100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 16, 1996 - Image 47

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

ELECTROLYSIS

Specializing in
Body & Facial Hair
Removal for Men & Women

Publicity
Deadlines

The normal deadline for local news and
publicity items is noon Thursday, eight
days prior to issue date. The deadline
for birth announcements is 10 a.m.
Monday, four days prior to issue date:
out-of-town obituaries, 10 a.m. Tues-
day, three days prior to issue date.

Call for Free
Consultation

Victoria Palace R.E.

Electrologist

a/MY 47a / /Vt-

6755 W, Ade Ar)oa‘ Seute 109,
Wd81004di • 626-6668

4reed-ottovicf,a

ludrey Greenberg Bruell, lift

Board Certified Dermatologist

Announces the opening of her new practice
in West Bloomfield. Noll and Tro

Come in for a tour,
have lunch with us &
receive your complimentary
gift basket!

Staff Physician at Beaumont, Providence & Sinai
1983 Graduate of Northwestern University

Specializing in treatment of:
ACNE, ECZENR. HAIRLOSS. WARTS, MOLES,
PSORIASIS. NAIL DISEASES, AGING SKIN.
ALLERGIC RASHES. FUNGAL INFECTIONS...

MONTHLY

1.800-246-3622

-

(Discoverri2are Beauty c/It

LEVIN'S BEAUTY SUPPLY

Specializing in
Hard to find. fragrances
Professional Nail Supplies
Top-of-the-line Hair Products

West Bloomfield

• 851-7323

Orchard Lake Road
In The West
Bloomfield Plaza

Oah Park
•547-9669

24695 Coolidge At
I 0 Mile Road

INCLUDES:

RENT

• Meals served in our elegant
dining room
• Weekly housekeeping & linens
• Cable TV accessible
• 24 Hour emergency system
• Library, game and card rooms

• Full activities program
• Individually controlled heat & air
• Scheduled transportation
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Putting green, walking trails
• Beauty and barber salon

/be Mk
ATHERWOOD

RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

NO ENDOWMENTS

NO ENTRY FEES

r

NAME

ADDRESS

CITY

STATE

L PHONE (

ZIP

)

-I

MAIL TO: 22800 Civic Ctr. Dr. Southfield, MI 48034 Or call (810) 350-1777

OPEN 7 DAYS

t

Barry Bean, D.P.M.

Your First Step To Better Health"

Dr. Bean is proud to announce

his newest location tit Harvard Row.

Harvard Row Mall
21774 W.11 Mile Road
810-355-4888

Tower 14 - HAP Building
19350 W. 7 Mile Road
21700 Northwestern Hwy.
Between Southfield
Suite 180
& Evergreen
810-557-4300
313-534-4244
PATIENT TRANSPORTATION
AVAILABLE

• TREADMILLS Electric/Manual
• STAIR CLIMBERS
• HEALTH BIKES
Manual/Dual Action/Electric
• ROWING MACHINES
• MISC. GYM EQUIPMENT

(ALL ITEMS DISCOUNTED)

LARRY ARONOFF

ACTON RENTAL & SALES

(313) 891-6500 (810) 540-5550

• Bloom coo Bloom •

• Registered Electrologists •

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance.

Advertise in our new
Entertainment Section!

(810) 354-6060

THE JEWISH NEWS

Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield

559-1969 Appt. Only. As For Shirlee or Debby

F EBRU AR Y

Many people take megadoses
of vitamin C and other supple-
ments. Although there's no direct
evidence that vitamin C can pre-
vent colds, studies have shown
that large doses can lessen the
symptoms and shorten the course
of a cold. Other researchers are
advocating using specific foods
such as garlic, ginger, citrus fruits
and chili peppers to alleviate cold
symptoms. Some of these sub-
stances, called phytochemicals,
are being tested as possible treat-
ments for cold symptoms. In a re-
cent New York Times article, Dr.
Barbara Levine, coordinator of
clinical nutrition research at the
Sloan-Kettering MemorialCancer
Center, explains that there is
much research centered around
vitamins, minerals and phyto-
chemicals in foods that may pre-
vent and treat disease. Recently,
for example, both the Mayo Clin-
ic and Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter endorsed chicken soup, the
Jewish penicillin, as a way to
soothe cold symptoms and relieve
congestion. No one knows for
sure what ingredient does the
work, but tests show that it's
more effective than hot water.
When colds last longer than
a week or 10 days, or when there
are signs of a bacterial infection,
it's time to see a physician.
"It's important for people of all
ages to treat their colds careful-
ly so that they don't progress into
serious secondary complications
such as bacterial sinusitis or mid-
dle ear infections," explains Dr.
Alfred Kriendler, an internist in
Birmingham. "This has partic-
ular significance for those with
chronic diseases such as diabetes
and for the elderly, who are at
high risk. See your doctor if you
have a temperature above 101
degrees for a couple of days, if the
sputum from your nose turns
greenish or dark-yellow, and if
you have intense pain around
your eyes or in an ear. Don't take
chances."
Most people don't take colds
too seriously, even when they
have one. Doctors can do little to
help colds go away, and you
might want to think twice before
you automatically take some-
thing for your symptoms. The
best advice doesn't make head-
lines but it does make sense:
Drink lots of fluids, eat nutritious
meals and get some rest. Actual-
ly, sleeping won't cure your cold,
but if you're exhausted from the
symptoms, a good nap is in
order. ❑

T.-"My family learned
about the
Heatherwood
life-style...
and now I'm living it!"

X41

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan