and the Educa-
tion Ministry have begun in-
vestigations of their own.

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The liver can manufacture all the cholesterol the body
needs. Cholesterol is also found in eggs, fatty meats, but-
ter, and whole milk. Levels of cholesterol in the blood at
any one time are determined by both diet and by body
chemistry.

High blood cholesterol is linked with hardening of the
arteries. Fat and cholesterol can build up on the artery
walls, eventually restricting blood flow. Ultimately this pro-
cess can cut off blood supply to various areas of the body
such as the heart and brain leading to a heart attack or
stroke, respectively. Studies have shown that heart disease
deaths are increased when levels are above 180. Treat-
ment is usually recommended when levels are greater
than 200.

There are non-prescription, as well as, prescription medica-
tions available to lower cholesterol by various means. And
yet, the cornerstone of treatment and control is the cut-
ting down on red meats, organ meats (liver and kidney),
egg yolks, ice cream, butter and whole milk. The way the
foods are prepared is also of importance. Focus on foods
that are broiled, poached, steamed or stir-fried in
vegetable oil. Stay away from food items with palm or
coconut oils. Also, remember before starting any non-
prescription method of cholesterol reduction you should
contact your physician or pharmacist.

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Cholesterol is a fatty, wax-like substance that is used by
the body to build cells, make hormones, and aid in diges-
tion. In moderate amounts, cholesterol is essential for
good health.

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Previous sales & layaways excluded

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Exp. 12/31/88)

••

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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