About Judy Siegel-Itzkovich

Health and Science Senior Reporter, Breaking Israel NewsBorn in New York and wanting to be a journalist since the age of 12, Judy received a bachelor’s degree at Brooklyn College and a master’s degree in political science at Columbia University and came on aliya to Israel at the age of 22.Within a month, she started working as a reporter at The Jerusalem Post, where she wrote on many topics, but then specialized in health and science, which she covered for 34 years. She wrote a total of 31,000 new stories, features and columns for the paper, more articles by far than any other journalist in the world.She has received many awards, including an honorary doctorate from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in 2015. Judy happily joined Breaking Israel News in August, 2018.
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I am a 35-year-old woman who is busy at work and with my family all day and through the early evening. I want to exercise on my stationary bicycle and elliptical machine at home, but I have time only around 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. A doctor friend of mine told me that exercising so late could make it difficult for me to go to sleep. Are there any health problems posed by exercising at night?

Food is a major part in most religions. Seventh-Day Adventists usually avoid eating meat and highly spiced food. Traditional Anglican, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist and Orthodox Christians have traditionally observed a meat-free day, especially during the solemn season of Lent. Some Christian denominations allow moderate drinking of alcohol, while others, like Seventh-Day Adventists, Baptists, Methodists and Pentecostals either avoid or strictly prohibit the consumption of alcohol.

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