Prime Ribs: Making Tznius Chic; Why the Recent Decline in Teen Pregnancies?

Haredi stylist Miri Beilin blends tznius and high fashion to make modesty stylish.

Phoebe Potts, the Jewish author of the graphic novel “Good Eggs,” is out with a new comic about trying to have a baby and having a book instead.

Muslim women feel uniquely empowered in the United States, according to this New York Times article.

Ariela Ross, a 24-year-old Jerusalem resident, became the “mayor” of the Temple Mount on the social networking site Foursquare.

The Food and Drug Administration revoked approval for popular breast cancer treatment Avastin. Find out why some think this is a bad idea. And why others believe it is a good one.

Is the recession to thank for the recent decline in the number of teen pregnancies? Don’t count on it.

Wendy Shanker, who has written extensively about health and body image, is out with a new book, “Are You My Guru? How Medicine, Meditation and Madonna Saved My Life.” She spoke this week with The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles.

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