Daily Archives: March 25, 2016


Tasty tomatoes grow at Abby Lee Farms

Neal Brooks, the owner of Abby Lee Farms, wants to bring something back to the produce department of your neighborhood grocery store – taste. Mostly in the form of tomatoes that have such astonishing flavor, you won’t want to settle for anything less, ever. To appreciate these tomatoes for even more than just their taste,…


Grow your own Passover plate produce

Passover is fast approaching and the seder menu may be on your mind. Of six of the traditional foods found on the seder plate, four categories are vegetables or herbs, or come from plants. And you can actually harvest much of the Passover plate produce from your own garden. Or, if your “green thumb” isn’t…


New resource fair spotlights aging well

SelectCare Services and the Senior Task Force of the Jewish Community Roundtable present Tucson’s first Information Fair for Jewish Seniors, Families & Friends, on Sunday, April 3, from 1-5 pm at Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging, 2221 N Rosemont Blvd., Tucson. The fair brings together a variety of Jewish resources pertaining to health and…


Blood test for Alzheimer’s on the horizon

Courtesy of American Friends of Tel Aviv University Currently medical professionals have to conduct a long series of tests to assess a patient’s memory impairment and cognitive skills, functional abilities and behavioral changes to accurately diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. They also have to use costly brain imagining scans and even, sometimes, invasive cerebral spinal fluid tests…

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