“Even with the masks on, you could see them smiling.”
A nurse who ranted about ultra-Orthodox women in a Facebook post is coming under fire this week.
An Arab nurse at an Israeli hospital suspended from his job for a Facebook post that calls the Israeli military “war criminals” was reinstated.
Resisting calls to ban the non-medical circumcision of boys, the governments of Norway and Denmark have taken steps to preserve the practice’s legal status.
Norway’s union of nurses urged the government to ban non-medical circumcision of boys under 15.
The family of Aliza Sherman, the Cleveland nurse murdered in March, has doubled the reward to identify her murderer to $50,000.
More than 200 people participated in a community walk in suburban Cleveland to bring attention to the unsolved murder of Aliza Sherman, a Jewish mother of four.
Aliza Sherman, a nurse and mother of four, was stabbed to death in Cleveland. More than a month later, police say they have no suspects — and the community wants answers.
Jews are no strangers to dietary restrictions. The laws of kashrut govern what we can and cannot eat (pork, shellfish, mixing milk and meat). When food allergies are introduced into an already restricted diet, the task can seem insurmountable.
Jewish women flocked to social work, civic reform, moral uplift, and education. So why did so few of them enter the nursing profession, Jenna Weissman Joselit asks.