Was this a joke, too?
that high chicken-soup consumption leads to a person being ready to die by age 60 or at most 67. Three famous colleagues of Dr Osler disagreed. Dr Abigail Hadassah, a generation later in the early 20th century, further developed Professor Osler’s lead, but the medical profession concluded “What do women know?” — and discarded her life’s research!
Your Purim spiel on page 18 concerning the relaxing of kashrut fees for some semachot was almost believable had you said it applied to all celebrations rather than those for 174 guests. Dr Ruth Mayo and Yonat Zwebner, is that this could be because of a process of self-fulfilling prophecy, as we become what other people expect us to become. But it is our parents, not us, who choose our names
Could it be that their choice reflects their own attitudes and expectations, which in the long run also contribute to turning the child into the sort of person they hoped he or she would be when they chose the name?