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  A Lakemoor letter to the editor: What is wrong in Washington that they never learn? Why do they (John Kerry, especially) try to make people feel guilty about the horrible deaths of little children? Will killing other people bring them back? Economic...

More killing won't bring slain children back

Updated: 9/7/2013 10:05 PM

  A Grayslake letter to the editor: What would make this tricky decision easier is if we had confidence in our president and if he had a track record of success. Unfortunately, the reverse is true. President Obama's global strategy has been an...

Obama putting world peace at risk

Updated: 9/7/2013 10:05 PM

  An Arlington Heights letter to the editor: Any action by the U.S. would be interpreted by the Arabs as a Christian action, and it would lead to Christians being fair game to have the choice of converting to Islam, to leave or to be killed. In every...

U.S. intervention would put Christians at risk

Updated: 9/7/2013 10:05 PM

  A letter to the editor:

We can't afford to be world's police

Updated: 9/7/2013 10:05 PM

  An Arlington Heights letter to the editor: Don't! We attack. They counterattack. What do we do then? Seems like another war, doesn't it? Let the Mideast find its own solutions for a change.

Mideast nations must find their own solutions

Updated: 9/7/2013 10:05 PM

  When Wade Paxman is stressed, he clenches and grinds his teeth. The conventional treatment, mouth guards, protect his enamel but don't ease his jaw pain or crushing headaches. Recently, however, the 53-year-old found relief in a drug most commonly...

Some dentists using Botox to treat jaw tension

Updated: 9/6/2013 01:46 PM

  An experimental vaccine designed to tamp down the abnormal immune response that causes Type 1 diabetes helped preserve patients' insulin-producing cells in a study that may change the way the disease is treated. Researchers from Stanford University...

Novel vaccine fights Type 1 diabetes by stopping immune attack

Updated: 9/6/2013 01:08 PM

  High levels of blood sugar raise the risk of dementia, even if a person doesn't have diabetes, a condition known to be associated with the brain disease, a study found. The higher the level of blood sugar among patients, the greater the risk of...

High levels of blood sugar boost risk of dementia, study finds

Updated: 9/6/2013 11:35 AM

  Since the first test-tube baby was born more than three decades ago, in vitro fertilization has evolved into a highly sophisticated lab procedure. Now, scientists are going back to basics and testing a simpler and cheaper method. In the West, many...

Test-tube babies: A simpler, cheaper technique?

Updated: 9/6/2013 11:29 AM

  Memory problems that are often dismissed as a normal part of aging may not be so harmless after all. Noticing you have had a decline beyond the occasional misplaced car keys or forgotten name could be the very earliest sign of Alzheimer's, several...

Memory decline may be earliest sign of dementia

Updated: 9/6/2013 11:27 AM

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