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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-01-26

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» New President To Lead Federation

An interview with Douglas Bloom about community priorities and
challenges. See page 14.

» Healthy Eating Suggestions

A local expert gives some tips for keeping that New Year's eating and
exercise plan on target. See page 30.

» Artist Confronts Israel's Complexities

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Detroiter Lynne Avadenka participates in first-of-its-kind Jerusalem
arts program. See page 37.

Detroit Jewish Federation
President Douglas Bloom

>> cover story

Several local doctors tell why
you don't have to live with pain.

Ronelle Grier I Contributing Writer

anice Fialka was almost out of options when she turned to Dr. Howard
Schubiner for help. For more than five years, Fialka had suffered from
generalized aches, pains and frequent bouts of fatigue. After a misdi-
agnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, her symptoms were attributed to fibromyalgia,
a syndrome of unknown cause often accompanied by chronic body-wide pain,
joint and muscle tenderness, fatigue, headaches, depression and anxiety.
Fialka was familiar with the program described in Schubiner's book Unlearn
Your Pain, but she had reservations about trying such an unconventional
approach.
"I admit I had my skeptic hat on," Fialka said.
Her doubts began to dissipate during the initial consultation, where Schubiner
took a detailed medical and emotional history. Fialka said he immediately began
making connections that made sense, so she decided to proceed with the pro-
gram.

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Dr. Howard Schubiner advocates a unique treatment for some longtime sufferers.

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New Lease On Life

Bold couple have big plans for upgrades to the Maple Theatre.

Ronelle Grier I Contributing Writer

on and Lauren Goldstein, new leaseholders for the
Maple Art Theatre in Bloomfield Township, want to
assure local moviegoers they have no plans to close
the treasured Metro Detroit landmark. Instead, they plan to
make this traditional entertainment venue better than ever
with a $1 million-plus makeover that includes new seating,
expanded digital screens and a host of other upgrades.
Recent news that Landmark Theatres had lost its lease
spawned a flurry of rumors about the fate of the theater that

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