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It’s a sign of our times — Americans are getting fatter. The Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation this month released […]
When Rebecca Galles of Hinkley was pregnant with her first daughter, she asked her friends and neighbors for suggestions for an area pediatrician. “Everyone told […]
For most of 21-year-old Josie Nordman’s life, the simple act of breathing has been a struggle. Born with cystic fibrosis, the Homewood resident was accustomed […]
If you’re anything like me, every time you hear the word “Ebola” a little heebie-jeebies juice courses through your veins. There’s a decidedly Stephen King-ish […]
Sue Gin, who vastly improved the quality of airline food with her company Flying Food Group, died Friday morning. She had suffered a stroke Tuesday. […]
One afternoon two weeks ago, I did my best to calm a friend who’d become fearful that her son would contract Ebola in Syria. The […]
Even before Thomas Eric Duncan, who was being treated in Dallas for Ebola, died on Wednesday and a nurse who was treating him contracted this […]